Mark McNairy Parodies Pyrex Vision at His NYFW Runway Show

Mark McNairy Parodies Pyrex Vision at His NYFW Runway Show

Never one to back down from a good parody opportunity, Mark McNairy used his second NYFW runway show as a chance to poke fun at Pyrex Vision, the brand that recently caused a mini-storm online with their $550 flannel shirts that were made by Rugby and had "PYREX 23" screenprinted onto the back. If you were wondering if Virgil Abloh's brand was the only choice when it came to plaid shirts with common household kitchen brands on them, you now have options. 

The designer known as McNasty plastered "TUPPERWARE" onto the back of a flannel shirt and had a model strut the shirt down the runway today. Even though McNairy is a designer who's been churning out serious collections of late, he's doing it all with a smile on his face (and middle finger to the air). "Most people in this business take themselves too seriously," he told us. "I’m just having fun doing what I like to do."

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