Pusha T closed the Mark McNairy Spring / Summer 2014 show as the last model to walk down the runway. The stylish emcee sported the latest gear from the designer who is simply known to his fans as McNasty. While it won't be in stores for another nine months or so, Pusha was rocking a "Hey Hey My My, Camouflage Will Never Die" t-shirt and camo cargo pants for a crowd that included Camron and Miss Info. The look was topped off with a snapback that read, "BE NASTY." Nick Wooster also strutted down the runway rocking zebra print shorts a blue blazer wiht "Twin Pipes" emblazoned on the back.

The soft-spoken but quick-to-say-fuck-you-to-your-face McNairy has made serious inroads into hip-hop since his eponymous Mark McNairy New Amsterdam label began producing full apparel collections a few years back. Danny Brown modeled in McNairy's Spring / Summer 2013 lookbook, and also was the surprise guest model at McNairy's debut NYFW show that season. And lately, the designer has been working with Pharrell to bring the always dope BBC Bee Line to the world. In fact, we hear that Pharrell was the dude who made this partnership happen between Pusha and McNasty.