They say you should never meet your heroes, but they never said anything about heading over to their house and taking a full-blown tour. Which is why The Coveteur took a trip over to the crib of designer Mark McNairy.

What they discovered inside the home of the former J.Press creative director and founder of his own label, Mark McNairy New Amsterdam, was a secret collection of rare Converse All Stars, guitar-playing ornaments, cowboy leather jackets, and a glistening swimming pool.

McNairy was there, too, of course. The Coveteur guys note that he lived up to their expectations of being an interesting and rather eccentric character, but also that he's a man of few words.

Here’s the thing, McNairy is the strong, silent type— it’s fitting the one piece of advice he passed on to us is that “silence is golden” (he practices what he preaches)—but when he does mutter a few words, well, they’re riddled with dry very-McNairy I-don’t-give-a-fuck humor.

Take a peek at McNairy's house above, and you can see the full photo collection over at The Coveteur.

Afterwards, check out this apartment inside the Eiffel Tower.

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