maharishi have been utilising reflective 3M technology since the late 1990’s – in addition to the well known use of reflective material made of micro glass beads, maharishi also create inks for hand screen printing, and thread for embroidery and construction. This season’s iteration of the MA65 Fishtail Parka has… Read more.
In SS17 maharishi goes on a Tour of Africa, following American and Chinese military presence in the region. The U.S. and China pay inexorable amounts of money in annual rent for military bases to operate under the guise of supporting stability and infrastructure in the region, but trade interests… Read more.
Ahead of the upcoming season maharishi release a pre spring summer capsule. Classic maharishi MA1 inspired styles have been constructed using lightweight flight nylon, and are offered in an array of colours, including a hi-vis orange, Tibetan red, and plum. The classic flight jacket features a tonal MA pocket with… Read more.
maharishi look to the Western Scottish Isles to produce a luxurious Harris Tweed capsule. Featured are a number of coach jackets, including the maharishi store exclusive panel coach jacket and a panel b-hat – both handwoven in Scotland from 100% pure new wool. The jackets feature an elongated silhouette along with an… Read more.
Each year maharishi celebrates the Chinese Lunar Calendar with a limited-edition release. Following last year’s honouring of the Monkey, 2017 welcomes the Rooster – a creature symbolising courage, confidence, and hard-work. This year is celebrated with an embroidered stadium jacket. The Year of the Rooster Stadium Jacket is constructed from… Read more.
As part of their Women’s Autumn Winter 2016 collection, flower fascists maharishi offer a psychedelic take on a Japanese Sukujan souvenir jacket with the Rozu Kimono. Constructed in a viscose-silk blend, the kimono is padded with jah-quilting – mimicking widely popular vintage U.S. Army quilted liners. Hand-worked embroideries are heavily… Read more.
Part of maharishi’s upcycling program, the parka sources vintage army surplus liners from Belgium, Germany and the USA – forming the Tri-Border nomenclature. Liners produced by militaries in the 1970s and 80s are amongst the most unwearable of military surplus available. It is with great pride that maharishi transform overstock… Read more.
Resembling military tactical equipment and composed of 100% knitted wool, the vest keeps in line with maharishi’s pacifist approach to military design. Pockets normally reserved for kevlar plates to protect from knives, bullets, and shrapnel are replaced with heritage Harris Tweed accents. Available in rust, black and maha olive, the… Read more.
maharishi’s MILTYPE capsule consists of a number of sweats and t-shirts constructed in organic cotton, staying true to maharishi’s environmentally-friendly ethos. These are offered in classic colourways maha olive, black, and white, in addition to AW16 seasonal colours Lama, Rust, and Pink Panther. Most notable is Pink Panther, which draws… Read more.
maharishi have teamed up with Italian mill Majocchi to develop a luxurious, modern reinterpretation of the classic flight nylon fabric historically used on U.S. Army MA1 flight jackets. Illustrated via microscopic imaging, the cloth features an extremely compact double fibre twill weave – differing from the original satin construction. It… Read more.
maharishi is releasing a collaboration with New York graffiti artist Part One, celebrating the 40th anniversary of Harlem crew ‘TDS’ (The Death Squad) – one of the most significant and influential groups in graffiti culture. Beginning to paint subway trains in the early 1970’s, Part One is considered a veteran… Read more.
maharishi returns for the Autumn Winter 2016 season with a new stretched camouflage pattern concept. The core colour of maharishi’s AW16 collection is entitled Lama, which draws inspiration from Tibetan Buddhist monks’ habits and reinforces the brand’s pacifist approach to military design. Other key colours include a nature-inspired autumnal rust, along with… Read more.
Part I of the collection took inspiration from clothing worn by devotees within religious orders around the world. Part II explores beyond – citing subcultures that share devotional and ritualistic observances, a uniform, a moral code, and set of beliefs between members. Take for example a military platoon, gang, crew,… Read more.
SS16 sees the return of DPM: British Bonsai, a disruptive pattern that combines the elements of the long standing (until recently) UK military pattern with elements of maharishi’s house pattern Bonsai Forest, which incorporates Bonsai tree shapes growing from heavenly clouds, reminding us that camouflage has its roots in nature. The Woodland… Read more.
DESERT: Storm is the latest editorial in an ongoing series that pairs maharishi clothing against nature’s elements. The last editorial – CLIMATE: Monsoon – featured breathable and waterproof technical fabrics. This instalment sees maharishi’s SS16 collection brave the harsh desert climate. Reminiscent of zero visibility conditions you might find in… Read more.
maharishi unveils its “Year of the Cowboy” capsule collection, which draws inspiration from Travis’ studio album Rodeo and his Texas roots. Reminiscent of maharishi’s “Year of the Monkey” design that dropped back in February, the retail version is available in both black and olive colorways with a custom “Year of the Cowboy” motif that sees La Flame himself taming a bucking bronco…. Read more.
Following on from part 1 of maharishi’s Spring/Summer 2016 video lookbook, we present the second installment to the visual exploration of the pacifist streetwear brand’s theme of “Post-Geographic Devotional Uniform & Habits.” However, whereas the outfits seen in part one were heavily inspired by the religious garb of Roman Catholic priests,… Read more.
As communication technology collapses the distance between populations, a post-geographic culture emerges in which divisions are eroded and diversity is fully embraced. Symbolised by the super-continent Pangaea, in which all the countries of the Earth are one unified land mass, the collection takes inspiration from the clothing worn by devotees… Read more.
Post-Geographic Social Uniform & Habits: Part I. As communication technology collapses the distance between populations, a post-geographic culture emerges in which divisions are eroded and diversity is fully embraced. This collection draws on the social nuances of this post-geographic culture – inspired by the cross pollination of global fashion and… Read more.
This Chinese New Year honours the Monkey – a creature that symbolises intelligence, creativity, adventure, and quick wit. The year is celebrated by maharishi with an Embroidered Tour Jacket. In traditional Chinese mythology the Monkey God can be seen in many traditional settings as a talisman of protection – or… Read more.