maharishi Readies Understated Graphic T-Shirts for Spring/Summer 2018

Embroidery inspired by traditional Japanese art.

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As maharishi rolls out its militaristic Spring/Summer 2018 range, the British brand is also prepping an assortment of complementary graphic shirts. Similar to the full lineup, the tees take influence from Japan, offering a new take on classic art.

The assortment of clean crewnecks encompass a variety of versatile colors, like white, black and desaturated green, with bold reds and blues granting striking contrast to the rest of the offering. This aids in placing the focus on the Eastern imagery: Japanese folklore character Kintaro appears in an Ukiyo-e-style print, while a shunga illustration appears elsewhere. Not exclusive to tees, the drop also offers a small variety of long-sleeved pullovers and hoodies, bearing illustrations, or “Miltype,” and Japanese characters.

Grab your favorites from the drop when they hit maharishi’s web store on March 17.

Elsewhere in the world of street fashion, KITH introduces its latest lookbook, centering around upcoming military goods.

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