Maharishi Modifies Military Wear for Second FW21 Drop

Featuring patchwork patterns, tiger prints and more.

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London’s maharishi has returned with the second installment of its Fall/Winter 2021 collection, once again incorporating military influences into the collection. As well as the military inspiration, a number of items also continue maharishi’s Eastern influences, with nods to traditional monk coats and Tibetan jackets.

Elsewhere, the collection includes a patchwork Boro disruptive pattern material and a Monster Tiger print, both of which appear across military silhouettes such as modified deck jackets and parkas. Other pieces feature technical fabrics including a water-resistant Japanese recycled nylon and a synthetic insulation for colder temperatures.

Take a look through the second drop from maharishi’s FW21 collection in the gallery above. All of the pieces are available now from the maharishi web store.

In other fashion news, Vault by Vans has partnered with Nigel Cabourn for another military-inspired collection of apparel and accessories.

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