Maharishi’s FW22 Collection Wants to Keep Things "Technical"
Coming with a black Kimono Shirt that’s cut from faded organic cotton.
Riding hot on the heels of its recently-released pedal bike in collaboration with bicycle experts Dosnoventa, London-based imprint maharishi has now presented a new collection for FW22 and it explores technicality and military-inspired designs ahead of the U.K.’s rainy season. Hardy Blechman’s label is no stranger to military garments, with two of the brand’s recent collections taking inspiration from an American-designed fighter jet and early experimental U.S. Air Force flight uniforms. With this being said, this latest capsule from maharishi explores the functionality of pockets and the importance of them when navigating the great outdoors.
By using high-quality woven fabric that was first developed in Manchester, U.K., collection highlights include a selection of aviator headwear and cargo scarves that take inspiration from flight uniforms that were seen on fighter jet pilots during the 1950s. Another stand-out from maharishi comes in the form of the black Kimono Shirt that’s cut from faded organic cotton — a fabric that was often used during the ’60s for U.S. army uniforms. A selection of T-shirts, hats, waterproof jackets, and trousers — all of which are crafted with recycled nylons and vegetable dyes — round off the collection.
You can have a closer look at the latest FW22 collection from maharishi above and it is available now on the brand’s official website.
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