The New Maharishi Clothing Collection Draws from Tibet's Buddhist Lifestyle

By: Riley von Niessen - Oct 10, 2016
References: maharishistore & hypebeast
maharishi clothing, a label that's based in London, England, expanded on its offerings with a selection that considers the lifestyle of the Buddhist monks in Tibet.

In order to do this, it supplies loose-fitting garments with a camouflage print that's made to symbolize the pacifist lifestyle that they take on. Therefore, instead of using the traditional military-inspired print, maharishi clothing imbues the fabric with imagery of bonsai trees and clouds.

In addition to this, it swaps out the different hues of green for red and black, which is finished off with textured dragon designs on some of the jackets. Looking to ensure more variety, maharishi clothing makes each of the pieces in the small collection reversible.