Key Pieces: Wireframe landscapes are showcased in T-shirt graphics, embroideries, and stitching details, with artwork highlighting mythical beasts breaking out of these constraints. The brand has also reinterpreted military jackets to include the USAF B-15 flight jacket, Naval A-2 deck jacket, and the Soviet Fufaika, or "Telogreika" jacket. Relaxed silhouettes then feature dropped shoulders and oversized fits.
Editor’s Notes: maharishi this week debuts its official FW18 lookbook. Titled "Internationale Redactioniste," the collection explores privacy concerns, government surveillance, and information within the digital age.
The label thus makes use of redacted text and graphics to represent not only the information that is taken from us, but also the details that are withheld from us. Mythical beasts featured throughout the collection are illustrated with serpents or dragon-headed snakes for tails, pulling inspiration from the Greek Chimera, which is a hybrid creature.
Organic cottons and hemp are augmented with a lightweight sand-washed silk twill, reinforced Japanese ripstop nylon, and melton wool. A three-ply Italian nylon fleece is then showcased on bomber jackets, liners, kimonos, and accessories.
After getting a look at maharishi's FW18 assortment via the gallery above, head on over to the brand's web store to shop their latest releases.
In other style news, Martin Asbjørn’s first FW18 drop is available now.