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14/01/2022

Maharishi x Andy Warhol DPM Cushion

Maharishi and The Andy Warhol Foundation continue their ongoing series of collaborative works this season utilising a camo series that the artist produced in 1986. Alongside apparel, we’re particularly impressed by the DPM Cushions … something wholly unique and sure to be coveted when we come back to this colab retrospectively.  Find them online now with the rest of the Warhol x Maharishi collaboration.   

25/10/2021

Maharishi x Fracap Jungle Boot // Coming Soon

Maharishi re-enlist Fracap for a second collaboration — this time developing a Jungle Boot silhouette exclusively for Maharishi, based on the footwear of the U.S. Army during the Vietnam War. The pair’s first outing sold out super quickly so stay tuned and don’t hang around when these release November 5th. For now though, here’s some teaser images to pore over.

21/10/2020

Maharishi X Fracap M120 23.10.20

Maharishi takes on Fracap to launch a fresh rework and bespoke iteration of the classic M120 hiking boot. Designed and constructed in Italy, each boot has been hand-crafted with Italian leather that has been coloured using an eco-conscious vegetable tanning process. The boots are lined with Maha olive dyed suede and feature a Vibram Morflex outsole for extra durability and comfort.  Fracap have continuously thrived with their superior craftmanship since 1948. They seize to produce durable footwear for mountaineering and hiking. Including designing military collections for the Italian Army and... Read More

23/04/2020

Maharishi Spring ’20 Lookbook

Maharishi takes a trip to Miami for the latest lookbook feature. Styles explore lightweight and breathable fabrics for summer – including a silk-like vegetable dyed Japanese cupro, a water-repellant cotton blend, and seasonal staples like hemp and organic cotton sweat & jersey. New for SS20 is an ikat cotton – a custom weave designed to mimic Strichtarn rain camouflage. The pattern is formed of resist-dyed / tie-dyed cotton yarns, which are then handloom woven together to form the finished textile. DPM: Neo Rain continues to draw from East German rain... Read More