Maharishi is back with another collection of military-inspired premium pieces, including the return of the OG Snopants that helped Hardy Blechman’s Eastern and Western fusion streetwear brand become one of the most popular labels in ‘90s streetwear. The baggy silhouette with a utility-style Snocord® system allows for a customisable fit, with unique articulated knees for a wide range of movement. The versatile nature of these trousers opens them up to a ton of different trainer styles, making them an ideal wardrobe staple.
There’s also an exclusive collaboration with the legendary ‘00s graffiti collective IRAK, who came up in New York with a shared love of all things art, graffiti and racking (the act of shoplifting expensive streetwear and accessories) where they took their namesake from. IRAK’s members have included founder Kunle Martins (AKA EARSNOT IRAK), Fucking Awesome’s founder and skate-enigma Jason Dill, Dash Snow and many more. IRAK re-launched a range of merchandise in 2019, and has since collaborated with Adidas Originals, now turning their sights to Maharishi.
The collection includes two pockets t-shirts, with repurposed vintage military patches accompanied by a multicolour throw-up graphic on the back. There’s also a cotton 6-panel, with the same embroidered patch to the front and a stitched graffiti graphic to the back; finished with a flat peak and an adjustable rear strap for the perfect fit.
The Maharishi summer collection also includes a range of accessories, with a three-pack of sports socks showcasing a peace symbol on the top, two colour variations of durable nylon tobacco pouches with embroidered logos and multiple pockets, a lightweight nylon ripstop sling bag with three front-facing pockets and a large main pocket and, finally, an oversized satchel with a large main pocket and two large external pockets with more than enough space for all your daily essentials.
There’s plenty to choose from when it comes to Maharishi. Explore the full range, available now on Wellgosh.