London based streetwear collective Maharishi is showing no signs of slowing down any time soon as they launch their Technical Riverine collection.
Drawing inspiration from the 1960's US Navy Riverine Unit's apparel, this collection of clothing pays homage to the military garments of old and brings them back to life with a contemporary twist. For the unfamiliar, Maharishi are no strangers to using past military garments for inspiration with previous collections being spurred on by DPM (Disruptive Pattern Material) camouflage and Miltype (Military typography).
This capsule is formed of a selection of smocks, military shirts, shorts and trousers which highlight key features found on the 1960s pieces including adjustable mesh gaiters, inner webbing and adaptable tunnelling. Recycled and tough-wearing water-resistant ripstop is found throughout the collection alongside splashes of nylon and cotton to form an array of uniformed silhouettes.
The colour palette consists of your typical military greens and olives accompanied by dashes of black, white and brown. To finish off the collection, select garments have been given an Eastern-inspired twist which includes the infusion of a U.S. Army ECWS Parka and a traditional Japanese Kimono.
Maharishi's 1960s Military Collection is now available on the brand's web store so don't wait around and bring some tactical style back into your fits. In other news, the Goodhood x adidas Originals Campus 80 is flaming hot.