Maharishi reveals its latest editorial showcasing technical styles which accompany its seasonal interpretation of workwear and original silhouettes. Shot in London against a stark industrial landscape the design ideology of duality is explored by the way of production through MIL-SPEC fabrics and pacifist silhouettes.


Cordura® NYCO® and Alpex®’s waterproof fleece are two examples of fabrication used for the uniforms of Japanese and French militaries, as these fabrics serve as juxtaposition for pacifist silhouettes with eastern asymmetric tie closures and openings. The study of Japanese firefighters from the Edo period to present day inspires surface design celebrating Hanko style prints, Pax Cultura symbols and artworks taken from Ukiyo-e print masters such as Kuniyoshi and Kuniteru. Firefighters from this period wore reversible coats (hikeshi-banten), adorned with folklore heroes and mythological beasts on the interior that worked alongside and protected the firefighters in battling blazes.


Drawing parallels between the uniforms of harnessed construction workers, key pieces are showcased with Hi-Vis panelling and patch work of reclaimed surplus fabrics. A combination of technical properties on shirting, cargos and smocks allow for multiple pocket arrangements and enhanced durability.


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Director: Albert Sala
Director of Photography: Juanjo L. Salazar
First Assistant Camera: Tania Garcia
Lighting Assistant: Clàudia Padrosa
Photographer: Armand Da Silva
Cast: Mikael Barton-Williams
Stylist Assistant: Rajan Panesar
Editor: Simón García-Miñaúr
Colourist: Martí Somoza
Sound Design: Kristian Jabs