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4247Samurai vs. Dragon Embroidered Sweatpants

Olive OG-107F/Tonal
Regular price £425.00
Regular price £425.00 Sale price £425.00

Heavyweight olive sweatpants cut in a straight fit, constructed from soft organic cotton sweat. Drawcord waist and Snocord® hems for adjustability as well as a preformed leg for an articulated fit. Artwork by Utagawa Yoshitsuya is featured through a hand-machined embroidery on the back leg.

Pairs with 4242 Samurai vs Dragon Embroidered Crew Sweat

  • Artist: Utagawa Yoshitsuya
  • Hand-machined tonal Thai Dragon embroidery
  • Drawcord waist
  • Snocord® hems
  • Secure back flap pocket
  • Wash at or below 30°c. No bleach. Cool iron. Do not dry clean. Do not tumble dry.

Organic Cotton Sweat 450gsm · 100% Cotton

The perennial use of organic cotton aims to raise awareness and contribute to the reduced use of pesticides in the production of clothing materials. Every Maharishi collection utilises sweat and jersey grown without toxic pesticides or synthetic fertilisers.

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Guest Artist: Yoshitsuya

Early circles of Ukiyo-e artists had to be covert with their practice, as their skilled hand-painted works and woodblock prints were seen to depict enjoyable activities in social settings.

Yoshitsuya entered the studio of Utagawa Kuniyoshi, and was considered to be one the Ukiyo-e masters most important studios. Yoshitsuya's work was known for his great prints of warriors and depiction of legendary animals. Whilst many Ukiyo-e artists worked in a small scale creating woodblock prints Yoshitsuya would work large, often creating triptychs which held great depth and detail.
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