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4309DPM: Bonsai Forest Cargo Track Pants

Subdued Night
Regular price £325.00
Regular price £325.00 Sale price £325.00

Garment-dyed black track pants, with an all over DPM: Bonsai Forest, fitted with secure cargo pockets, drawcord waist for adjustment and knee darts for an articulated fit.

  • Organic Cotton Sateen
  • DPM: Pointillist Bonsai Forest
  • Drawcord waist
  • Secure zip pocket
  • Internal phone pocket
  • Stowable cargo straps
  • Snocord® cuffs
  • Secure flap pockets
  • Wash at or below 30°c. No bleach. Cool iron. Do not dry clean. Do not tumble dry.

Maharishi's house pattern 'Bonsai Forest' incorporates symbols of peace and nature such as bonsai trees growing from heavenly clouds, as well as the dragon, representing man's spiritual journey and quest for the pearl of wisdom.

100% Cotton

1960’s era U.S. Army cotton sateen twill, reproduced in an organic yarn, exclusively for Maharishi. Used to reproduce the uniforms worn by the U.S. Navy Riverine and helicopter support units, as well as for Eastern utility wear of the Civilian Regular Defence Group.

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Maharishi's use of camouflage aims to detach the disruptive patterns from their military associations, reclaiming the symbolic value away from war and promoting the true roots in nature and the development by artists. Key prints include the return of DPM: Bonsai Forest, depicting trees growing from heavenly clouds and a water pattern, seen in a Pointillist iteration. An art movement which developed in 1886 which saw artists apply a series of dots and strokes to surfaces which blend together in order to be interpreted from afar.

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