When quilted jacket liners being worn as standalone outerwear arose from the world of military centered fashion, it was like the F-86 Sabre and MiG-15 ushering in the jet fighter age in the 1950s. Maharishi applying their renowned upcylcing reconstruction techniques is more like the late 80s introduction of supersonic heavy bombers B-1B Lancer and Tu-160 Blackjack; it was previously unimaginable, right up until it wasn't.
Referencing the Hokusai artwork ‘Phantom of Kohada Koheiji’, the inverted skull filled with psychoactive plants (Morning Glory, Belladonna, Cytisus Canariensis and Hyoscyamus Niger) draws inspiration from Tibetan buddhists use of a human skull from their revered ancestors to prepare sacred herbal medicines and elixirs.
Organic cotton is a maharishi staple. Essential to every season, the fabric is FairTrade, environmentally friendly, regenerative and has a lighter carbon footprint than non-organic cotton.
If a size is not listed, it is sold out.
Model is 5'10", 155 pounds and wears a size Medium.