For parents and children that prefer something a bit special Maharishi Boys Children's clothes are a great option. Translated from its original Sanskrit meaning, Maharishi means "Great Seer", which not only references the ancient Rishi and their spiritual hymns but also the company's spiritual vision; Maharishi reference Gandhi stating, 'you must be the change you want to see in the world.'
And they certainly do this. Instilling key environmental changes in their design and production Maharishi clothing emphasises a respect for nature. Developed as a brand in 1994 by Hardy Blechman and launched with a fashion collection that used hemp and natural fibres this company demonstrates both imagination and skill.
Recycling of military and workwear surplus was also a key approach and highlighted just how far ahead of its time the company really was. Today Maharishi and the Maharishi Kids range still emphasise ethical production and technological developments.
Reflecting the current season of themes and the overall company philosophy the Maharishi Kids collection offers fashionable and trendy styles, including combat trousers, tops and outerwear with bold fun prints, graphics and a high standard of detail. Past clothing collections have recently included embroidery designed by graffiti artists, Futura 2000, Kaws, RoStarr and Sharp.
Equal attention to detail is given to Maharishi Baby Clothes, which also favour a utilitarian style with globally sourced fabrics and styles adapted for high end fashion.
Available on-line as well as at their flagship store, which opened in 2001 in Covent Garden, Maharishi childrens clothes are easy to view and buy; simply look out for Maharishi's main 'M' logo and trademark and enjoy browsing their new and exciting fashion range.