Prakash Gokalchand

Prakash Gokalchand is a 77-year-old spiritualist and chess enthusiast that EVERYBODY.WORLD met in MacArthur Park. Every day, he sits near the lake playing his preferred centuries-old mind sport with classic, unassuming style.

With more than 55 years experience in exploring the depths of spirituality, Prakash believes that all the birds and trees and people and stars are all the same—and we need to find harmony. "All is one," he says. 

For EVERYBODY.WORLD, he first designed his preferred Button-Up Shirt and Sweatpants, both of which he had very specific ideas about. That meant sleeves that were able to roll easily and a front pocket at least four fingers wide, and for the Sweatpants they needed to be Grey with deep pockets. His latest design is a Half-Zip Pullover, featuring a collar design that can be worn zipped up or down. Each item is unisex, practical and unfussy.

Like all EVERYBODY.WORLD contributors, Prakash receives 10% of the sales of his designs.

Prakash Gokalchand
Prakash's Natural Dye Half-Zip Pullover
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Prakash's Natural Dye Half-Zip Pullover

EVERYBODYWORLD

$110.00

  • Caribbean Purple
Prakash's Half-Zip Pullover

EVERYBODYWORLD

$94.00

  • Mystery Green
Prakash's Perfect Sweatpants

EVERYBODYWORLD

$84.00

  • Prakash Grey
Prakash's Perfect Button-Up Shirt

EVERYBODYWORLD

$110.00

  • Checkered White
  • Tarp Blue
  • Regal Red
  • Multi-Color Stripes
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EVERYBODY.WORLD by PRAKASH GOKALCHAND

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INTRODUCING, PRAKASH

Prakash is a spiritualist and chess enthusiast who we met a few years back in MacArthur Park. Everyday, he sits in the park playing that centuries-old mind sport with classic, unassuming style.
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EARLY FILM PORTRAITS OF PRAKASH

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ALL IS ONE

With more than 55 years experience in exploring the depths of spirituality, Prakash believes that all the birds and trees and people and stars are all the same—and we need to find harmony.
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Prakash designed his preferred Button-Up Shirt and Sweatpants, both of which he had very specific ideas about.

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He was intentional about the buttons and the way the shirt would gently curve at the bottom, and made sure the sleeves were able to roll easily.

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And required a front patch pocket that was at least four fingers wide.

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His newest design is a Half-Zip Pullover that's ideal for layering.

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