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About Mjölk

Mjölk is a luxury menswear line helmed by designer Lars Stoten and based in NYC. And though some of its goods are made far and wide (think Swiss leather specialists and Italian cobblers), the brand has strong ties to its home base of New York, producing clothing and belts in the city’s legendary garment district. No matter where it’s crafted, though, the basic principles of smart detailing and clever utility are a common thread in each piece. Oh, and a note on that name: It’s the Swedish word for "milk," which may shed a little light on the brand’s sensibility—substantial, familiar, and ultimately quite refreshing.

Past Sales Featuring Mjölk

Sale Ended February 28, 2012

Shirt Shop

A sharp shirt is a truly indispensable wardrobe item. But there isn't just one type of sharp shirt. You need something for the office, of course. But you also need a solid selection of off-the-clock options. In this massive sale, we’ve got you covered on all fronts.

Sale Ended June 20, 2012

Summer Trends: Bold Colors

From cobalt to kelly green, color is king this season. So get on board with the trend with this curated collection of stylish wardrobe essentials. From blazers and brogues to shirting and swim trunks, these picks are bright, bold, and the perfect way to embrace the warmer weather.

Sale Ended March 11, 2012

Spring Trend Report: Bold & Bright

From cobalt to Kelly green, color is king this spring. So get ahead of the trend with our curated collection of stylish wardrobe essentials. From blazers and brogues to shirting and swim trunks, these picks are bright, bold, and the perfect way to embrace the season.

Sale Ended March 08, 2012

Spring Outerwear

The season for those puffer parkas has passed. Spring’s on the horizon, and that means it’s time to invest in transitional outerwear that’s able to stave off the early morning chill without making you overheat when you step out for lunch. Lucky for you, all the picks in this sale will do just that. Don’t say we never did nothin’ for you.