Instilling in their garments, a life of their own, the latest collection from Mjölk tugs at the heart strings with a sentimental story of generations. From oversized, exaggerated proportions to the perfect fit, Mjölk’s man grows into his wardrobe. A chronicle representation of life from adolescence to adulthood, the collection imagines an array of scenarios that may place a small boy in the large coat of his father or follow a young man to the purchase of his first tailored suit or later in life–the relaxed clothes of leisure. Expanding a modest picture into a romantic gesture, the collection takes visual cues from images of Depression-era New York or the beauty of profound poets such as Walt Whitman or E.E. Cummings. Altogether, Mjölk manages to up the ante and pour on the charm with loving knits and suits that wear as a casual second skin.