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MLTV clothing is a minimalist unconventional menswear brand based in Stockholm and London, creating collections explored through architectural and monochromatic dimensions.

Inspired by geometry and raw shapes, MLTV introduces laser sharp cuts and silhouettes. The collections feature multifunctional and transformable pieces that fit into a consumers everyday life. The result is a bold, sporty look, which is daring yet minimal.

Designed and produced entirely within the European Union, MLTV embraces slow fashion. The underpinning values are quality and fair production and MLTV is involved in every component of manufacturing.

Episode IX

F/W 2016

This collection continues on the same path as the Spring/ Summer 2016 collection with inspiration from the Bauhaus movement and its heritage from functionalism, challenging outdated ideas about identity and the purpose of design.

MLTV uses logo-mania, a restricted color pallet, and detail-oriented design to bring multi-function and versatility to life in its Autumn/ Winter 2016 collection.

In a reaction to mass consumerism, many pieces possess 2-in-1 multi-functionality. The collection heavily exhibits layering of fabric, and use of zippers and snaps, allowing the wearer to add or remove layers to change the look, making the collection multi-dimensional.


Photographer: Marcus Askelöf
Stylist: Jonathan Krook
Set designer: Nikodem Kalcynski
Set design assistant: Sandra Martinson
Grooming: Sherin, Adamsky MGMT
Model: Oskar P (Elite Sthlm)
Photo assistant: Cornelia Wahlberg
Retouch: Omnilux studio


The 23-piece collection features simple yet defining pieces such as the Logo shirt, with a detachable sheer logo back. The Illusion Sweater’s layers an oversized tee with a sweatshirt creating a design that can be worn day and night. The Bauhaus Shirt, in slate grey, adds a rich depth of color to the collection, and possess detachable sleeves and panels that allow the wearer to re-configure the look.

Progressive minimalism continues to headline MLTV Clothing; using laser sharp silhouettes, raw geometric shapes and easily reshaped modules in the spirit of Bauhaus architecture, allowing for personalized expressions and questioning one way communication between designer and wearer. Relying on simplicity, allowing for multiplicity.

Photographer: Ela Strand
Stylist: Jonathan Krook
Creative director: Nikodem Kalcynski
MuA: Lovisa Lunneborg
Model: Nikola Bulatovic (Elite Sthlm)
Assistant: Tony Ottosson