“A little wardrobe,” said Tomas Maier, understating his fall collection, with which he anticipated his customer’s every need in a stylishly realistic way. Maier isn’t one for nonsense — all of his clothes and accessories are rooted in practicality. He didn’t say so explicitly, but the striped nylon blazers and skirts, fuzzy houndstooth jacquard shifts, Neoprene bombers, duffle coats and riffs on kilts and tartan sweaters felt divined from classic school attire. His versions were fresh in interesting patterns and fabric treatments, such as denim flocked like velvet, antiqued metallic leather and shiny nylon. The implicit youthfulness of the collegiate daywear carried over to Maier’s evening range, which occupied the casual side of the spectrum with a short silk dress in a shimmery “Milky Way” pattern and a short, strapless velvet dress. The looks were completed with quirky comfortable shoes — glittery sneakers and cowboy boots and booties to “rock the look.”After launching sunglasses for spring, Maier expanded his eyewear to include unisex optical styles.