Judith Milgrom pictured her imagined Maje girl dressed in sequins in the middle of an afternoon, either because she was getting ready to hit the town or had just returned home. So, for someone who likes to party, but also works, Milgrom thought up a dressy and easy lineup that felt youthful, with autumn-toned shorts suits, flattering floral dresses that stopped at the thighs, all-black bomber jackets covered in sequins and tweed vest and shorts ensembles. Adding a more masculine flavor, she also offered a hefty, shadow plaid workwear shirt, with lilac touches, and the season’s must, shearling — on the collar of an aviator jacket.

WWD Critique: Milgrom tackles her mandate of championing French girl style at home and abroad with consistency, offering another cute collection for fall that ticked off a number of the season’s bourgeois trends.

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