Maje designer Judith Milgrom tried to imagine tomorrow’s woman for the spring collection.
“She’s self assured, modern, with her time, and she’s revisiting lengths and forms,” Milgrom said. She described the contemporary French label’s client as an open-minded Parisian who travels a lot and mixes the clothes she finds in different places. She is not afraid to wear eveningwear in the daytime, and vice versa.
On the dressier side, the shortest outfits sported long sleeves, one was gathered and another one featured lace.
Linen made an appearance for the season, joining the brand’s mainstay, cotton. A bright pink verging on purple brought a flash of color, coming in the form of a striped button up dress, cinched at the waist. Skirts hung low, hovering in that middle range between the knees and the ankles, and most were snug at the waist. The label expanded accessories for the collection, which included a woven straw version of the ever-popular M bag, with tan fringes on the sides, and a larger carry-all in the same material. There were necklaces as well, with colorful charms imprinted with numbers. Lucky ones, perhaps — optimism ran through the collection.