For spring, Maje worked a lighthearted lineup, with the Italian Riviera in mind — as portrayed in the film “The Talented Mr. Ripley.” Femininity was relayed with eyelet embroidery, used for short, layered skirts, while the color palette was built with ivory and lavender, used for airy flower and check prints. A band of ruffles was applied to a brown suede miniskirt and jacket ensemble, cowgirl style; they also appeared as trim around the bust on a breezy flower-print dress. Traditional suit combos were reconfigured, with a cropped, midriff-baring jacket in one case, and a pair of unhemmed shorts in another. The label cast a wide net in the accessories department, too, with smart, triangular or round-shaped purses in crocodile-patterned leather, and, in contrast, soft pouch-like bags to sling over the shoulder and tuck under an elbow. It was an eclectic offer for eclectic times — a little bit of something for everyone.