Product range. Maje offer lace dresses, blouses decorated with all over delicate floral prints, denim skirts, tweed jackets, check overcoats, and all other classic French fashion staples. Be that as it may, Maje can't stay immune to metallic leather jackets, suede thigh boots, and other fads of the day.
Originality. Maje make perfect casual dresses. Unlike more affordable pieces available from the competition, the dresses by Maje are impeccably tailored and will serve you for the years to come. Maje can be likened to the British Reiss: both labels strive for the time-honoured styles of delightfully charming dresses, chiffon blouses, jumpers, leather jackets, and trench coats.
Chic. Maje is certainly not a cutting edge label. Their designers subtly embrace trend shifts and release the same pieces that have uncannily remained relevant to this day. As a nod to the latest trends, Maje alters their floral print patterns, sleeve styles of dresses and blouses, overcoat lengths and shoe heel height. Maje put emphasis on pleasant neutral colourways, quality materials, details kept to the minimum, and all-time 'feminine' classics like dresses in delicate all-over floral prints and patent court shoes.
Pricing. On the pricey side. Overcoats cost on average £560, dresses are £240 to £320, jumpers are £160, and court shoes are £320.
Corporate history highlights. Maje was founded by the Moroccan-born French designer Judith Milgrom in Paris in 1999 as a casual chic ready-to-wear label for young women. The brand name is an acronym for “M” for Moyal, Milgram's family name; “A” for Alan, her brother; “J” for Judith, and “E” for Evelyn, her sister (the founder of Sandro). For almost two decades Maje, still under the helm of Judith Milgrom, have remained true to its original concept and expanded its market presence to over 175 points of sale worldwide.