Mac Millan Spring 2010LONDON, Oct 28, 2009 / FW/ — An intoxicating array of digitally printed silk dresses and separates, Jane McMillan’s Spring 2010 collection was inspired by her travels to Japan and Mexico.

Vibrant blues and yellows in original print silk crêpe de chine and chiffon were inspired by Mexico’s lush wildlife. The, literally entwining a little bit of history, Mayan weave was introduced and embodied in the unique luminous silk prints and, new for Mac Millan, cool cotton/silk voile.

With the ease and fluidity of Japanese tradition, originally constructed dresses embrace origami style folding techniques. The back of a crêpe de chine dress wraps entirely round to the centre front forming angular pleats while a tapered dress has low cut sleeves draping in soft folds.

Effortless relaxed glamour is personified in a capacious voile billowing top and silk chiffon kaftan dress.

Mac Millan’s signature pleated chiffon dresses, an established favourite with celebrities, are particularly evident with plunging or pleat scarf necks. Long or short, these will undoubtedly be the stars of the season.