It started three seasons ago as a special coat capsule for Max Mara and has nicely evolved with the addition of luxurious sportswear. Max Mara Group fashion director Laura Lusuardi was inspired by the 1963 film “The V.I.P.s,” about a group of ultrachic travelers stranded in an airport lounge, including Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. That translated into cozy casual cashmere-wool blend tops and lounge pants and a strong lineup of coats, including flannel car coats, a long vest with a mink bodice and a down skirt, and a camel hair and cashmere blend number — all highly functional and ready for takeoff.

It started three seasons ago as a special coat capsule for Max Mara and has nicely evolved with the addition of luxurious sportswear. Max Mara Group fashion director Laura Lusuardi was inspired by the 1963 film “The V.I.P.s,” about a group of ultrachic travelers stranded in an airport lounge, including Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. That translated into cozy casual cashmere-wool blend tops and lounge pants and a strong lineup of coats, including flannel car coats, a long vest with a mink bodice and a down skirt, and a camel hair and cashmere blend number — all highly functional and ready for takeoff.

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