Anjelica Huston’s memoir A Story Lately Told is such a compulsive read, it’s a surprise her name hasn’t been coming up more lately. As a model in the ’70s, Huston posed for a lot of the greats, Richard Avedon and David Bailey included, and she had a real sense of style. It was the glory days of American sportswear, and she was often snapped in a mannish jacket tossed casually over a shirtwaist dress, arm in arm with Jack Nicholson—effortless yet polished. Huston appeared in Max Mara’s 1971 ad campaign, which gave the design team a good reason to return to the decade that is currently preoccupying much of Milan. The news was in the willowy silhouette, which paired covered-up, slightly blousy tops with mid-calf-length skirts, accessorized with stacked-heel knee-high boots and rain hats to match.