One of the many things we love about Vogue is that it never backs down from its stance of being over-the-top all the time. If you want sensible, go buy Lucky -- if you want to see young, thin models wearing gowns that cost two-month's rent, you've come to the right place. To maintain this position, the women's monthly has to do some creative thinking. For example -- how do they cover an outdoorsy, camping story? They re-title it "glamping". And what does glamping entail, you may wonder? Well suggestions include a $995 cape to keep warm (an presumably roll around in the dirt in), a $1,100 pair of Chanel boots, a $750 candle lantern from Ralph Lauren, and housing your spawn in a $2,800 teepee to name a few. Uh, yeah. Somehow we feel that Anna doesn't commune with nature so often.