If your chestnut and marigold-colored Céline sweater inspires you to seek out fiery fall foliage, and you can hear your silver Christopher Raeburn parachute parka calling for a wintry landscape, it may be time to go glamping. “Glamorous camping” has been on the rise in recent years as an easy, eco-friendly way to take in the splendor of the outdoors for less cost (and carbon) than jetting off to St. Moritz. But you don’t have to rough it to look rugged. Fall’s utilitarian parkas and sturdy-heeled boots are ideal for enjoying the view from a solar-powered tree house or serving up artisanal peanut-butter pie by the campfire. Here, Vogue has assembled the best gear for scaling a north face or nestling into a boutique tepee—from a buffalo-check Thakoon coat to Burt’s Bees’ all-natural insect repellent and Hermès’ pear-wood portable folding chair—and we’ve also culled a list of our favorite locales specializing in this popular pastime. So in preparation for your next expedition into the great outdoors, click through our slideshow focused on fashion and travel’s rustic renaissance and get ready to channel a Lewis and Clark spirit gone luxe.
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