In this month's Vogue, models wear fur coats to go rock-climbing (with their "hoof-like heels," we think they're supposed to look like mountain goats). In another shoot, a model pouts around a farm in stylish tweeds, in an odd perversion of the art of Dorothea Lange. And in "Modern Manners," William Norwich teaches us that if a friend wants to borrow "a cherished book, a car, a piece of jewelry, the plane, the yacht" we should tell her, "I simply can't for insurance reasons." Welcome, once again, to Vogue-world, where no hike is too casual for couture, and everyone has their libraries insured. Finalize your divorce from reality with our versions of Vogue's cover lines, after the jump.