Maine’s classic, laid-back style gets a nod in this month’s issue of Vogue.

The fashion magazine features a package called “America the Beautiful,” which highlights Maine, Texas, Florida, the Northwest and South Chaleston.

“Sling a pristine L.L. Bean monogrammed duffel (it’ll be charmingly scuffed soon enough) over a blue-and-white-striped shoulder (six more sailor pullovers and extra Top-Siders are crammed inside), but first things first: sunset supper at Beal’s Lobster Pier, on the wharf in Southwest Harbor,” Lynn Yaeger writes in the magazine’s “Maine Attraction” spread.

The piece goes on to highlight Mount Desert Island attractions, including Dennett’s Wharf, the Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Garden, the Asticou Inn and the Claremont Hotel.

In the spread, model Arizona Muse, photographed by Craig McDean and styled by Tonne Goodman, lounges on a dory and strides by a pile of lobster traps. While her style would be right at home on Maine’s rocky shores, the price tag of some of the garments she sports would raise eyebrows among the state’s frugal Yankees.  

The haute couture in the “Maine Attraction” pictorial includes a Brunello Cucinellie cable-knit cashmere sweater for $1,720, a Junya Watanabe Comme des Garçons white top for $975 and a Prada pleated dress for $2,395. But Practical Mainers will no doubt appreciate the $120 Grundéns coated-cotton canvas overalls Muse wears over that pricey cashmere sweater.