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Vogue Scandinavia's 'Nomad' fashion film will have you longing for new adventures

By Eliza Sörman Nilsson

Hit the road and escape it all in this season’s most scrumptious wares

As the year starts drawing to a close, and we find ourselves wanting to slow down, let Vogue Scandinavia's latest fashion film Nomad (inspired by the Easy Rider feature in the October-November issue) serve you a much need dose of wanderlust.


In this short film by Maria Gordillo, model Lara Mullen takes the road trip we all want right now. There are countryside vistas, boats on a lake and coffee by the water. Aptly titled Nomad, the clip not only has us Googling ‘road trips near me’ but also offers a taste of the season’s finest pieces. From chunky knits in earthy tones and butter soft shearling jackets to twill silk bandanas and trusty leather boots, this is a wardrobe that doesn’t compromise warmth for style.

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Inspired by iconic female travellers, it’s is a celebration of stylish wandering. Drawing on characters like Anne-France Dautheville – a French journalist and writer, noted for being the first woman to motorcycle solo around the world – and stunt performer Vivian Bales –known for several long-distance motorcycle rides and motorcycle stunt riding around the US in the 1920s and 1930s – the styling by Konca Ayken merges functionality and fashion. Sit back, relax and be prepare to be transported (even if it's just for just 90 seconds).

Watch Nomad by Vogue Scandinavia: