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    Dries van Noten





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    MO851 I discovered the label in a bag shop somewhere in Marais neighborhood, France. Little did I know they have 2 stores in NYC after checking the website. The site doesn't have much photos of the Men's bags, only women's, especially the ones I saw but I liked it's minimal design and the lightweight leather. I will try to investigate and make a visit to the store in Soho.

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    personally like these bags http://actontreadway.com/, very similar to harold's gear out in japan....i saw this Henry Cuir bag (http://www.henrycuir.jp/en/collection/bag/BG378)at Barneys and it won me over as well...


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    [quote user="darkanimal"]MO851 The site doesn't have much photos of the Men's bags, only women's, especially the ones I saw but I liked it's minimal design and the lightweight leather.
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    I stopped in one of their stores today. The designs are very simple, but nice and the leather is good quality, soft, light, and very thin. On the downside however, for me at least, was that they felt a little flimsy. I am sure the quality is really solid, but I would always be subconciously worried about inadvertantly destroying it. Still, overall, the bags were nice and the staff was helpful.



    Oh, and I looked at some of the smaller messenger bags (just barely big enough for a sheet of paper) and the price was 310 CDN.


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    funny, i was just at the M0851 store on the Upper East Side over here. I was wondering about the flimsy part too, although the staff assured me that theleather isextremely strong. I am not a bag person at all, but I am very tempted to get one, as the prices are quite good, and the styles are great.I really need something like this for hauling books around. I like how anonymous they are...
    ...I mean the ephemeral, the fugitive, the contingent, the half of art whose other half is the eternal and the immutable.

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    [quote user="laika"]funny, i was just at the M0851 store on the Upper East Side over here. I was wondering about the flimsy part too, although the staff assured me that theleather isextremely strong. I am not a bag person at all, but I am very tempted to get one, as the prices are quite good, and the styles are great.I really need something like this for hauling books around. I like how anonymous they are...[/quote]



    Yeah, I like how light the bag is, but the byproduct of that is that is there is a certain flimsy feel, especially with how thin the leather is (also, the one I tried had just a flap covering a zipper so the flap didn't have a closure of its own and that may have contributed to the flimsy feeling) and if I am spending the money, not that expensive but then again not that cheap to me at least, I want it to feel solid.


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    I own this Julius bostonian bag. Got it half off last spring...


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    Djrajio I love that Julius bag. Has anyone here heard of Ally Capellino? She's a British designer who's been around for donkey's years but has recently had a bit of a revival as a bag designer. Her thing is all about interpreting traditional English fabrics and designs, a bit like Margaret Howell, with whom she shares a love for the 40s and 50s. I've had this "Ross" satchel in a lighter-coloured canvas for a couple of years and I still love it.






    Check out her other stuff at www.allycapellino.co.uk


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    convertible duffle bag, noah.


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    Ramich - using Guidi & Rosellini Leather (same leather as Cdiem)


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    How much would that Ramich bag set me back?



    The shape is simple and the leather must be just amazing.




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    not sure. but there were some PH-like bags on yoox that were going for 344 pounds





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    margiela


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    Jas M.B.





    Jas M.B. Student Line




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    [quote user="xcoldricex"]



    Ramich - using Guidi & Rosellini Leather (same leather as Cdiem)



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    any further info on these bags? i'm quite taken with them.


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    That JasMB duffle rocks!
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    more jas mb







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    jas mb


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    wjk








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    guidi


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