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    Need a dust bag long enough for my huge basically ankle length wool coat to store it over the summer.My (admittedly half arsed) Googling finds me wedding dress bags. Anyone have any they normally go for? Is this the sort of thing where there is any point buying any in particular? I've got an open rail type situation rather than a wardrobe because my room is stupid so would like to keep it fresh over the next few months where it is too warm for it. Should it be breathable I'm guessing? Also I'm paranoid over moths and the like so I'm not sure if that should be a consideration too.

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    I have the same situation at home and I’ve found pretty decent dust bags on eBay. They’re even black.
    You can prevent moths by using hangers made out of cedar wood.
    "The only rule is don't be boring and dress cute wherever you go. Life is too short to blend in."
    -Paris Hilton

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    Quote Originally Posted by Resonkuken View Post
    I've been trying to find this but the internet hasn't been very helpful so far. Do you guys know shops that carry Julius in Paris. I know l'eclaireur does but haven't found others.
    as a fellow parisian, I would be interested to know too.... I have a vague memory of having seen some Julius at L'éclaireur a while ago, but if I recall correctly it might have been at l'éclaireur champs elysées, which is now closed... I don't remember seeing it at Herold.... (?)

    Quote Originally Posted by TriggerDiscipline View Post
    I suggest supporting japanese designers with more concrete visions in this day and age, but im just some dude on the internet so go for it.

    I dont have any particular suggestions either so im not being the best help.
    Curious to know what Japanese designers with more vision you would suggest !

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    Quote Originally Posted by WolfSchwet View Post
    Need a dust bag long enough for my huge basically ankle length wool coat to store it over the summer.My (admittedly half arsed) Googling finds me wedding dress bags. Anyone have any they normally go for? Is this the sort of thing where there is any point buying any in particular? I've got an open rail type situation rather than a wardrobe because my room is stupid so would like to keep it fresh over the next few months where it is too warm for it. Should it be breathable I'm guessing? Also I'm paranoid over moths and the like so I'm not sure if that should be a consideration too.
    My (unrequested) two cents: I would recommend a sealed bag over a dust bag with cedar. Cedar, like mothballs, is rather ineffective in open spaces. You can air it out every now and then.

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    Anyone knows what type of leather is the 'LRO' from Rick Owens ?Possibly lamb ?

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    Does anyone know if there’s a way to re-tighten the leg opening of over-knee RO sock sneakers?
    "The only rule is don't be boring and dress cute wherever you go. Life is too short to blend in."
    -Paris Hilton

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickefuge View Post
    Does anyone know if there’s a way to re-tighten the leg opening of over-knee RO sock sneakers?
    I had mine taken in by a tailor well experienced with leatherwork.
    They are tighter now, but with almost any movement still slip down and bunch unattractively around my knees. Not sure what the solution is.
    some do it fast, some do it better in smaller amounts.

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    Thanks for the answer, might give it a try!
    Maybe the solution to your problem could be sewing in a stripe of clingy fabric or even a rubber band?
    "The only rule is don't be boring and dress cute wherever you go. Life is too short to blend in."
    -Paris Hilton

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