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    I'm 5'7 with big hips. Would a RO double layer shirt work well for me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by zccaado View Post
    Is anyone able to comment on the quality/longetivity of By Walid's creations? Currently mulling over the purchase of a jacket by him made out of upcycled victorian silk. Thanks




    Design looks really interesting and unusual. Now I want to get one too.

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    Anyone know what RU15F7764-LTK code for Rick leather jackets means?

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    Does anyone know how long those Mad et Len scented lava rocks keep their scent for?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickefuge View Post
    Does anyone know how long those Mad et Len scented lava rocks keep their scent for?
    Not for so long actually
    Have the lava rocks and the amber rocks, both need to be sprayed every 2 weeks
    scents are amazing though :)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Eye View Post
    Not for so long actually
    Have the lava rocks and the amber rocks, both need to be sprayed every 2 weeks
    scents are amazing though :)
    Thanks for the info!
    Do you leave the case open all the time? And does it always come with the spray? I've seen some only shops depict it with and some without it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woupes View Post
    Anyone know what RU15F7764-LTK code for Rick leather jackets means?
    RU indicates the particular line, RU denotes Uomo/men’s
    15F = seasonal code, FW15 Sphinx collection
    7764 = product code, appears to be a Stooges jacket
    LTK = leather composition code, LTK should be a washed calf variant iirc

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    Hi to all, first post on this forum. :)

    I recently developed a serious interest in Ann Demeulemeester and bought my first coat. I absolutely love it but I bought it second-hand and have no idea which season it is from. Is there anyone who can identify it? Would love to know.

    edit: outer fabric is 100% cotton, in case that helps.

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    I believe it's F/W 2008, but I could be wrong. I had the same coat in wool.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Faust View Post
    I believe it's F/W 2008, but I could be wrong. I had the same coat in wool.
    Thanks, good indication. Wool would be pretty nice too, although this one feels warmer than expected.

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    i believe you are right @faust. i have the same coat in purple.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woupes View Post
    Anyone know what RU15F7764-LTK code for Rick leather jackets means?
    Here's a good resource: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...IJ1Z70E-8/edit

    Quote Originally Posted by Nickefuge View Post
    Thanks for the info!
    Do you leave the case open all the time? And does it always come with the spray? I've seen some only shops depict it with and some without it.
    Depends on your preference. I like fragrances on occasion, so I usually leave mine closed. Yup, they always come with the scent, though just FYI its a dropper and not a spray.

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    Thanks for clarifying!
    I think I’ll try the lava rocks once I burn through my candles, which are already quite intense – if I just leave the container open, I will catch a whiff of the smell from the other end of the room.
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    Are the only Lava Rocks available those which are a collab with Boris?

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    Quote Originally Posted by julian_doe View Post
    Are the only Lava Rocks available those which are a collab with Boris?
    Nah, they have all kinds of iterations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aussy View Post
    Here's a good resource: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1...IJ1Z70E-8/edit



    Depends on your preference. I like fragrances on occasion, so I usually leave mine closed. Yup, they always come with the scent, though just FYI its a dropper and not a spray.
    That is very helpful, thank you aussy

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickefuge View Post
    Nah, they have all kinds of iterations.
    Thanks, Nickefuge!

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    Can I wash my thin (virgin) wool RO sweaters in a washing bag on the "hand wash" setting of my washing machine without damaging them?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nickefuge View Post
    Can I wash my thin (virgin) wool RO sweaters in a washing bag on the "hand wash" setting of my washing machine without damaging them?
    Probably no one will tell you 'yes' as there still might be a risk that the sweaters can get damaged, BUT:
    - Todays washing machines, especially the expenise ones like from MIELE, are very gentle, they can even treat the pieces more gentle compared to hand-wash as you might tend to squeeze the product too much with your hands
    - Cold wash only AND if possible, no tumbling as tumbling can help shrinking the product
    - And for sure, use a dedicated wool-detergent, i.e. no product with bleaching-ingredients and stuff like that.
    - Indeed _I_ did damage a sweater by hand-washing it and i put a bit of too much effort in.
    - As i'm a proud owner of a Miele-machine, since then I wash all my delicate stuff in the machine and all of them look and feel great
    - For my beloved wool-pieces I use the detergent of 'the laundress'. Pretty expensive over here in Europe but smells divine and is pretty 'natural' with no harmful ingredients.

    So, it's up on you, basically today the manufacturers of known brands of washine machines even recommend to use these for delicate products and to avoid washing by hand. But as probably the label of the item says 'hand wash only' - well, decide on your own risk.
    ;)

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