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The Best Bet


Storing sweaters in the oven is one way for closet-challenged New Yorkers to maximize their wardrobe space. Another method: these sleek steel hangers ($35 to $55 for five at Scissor, 80 Varick St., nr. Grand St.; 347-662-3600), available in both child and adult sizes. Fashioned from anodized aluminum in Denmark, they’re as sturdy as space-devouring wooden models when it comes to supporting vintage shearling, yet just as lightweight as the landfill-clogging wire variety favored by dry cleaners. Best of all, the shoulder indentations keep strappy dresses, camisoles, and other delicates in place—no wrinkling clothespins required.


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