Clothes hangers. They’re everywhere: men’s shops, trade shows, your closet...
Yet, for whatever reason, they’ve been overlooked for years as merely wire-and-wood triangles that keep your fineries off the floor. Until we saw this snap from NotCouture of hangers made from repurposed golf clubs. It’s pretty ingenious stuff from Rag and Bone Man (not to be confused with the non-human clothing label), and it’s got us wanting more hanger innovation. The double-breasted hanger cannot be far behind.
Here’s a good idea from another Old & New alum: hotel coat hangers. Of course, if you want to actually fit them into your closet, you’ll have to work up some sort of impromptu hook from a few spare wire hangers—but once you’ve made it, you’ll be able to drape your jacket over a genuine piece of 1950s kitsch. And if you’re expecting any light-fingered houseguests…
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