Only the Flyest Hanging

You know you’ve got to hang your clothes up when you want to attain full fashion victory, right? Well you DO. And to do it, you’ve got to have the most flight-ready hangers. There is only one way. The “Hangar” hanger from Chetan Sorab. It’s shaped like an airplane. Inspired from early World War aircraft, made mostly for kids, but also for me, because I love it.

A couple other uses – one, you could give these to your kids while you’re doing the laundry for them to have one magical airplane battle, then when you hang them up, assuming you’re putting some small clothing on their shoulders, you can hang one hanger from the last right off the tail!

Designer: Chetan Sorab of Epicenter Design

19 Comments

  • 87designstreet says:

    Fun and function :)

  • Rico says:

    I think it's a little stupid…

  • D. Meyers says:

    Clever, playful idea. Could easily see this marketed at Target.

  • D. Meyers says:

    Clever, playful idea. Could easily see this marketed at Target.

  • Yeo Antonio says:

    i have same comment with Rico….

    More material to use, more processes needed during production and finally higher cost on shelf. I do not understand why you need a smaller space for the tie, and i can’t imagine finally all hangers

    are disappeared just because it is also a kind of flying toy to a kid, throwing them out from the windows to see how high can the ‘plane’ goes…

  • Yeo Antonio says:

    i have same comment with Rico….

    More material to use, more processes needed during production and finally higher cost on shelf. I do not understand why you need a smaller space for the tie, and i can’t imagine finally all hangers
    are disappeared just because it is also a kind of flying toy to a kid, throwing them out from the windows to see how high can the ‘plane’ goes…

  • yeo antonio says:

    i have same comment with Rico….

    More material to use, more processes needed during production and finally higher cost on shelf. I do not understand why you need a smaller space for the tie, and i can't imagine finally all hangers
    are disappeared just because it is also a kind of flying toy to a kid, throwing them out from the windows to see how high can the 'plane' goes…

  • yeo antonio says:

    i have same comment with Rico….

    More material to use, more processes needed during production and finally higher cost on shelf. I do not understand why you need a smaller space for the tie, and i can't imagine finally all hangers
    are disappeared just because it is also a kind of flying toy to a kid, throwing them out from the windows to see how high can the 'plane' goes…

  • MILAD says:

    THIS IDEA IS SO FUNNY BUT I DONT LIKE IT SO MUCH.

  • MILAD says:

    THIS IDEA IS SO FUNNY BUT I DONT LIKE IT SO MUCH.

  • Jakob Thureson says:

    where to buy ??

  • Jakob Thureson says:

    where to buy ??

  • Miriam D says:

    I want them! More material, no real need… etc… But they are cool. where?

  • Miriam D says:

    I want them! More material, no real need… etc… But they are cool. where?

  • Ebony Blue says:

    Perhaps if they were made smaller, especially for kids? It's still more material than a regular hanger, but will be less than for adults.

  • Ebony Blue says:

    Perhaps if they were made smaller, especially for kids? It's still more material than a regular hanger, but will be less than for adults.

  • Ao lop says:

    Nice idea !!!

    How can i buy it now ?

  • dong phuc says:

    owa. it look like a flies

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