Many of you won’t give your hangers a second thought. The unsung hero of your closet, the essential keeps your garms shapely and conveniently easy to whip out your ’fits for the day ahead, most commonly coming in wooden or wire frames. Now, the humble hanger has had a rather luxe upgrade, care of this beautiful design by Benjamin Edgar.
Part of Benjamin Edgar’s “object company” project, the hanger has been cut from a single, solid plate of thick, hand-brushed stainless steel. It’s not often we get excited about something as simple as a hanger — which is usually simply the vessel for a more flex-worthy, interesting tee or jacket.
But the piece is actually the main muse of Edgar’s entire project, which is also elevates using carbon fiber and marble on other models. Edgar describes the stainless steel hanger as “unexpected, unneeded, and beautiful,” and he has a big fan in Highsnobiety.
Coming with a removable laminated clothing tag on a stainless steel cable, this perfectly useless piece of design can be yours for the not-so-small price tag of $700. May sound absurd considering the usual inexpensiveness of the object, but have you ever seen a hanger so beautiful?
Take a closer look below.
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- Curated by: Nigel Minani