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Get a Hang! / Hanger

Get a Hang!
Get a Hang!

When clothes are hung for a long time, the collars will become wavy and lack of elasticity due to over-stretching.
And the clothes you like are ruined!
We come up with a simple way to solve the problem.
We change the structure of the traditional hangers by shortening one side of the hangers .
When drying your clothes, put the longer part of hangers into your clothes first and then the shorter part.
By doing this, you don't need to stretch your clothes to fit into the hangers, and the problem is solved.

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National Kaohsiung Normal Universit

National Kaohsiung Normal Universit
Kaoshiung City, Taiwan

Chen Chun Chih

Design

National Kaohsiung Normal Universit

National Kaohsiung Normal Universit
Kaoshiung City, Taiwan

Chen Yueh Tzu CHAO YU FEN