Many coatracks do not accommodate high-collared jackets and garments that need a little bit of extra shoulder support when stored. The HC Hanger flaunts a unique design that integrates coat hangers so that you can arrange your outerwear neatly.
Yasutoshi Mifune used metal for the main frame of the hatrack, creating a tall and slender spine with two U-shaped crooks. It stands on a Y-shaped base for stability. A new sort of coat hanger was made from wood that matches the form of the footing. The idea is that you can stack excess pieces directly on top of the base.
It's loops rather than hooks that enable you to suspend the HC Hangers. Everything about this contraption is smooth and clean and conducive to an orderly space.