At first glance, you may be wondering why the creator of the Trook Hanger attached two more metal clasps onto the base of the object. By the time you reach the second photograph, you will have understood the usefulness of this seemingly odd design decision.
The central hook still acts as it would if this was a regular clothes hanger, latching onto the bar in your closet and connected to a wooden frame for dangling your duds. The difference here is the inclusion of two additional catches which would prove to be very helpful for holding the belt loops of pants and the thin straps of dresses and tank tops. Optimized for low-cost production, the Trook Hanger by Joao Goncalves gets its name from the merging of "triple" and "hook."