Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Expensive Clothes Hangers for the Rich!

I feel rather sure none of us have ever recovered from actress Joan Crawford's emotional meltdown in the film Mommie Dearest when she screams at her terrified daughter No Wire Hangers! That disturbing memory has carried over into my job as the butler in a billionaire's home, and I've made sure there are no wire hangers to be found anywhere on this property.

In this house all garments are now hung on matching wooden hangers, all carefully turned in the same direction and evenly spaced in between. But what kind of hangers do rich people use and where do we get them?

Remember in nice department stores where everything is hung on wooden hangers with the store's name or emblem printed in gold or silver lettering on each hanger? Well, there are companies in this world that design exclusive custom-made hangers not only for department stores but also for famous clothes designers, fine hotels, and even for private homes.

These companies will imprint your initials, your family crest, your corporate emblem, whatever you wish onto high-quality polished wooden hangers - and it's going to cost you a small fortune. Just take a look at this link The Most Expensive Journal describing a hanger - one hanger that costs $460!

More down to earth, take a look at Henry Hanger Company of America, one of the oldest and most respected hanger companies in America, serving both commercial and private clientele. This is where we get our stuff. They do a great job with custom logos and our closets look spectacular. 

I know how extravagant this all must sound, but if your wardrobe is full of designer gowns. furs, and $20,000 haute couture cocktail dressers, thin wire hangers just won't do. You'll want the very best garment-specific hangers available to help keep their shape and to display them properly.

Thanks for dropping in this evening,


  1. OMG! This is awesome. I've never even thought about such a thing. But it makes me not want to open my closet doors ever again! LOL

  2. Me either! The last thing on earth I want to do after taking care of my employers' closets is go to my apartment and take care of my own! Ha!

    Thanks for your comment!


  3. Wow!!! I would have never thought about this myself!! I thought I was doing good having all plastic hangers, lol!! But I can say I don't have wire hangers, at least I've got that part right.. Ha ha ha!

  4. So Joan Crawford got to you, too? Ha!

    "No Wire Hangers!"

    But the truth is, wire hangers are too thin for ANY garment! At least the thicker plastic hangers you've chosen guard against the weight of the garment, and the seams on the shoulders. So you're doing good!

    Thanks for commenting.


  5. As the people gets richer the way of using the things also changes, they always choose a things that looks better to their house or adds beauty to their house as well as is comfortable for the reason it's being chosen.

  6. Hello "Hangers",

    Not to be offensive I hope, but may I ask what country you're writing from? (I suspect India, from your word choice and phrasing.)

    Your attempts at English are charming. (It's an extremely difficult language, I know, combining Romance and Germanic, with no clear idea of pronunciation, like in Italian or Spanish.) But I understand exactly what you were trying to say. After all, language is only communication, and you are communicating successfully.

    Thanks for sharing your website with us.


  7. There's a company in the UK making carbon fibre hangers for £199 each. They are designed to be supertough and fit in your overhead luggage. I've seen one, they look beautiful in the flesh


    1. Yikes! That's about $325 US dollars!

      Thanks for sharing that with us, Padd. And thanks for reading. Will search for it online.