‘Hangover’ style of clothing inspired by ‘Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy’
“If you’re a designer who wants to show off your own creativity, it’s a great place to start,” said the company’s co-founder and co-owner, Joe Dias.
“There are a lot of brands out there who have a huge amount of success.
There’s a huge number of creative people who make some of the best clothing.
And then you have companies like Hanger that have a really interesting style, but don’t really take it to the next level.
I like that they’re really taking their own brand and making it accessible to people who don’t want to go to a store.”
Hanger has been making jeans for a few years, and in recent years has been getting a lot more attention for its work.
Its denim jeans are designed with a classic style and are built from 100% American-made fabrics.
The jeans were designed by a team of designers, including designer Joe Días and denim-makers Rangoli, based in Chicago.
“We started off just being a small company and we started out just making jeans, but now we’re a very large company with an extensive range,” Dias said.
“We’ve had a lot to learn,” he added.
“I like to think of Hanger as the ‘Hollywood of denim’ because it’s very much a Hollywood-esque company.
It has a great creative vision, but it’s also very accessible and accessible to all kinds of people.
People who like the idea of jeans, jeans are for them.”
Designer jeans are also a great way to give back to the community.
A few years ago, Hanger partnered with the local nonprofit, the Hanger Community Center, to donate one pair of jeans to the Hangers of North America, an organization that helps people who are homeless and in need.
The nonprofit has donated more than 2,000 pairs of jeans.
“People who are really lucky can get a pair of Hangers and then there are people who aren’t so lucky, like the homeless,” Díos said.
“You have to get some help, and if you don’t get some of these jeans, you don and you’ll be homeless forever.”
The Hanger’s work is inspired by the movies “HitchHiker’s” and “The Hitchhiker Guide to a Galaxy,” both of which were inspired by books and films that were popular during the 1960s.
“I’ve always been a huge fan of ‘Hitches’ and ‘Hanger,'” said Hanger founder and CEO Joe Dómas.
“Hangers are a way to celebrate our culture, and I’m very inspired by what the book did.
So I thought it would be fun to create a new design.
It’s the best way to express what we’re doing.”
Dias said the inspiration for the jeans came when he was visiting his dad, who was in the hospital recovering from brain surgery, when he realized he was going to die.
“He had the vision of me hanging out with the kids and taking their shoes and taking them back to his house, and that’s how he came up with the idea for the Hanging Pants.”