Cancan is a minimalist design created by Portugal-based designers GUD Conspiracy. The curves of the coat hanger aim to convey the movements of the ‘cancan’ dance. The four identical pieces are tied up together with a single leather cord, which creates a visual pattern reminiscent of the corsets used by the dancers. Traditionally ‘cancan’ dancers must be 1,70m in height, which is the same height of the coat hanger. GUD Conspiracy is a firm by designers Alexandre Kumagai and Paulo Neves, a collective based in Porto – Portugal. In 2010, the idea began to take shape and both decided it was time to carry out this collective project, offering interior and product design services.