Women around the world understand the struggles of finding a visually appealing yet comfortable bra. Finding a bra that compliments a backless top or dress can be the hardest of all. House of Skye recently launched their SexyBack Bra, which is transforming the idea of bra shopping.
Skye Drynan launched House of Skye after spending over two decades as a major player funding scientific breakthroughs in Biotechnology. This self made serial entrepreneur is a prolific inventor with patents issued in more than 100 countries. Her innovations include her SexyBack Bra with 6 patents issued and more pending. House of Skye is her luxury lifestyle brand which includes Dulce Bestia (couture clothing line) and Bareback that offers fashionable yet highly functional women’s and men’s intimates.
Drynan’s SexyBack Bra obtained one utility patent with secured registration and five design patents, which are valid in over 111 countries. There are 40 additional patents pending. The technology of the SexyBack Bra is sure to empower women all over the globe. It has the capability to transform into nearly any strap style that a woman would desire, whether for a strappy dress, halter top or any design a woman wears. This bra can be transformed on-the-go, with quick and easy adjustments.
Skye spent five years developing the SexyBack Bra. “There are about two times the number of steps to make this bra compared to the designs of bras currently on the market,” explains Skye. “My patented technology is what makes the SexyBack Bra unique.” The SexyBack Bra comes in just under $100 for the Classic Style, which is a steal considering it acts as multiple bra varieties in one.
Skye has also been working on some pieces for men as well. House of Skye recently launched their Bareback briefs, which are made from a medium-weight cotton spandex blend. Made for the everyday modern man, the briefs also include a hidden pocket ensuring men stay prepared for a fun night out.
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