For our own wedding and other special occasions we like to choose figure-hugging dresses. Corsets can ensure a narrow waist here, but often also create love handles in the back area. Under her Ayse Byzanz label, a Düsseldorf designer has therefore developed a clever solution for brides and also for everyday wear that is supposed to hide excess body fat. She also wants to convince investors of “The Lion's Den” of her idea.
So the invention makes fat deposits disappear
Designer Ayse Kök usually makes exclusive bridal and holiday fashion. With the fittings, she noticed how many tight dresses with a bodice or corset top lead to visible love handles in the back or under the armpits. So far, there has been no satisfactory solution, especially for brides who want to cut a perfect figure on their special day. The Düsseldorf-based designer has now found two solutions to this problem under her designer label Ayse Byzanz: a variant that can be sewn into bridal and holiday dresses and a bra insert for covering up body fat in everyday life. In contrast to conventional shapewear, two sewn-in feathers ensure that space is created for "excess" body fat.
Where can you buy Ayse Byzanz products?
There is currently little information available on Ayse Byzanz products: the label has neither its own website nor an Instagram profile. Also on the Facebook page of the designer there are no indications as to where we can buy the fat pad laminators. It is unclear whether this is an indication that there was no deal with "The Lion's Den".
Our tip: At Amazon you will find a cheap alternative for only about 16 euros *, with which you can hide the love handles in the armpit and back area. This shapewear also ensures better posture and good breast support:
Many products from "The Lion's Den" solve annoying everyday problems – and are now surprisingly cheap:
In order to be able to market her invention worldwide, Ayse Kök offers the investors in “Die Höhle der Löwen” 10 percent of her company shares for 150,000 euros. You can find out whether the designer can convince in the pitch on Tuesday, April 14 at 8:15 p.m. on Vox.