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Former CHS student's invention called 'ingenious' in Oprah Magazine

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Angela Kornas (Redlarczyk) graduated from CHS in 1995 with a passion in fashion and textiles. After graduating from IADT in Chicago in 2002, Kornas moved to California and went on to work in product and textile development for the next 15 years.

For the past 20 years, women have had issues with shifting bra inserts that flip, bunch in their swimsuits, sports bras and regular bras and end up at the bottom of their washing machines, Women typically wear inserts for coverage, lightweight shaping and added support.

Kornas used her background to develop a prototype that solved the issue creating a grippy exterior and a soft moisture wicking interior.

After developing and testing two styles over two years and receiving a patent, Kornas moved into production.

Offering personalized fit help to women to ensure they get their best size, along with offering a large size range (A-H cups) and five skin-tone shades, more women are included than ever before.

Within one year of launching, Oprah Magazine called the inserts “Ingenious” in their February 2018 issue.

This past March, Honey Cloudz was featured on ABC’s The View, selling out of inventory that same day.

Learn more about Angela Kornas and Honey Cloudz at


Posted 6/9/2020




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