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Myne Inks Deal with Skinnydip

The Skinnydip x Myne card will be available later this month.

Skinnydip is expanding their licensing with Myne cards as part of a deal brokered by Charlotte Clisby of Attachment London.

The deal sees the creation of printed cards that protect from the hacking of credit and debit cards. Myne will release two designs for Skinnydip prints ‘Peachy’ and ‘Cherubs’ as part of the new partnership.

“Skinnydip is expanding into new and exciting ventures through licensing,” says Clisby. “This deal is so well suited to both brands. Skinnydip’s reputation as a lifestyle brand that makes the everyday more fun and fashionable pairs perfectly with the practical, forward thinking Myne Cards.”

Skinnydip Myne Cards will be available later this month on Amazon, as well as select fashion, travel and boutique gift retailers, and directly on and 

“Licensing Skinnydip’s iconic artwork really means a lot to us,” adds Keith Milburn, co-director, Myne Cards. “We wanted a license that resonates with in-fashion customers, reaching a demographic previously untouched by Myne Cards. Skinnydip started as the ‘latest tech accessory’ with their phone cases, that was really relatable to Myne Cards as we hope to have a Myne Card for everyone.”

Myne Cards deal with Skinnydip joins other recent licensing agreements with brands such as “Wallace & Gromit” and To Home from London

“We have focused our suite of licenses to be those with an engaged following on social media or online,” reports Alex Milburn, co-director, Myne Cards, “Offering a new way for companies to reinforce their brand with followers works for everyone, as we continue to educate the public on the need to protect their contactless cards.”

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