New Client AKA Erotic Emporium
New Client @ HQ. Couple of lines to sum up the DNA of said new client? erotica, erotique, burlesque, passion, rude, kinky, things to make me go blush blush blush, toys for the boudoir, antiquarian books that make Playboy look like Thomas the Tank Engine, sassy passion and a huge dose of cheekyness.
No Sex Please We’re British is so very passe. OK so I am aware we are now in second decade of the Noughties and that line came from the 1971 stage comedy, but I had the urge. Not a naughty urge now we’re on the subject, but the chirpy oh so very British urge of blurting it. How’s that for a cold winter’s soiree in January. Working with Fuse Communications on Brit-tastic Sam Roddick’s genius boutique, Coco de Mer.
Coco de Mer is celebrating its 10th birthday this year. How much have our reactions, views and inhibitions changed, altered, enhanced, been broadened and let go in the past decade? You know, it is the fearless Queen of Erotica deluxe we have to thank.x
Check out the Monmouth Street or Draycott Avenue for the most interesting interiors, titillating accessories for the boudoir. The music is great, the atmosphere cosy, the staff super down-to-earth and the collection of new and antique books is tasteful, priceless and of intellectual interest too. You have got to check out the salons too, for unique lessons in love. Learn to ‘Pleasure Him’ for the respectable fee of £69, naturally or if you are a beginner, the workshop entitled ‘Beginners Guide to Erotic Spanking’ hosted by Mistress Absolute has been highly recommended. Tease him, please her, caress him, touch her. And most importantly ENJOY!x
Leave your inhibitions behind and have your sexual repertoire inspired and masterfully enhanced. Making love just got even better.
If you want to know where I am going to be from 7pm on Thursday 3rd Feb, check out upstairs at Coco de Mer, Draycott Avenue…Taking a journalist along too for support. You’re never too old to learn new tricks, right?