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Tuesday, August 28, 2012

Montreal Fetish Weekend, Cocktails and Madria Latex!

Thursday night we'll be hosting an intimate cocktail party in honour of Montreal's Fetish Weekend and the arrival of Madria Latex in our boutique of treasures. Come say hello, have a drink and acquire fun new play things ;)
Free entrance and open to everyone after 8pm
Check out the event HERE

The MONTREAL FETISH WEEKEND listens to your suggestions and will deliver a round-the-clock, action packed weekend maximizing interactive side-shows rather than on stage performances making you the true star of the event.

Get ready as the city embraces our fetish ideal during 5 days and nights of unbridled kinky delights. Themed events, workshops, dining, cocktails, shopping and the amazing Fetish Photo Walk are mere beginnings to your fetish holiday!

Thursday, August 9, 2012

Madria Latex Now Available!

We're VERY excited to announce that we're now selling Madria Latex at the boutique! All pieces are hand made, one of a kind designs made right here in Montreal. We offer a wide range of products, such as pasties, bows, chokers, bodysuits, dresses and gloves ranging from 20$ to 300$
Come check them out!
Here are some shots from Madria's latest fashion show, these items and more are available at the boutique!

Monday, August 6, 2012


I went to see Wicked last friday night with a close friend who happens to LOVE musicals. I, however, usually want to hit someone in the face with a chair two numbers in. Musicals grate on my nerves and make me feel like a pretentious douche bag. Who the hell breaks into song.... for EVERYTHING? 

Ok, ok, I know I have to let myself enjoy the show and let go - usually I have to force myself to like it... except this time, I didn't have to force anything (I guess my friend knows me well, plus I suppose a mutual love of Oz didn't hurt!) I enjoyed it right from the very beginning. It was funny, entertaining, light hearted and had amazing special effects.

Both lovely actresses (Christine Dwyer and Jeanna de Waal) gave me goosebumps with their flawless voices and made pretty much everyone around me cry including this cute little asian girl sitting beside me who exclaimed for nearly everything; 
Singing: in tears with heavy sobs
Something nice happens: claps with joy, "yay!"
Something bad happens: "oh! oh no oh no oh no"!
and so on....
This, my friends, was a person that (probably, most definitely) religiously watches Glee. Normally I would find this annoying as fuck, but she was so endearing - she became part of the experience.

So, needless to say, Wicked is now #2 in my list of musicals I'd watch again (#1 being Rocky Horror) - #2 out of 2, not bad. Hell, I liked it so much I bought a hoodie and a keychain too.

You should check it out if you can get seats!

Here are some press photos for your enjoyment

Speakeasy Burlesque - When the Dolls get Dirty!

Here are some snapshots of our last show courtesy Hugo Trottier, L'Abreuvoir, Sheryl Black and Argaive Anostro. This was by far our most fabulous and fun show... and as you'll see, things got a little messy. Special thanks to Madria Latex for Lavender May's fantastic latex outfit (Madria's one of a kind latex pieces will now be available at the studio for purchase)!

Mlle Oui Oui Encore

Dolly Darling

Lavender May

Lavender May (Abreuvoir)

Bittersweet Billie (Abreuvoir)

Lola Lizard


Cutest bartender EVER (Abreuvoir)

Lola Lizard and a portion of the crowd (Abreuvoir)

Stage Bunny Annabelle

BonBon Bombay

Dolly's Bunnies

Lavender May by Sheryl Black

Crowd by Sheryl Black

Kitty Kin-Evil

Rouge à Lèvres

Lovely ladies (Abreuvoir)

Lovely ladies (Abreuvoir)

Lola Lizard

Emerie and Sheryl Black

Lola Lizard and Bittersweet Billie

Crowd participation!

Dolly Darling and her bunnies

Bittersweet Billie

French Kiss and Rouge à Lèvres

The crowd prepared for a messy act....

Velma Candyass

Cherry Typhoon

Cherry Typhoon

Lavender May

BonBon Bombay

Coin-Operated Boy