• Julieta Chiara

Kiki de Montparnasse: The High Class Orgasm


I won't lie to you, with age I'm definitely getting fancier- and that's totally valid. I no longer let my pussy settle for that $15 vibrator from Spencers that's useless- we deserve BETTER. So much better. Since sex is my craft, it would only make sense that my collection starts to also garner its taste. I find thrill in having collectors pieces, and pieces that I'm proud to showcase around my homes. If the toy looks like a piece of art, then it most certainly belongs in your vulva and your home. Kiki De Montparnasse is here to help you do it.




The taste of luxury

Kiki de Montparnasse is not for the typical- it's for those who put value in their desire, seduction, and self care. With dress pieces and lingerie ranging very regularly above $500, I can appreciate how tasteful and stunning every portion of this website and its products are.


"Kiki De Montparnasse is a luxury fashion & lifestyle brand that celebrates intimacy & inspires confidence, independence, & imagination. Established in 2005, Kiki’s collections including: Ready-to-Wear, Lingerie, Bridal, Swimwear, Athleisure, Items of Pleasure, & Accessories, define a new category of luxury that elevates & empowers the client.  The quality and attention to detail in each piece is the fundamental component that sets Kiki apart. Kiki De Montparnasse pieces are created to cater to the highest expectations & are meant to be experienced & enjoyed."



Kiki's cofounder, Molly, reached out to me to try two of their unique pleasure products, the Dual Warming Wand and Flexi Vibe. Dressed in one of the dreamiest colors I've ever seen on a sex toy, Midnight, I could see these pieces sitting seductively next to my new Louboutins. Divine timing? I think yes.


These are not big brand, stock item toys: It's clear they have been handcrafted with luxury in mind. Even more surprising? These pleasure products have super affordable pricing given their luxury status. Does the sex toy industry have some big competition? I think yes.


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