Location: Soho, NYC
Event: Pleasure to the People – How Design Is Returning Sex to Its Rightful Owners
Show time: 8 PM
Food: Nha Trang
Drink: Naked Lunch
Miscellaneous: La Esquina
Though the sex toy industry is a lucrative business, many don’t cater to what the user wants. At Pleasure to the People – How Design Is Returning Sex to Its Rightful Owners, Ethan Imboden, founder of the innovative sex product design company Jimmyjane, discusses the role of design in his line of vibrators and the positive implications on how we interact with sex products. While you’re there, check out the debut of Little Something — Jimmyjane’s luxury line of precious metal vibrators, enter to win Jimmyjane’s newest vibe, Form 2, enjoy cocktails, and sign up for a chance to win a Little Gold Eternity, a diamond-encircled 24k gold vibe worth $2,750. One of the best affordable Vietnamese restaurants in the city, Nha Trang is right near the downtown courthouse, making it a high volume place. Despite that, the food is great and the Pho (rice noodle soup) dishes are $5 and under. Named after William S. Burroughs novel, Naked Lunch is a cool and comfortable bar where local artists usually gather. No shooting up though! One of the best taqueria’s in the city, the Mexican food at La Esquina is authentic and to die for. While tacos will set you back $3, plates are in the $6 to $7.25 range.
[…] in NYC (where J.J. Founder, Chairman & Chief Creative Ethan Imboden is appearing for a talk this very night) to Good Vibrations in San Francisco, to too many other high-end shops to name. I had the pleasure […]