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This February Melbourne's own Playroom is hosting a market day that will showcase a wide range of gear and toy makers, fetish fashion brands and designers and other local and interstate businesses that cater to the Australian BDSM community.

The Fetish Market will be held on Sunday the 23rd of February at Venus Babes in Braeside, with doors opening at 10am and entry being by gold coin donation. All are welcome and their event description describes the dress code as "kink, fetish or vanilla" - which means you can dress up or dress down for a day of connecting with other likeminded folk whilst you check out all of the wares on offer.

Playroom's previous Fetish Market days have been held at the renown pro-dungeon Fetish House and now-closed Splinter warehouse. The Fetish Market offers a great way to get to know some of the creators behind some of your favourite kinky businesses and to truly see the talent and diversity in what they have to offer. It is also a great way to spend a lazy Sunday whilst still infusing a bit of kink into your weekend.

The range of businesses showcased this time around vary in their specialities, with products ranging from jewellery to impact toys, to latex and leather garments and accessories, shoes, kink furniture and equipment and much, much more. The current extensive lineup of businesses listed to be at the Fetish Market are as follows:

Archangel Creations

Fantasy Fair

Frau and Das Uberdom

Gear Bags from S.M.A.K.M

Kinky Kandles

Mistress J67 - The Art of Rope

Red's Toys

Sweet Peach Creations

The Ring Dragon

Tamara Perrett Artwork

Torny's Treasures



WHAT: The Fetish Market presented by Playroom.

WHERE: Venus Babes - 41 Downard Street, Braeside VIC

WHEN: 10am - 5pm. WHO: All welcome! Dress up or dress down.

COST: Gold coin donation for entry into the market place.



Playroom is an inclusive and welcoming Melbourne-based play space that caters to kinksters of all experience levels. They operate several events each month in various locations across the city and work in partnership with different venues and organisations to create unique experiences for the local community. Find out more about Playroom by visiting their Facebook page.


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