Jimmyjane Now Available At Eldorado

Distributor Partners with Award-Winning Pleasure Products Manufacturer
Eldorado, an award-winning distributor of pleasure products, party supplies and lingerie, announced today that it has added the design-centric brand, Jimmyjane to its growing product selection. 
Since 2004, Jimmyjane has produced award-winning vibrator designs that use the best materials inside and out. Many of their designs have appeared in leading publications around the world, such as GQ, Men’s Health and Gizmodo. Jimmyjane winning designs include the Form 2, 3, 4, and 6 along with Little Chroma and the new Hello Touch. The Hello Touch is the smallest fingertip vibrator available that turns users’ fingers into natural vibrators to be used all over the body, externally and internally. 
Jimmyjane was founded on the belief that life is better with a sexy twist. 

“Eldorado is extremely proud and excited to bring Jimmy Jane into our product offerings for our customers. The amount of media exposure, award-winning designs, ingenuity and exceptional quality – makes this line a sure fire winner for retailers.” says Larry Garland, Eldorado founder and CEO.
The full line of Jimmyjane is available for purchase in a variety of styles through Eldorado. Contact your account manager orsales@eldorado.net for more details.

About Eldorado
An award-winning distributor of adult toys, party supplies and lingerie, Eldorado is an unrivaled pleasure products powerhouse. With the sole focus of giving all the best to its customers, Eldorado provides the most knowledgeable staff, a huge collection of educational resources and an unparalleled lingerie selection. Eldorado offers a wide range of fulfillment services for online retailers both foreign and domestic. Experience the legend of Eldorado — an industry leader with legendary prowess. For more information please contact Eldorado’s sales department at 800-525-0848, or sales@eldorado.net or visit www.Eldorado.net

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Lipgloss & Lace

               by Mandie Mutchie

In my last edition of Lipgloss & Lace, I explored body issues (again), specifically with the focus being on the drama between “Fit Mom,” and “Curvy Girl.”

I want to take a look even further, and to illustrate my point in a much stronger way than I could with words, please check out this video before continuing reading.

Wow. If you’re anything like me, you may need some time to process that. You may need the time to grab a tissue and dab away a tear.

Now… First of all, how beautiful! I thought it was such an amazing project, and one that really hit me hard. Why, you might ask?

I felt that it was SO BRAVE of the people in the video to do what they did. In fact, I thought to myself “I am not even sure if I would want to see that of me!”

A friend and I had a feeling that we had distorted ideas of our own body images, and set out to find each other’s body double, which we never successfully found. In fact, the closest to my body double was actually a drag performer, since I am on the muscular side. Can you imagine having a mannequin made with your measurements?

I think there should be. What percentage of people are shaped like store mannequins? I bet it is under 5%.

Mannequins as representation of how clothes are supposed to fit are just another way that fitting in with an ideal (and a nearly impossible to reach one, at that) is perpetuated.

Here’s another video that I thought was a great summary of how the media affects our self-esteems.

We’re all familiar with the photoshopping and such, but what can we do about it? I thought it was so profound when she said that the first thing she said is that we need to recognize it. This is a big challenge for me, too! I need to stop comparing myself to images I see in magazines. Even Cindy Crawford wished she looked like Cindy Crawford! While I love the photoshopped version of myself, and I love my unretouched self, I need to learn to love the latter more (say that ten times fast)!

A while back, I said that I needed to make a commitment to spreading positivity in my own media and social media, and I am going to do that now by recognizing a magazine that has a no-photoshop policy that I love!

Here’s an article and some pictures to go with it!

I have to say that I love that white suit, and it looks way better Realway than on the Runway!

As a designer, or as a boutique owner, or press, or whatever your role is in the industry, what can you do to help the self esteem of your customer? If you’re a woman, how can you empower yourself? How can you empower other women?

Before I conclude, I want to give a taste of things to come, as well as an invitation.

First of all, I wanted to invite you all to take part in a 30-day goal setting and organizational challenge that I will be leading on facebook starting Wednesday, January first. If you are interested, please contact me! My info is below.

Secondly, if you aren’t already, please follow me on social media, as I will be making a big announcement in the next couple weeks. I am super excited! Plus, I love connecting with people and would love to dialogue with you all!

Finally, let’s make a commitment to positivity in 2014! Who’s with me?



Amanda Mutchie began her professional modeling career nearly ten years ago, and has appeared in many national and international publications, and commercials. Over the course of her modeling career, she worked with many acclaimed makeup artists, learning from them along the way. She eventually became a makeup artist herself and started FaceScape Artistry. Now she works with incredible photographers, models, brides, and other clients to create glamorous as well as natural makeup looks. She also channels her passion for fitness and nutrition and desire to help others into her work as a beachbody coach, and is pursuing her Master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction.

For more information on Mandie go towww.MandieM.comwww.facescapeartistry.com, email Mandie at mandelicious@gmail.com or follow her on Twitter @mandelicious.  Don’t forget to “like” her pages on facebook, too!  www.facebook.com/MandieLM &www.facebook.com/FaceScapeArtistry  www.lipglossnlace.com 
picture by Michael Coakes – www.coakes.com 

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Third Time’s the Charm

The Halloween industry is quite busy churning out
1,000’s of costumes per year. Many sexy costumes from at least one hundred different manufactures.
So it’s kind of surprising when one of your costumes
gets singled out on television. It’s even more of a
surprise when 3 of your designs get chosen. Well that’s what happened to Mark Behar who’s 99% salesman 1% designer.

A couple of years ago The Ellen Degeneres show called and wanted to include Behar’s Nemo costume on her show.
Being that Ellen played the incredibly well liked Dori
in the hit movie it was a natural.
The “Finding Nemo” segment was hysterical stating that it looked like Nemo went to Hooters. The costume proved to be a certified number one hit for a couple of years.

It did come as a shock to Behar when two of his other designs hit the airwaves. Degeneres once again found one of Mark’s designs; the Chocolate Chip Cookie sold exclusively atYandy.com and featured it on the hit show. Ellen stated “nothing says sexy like a half eaten cookie”.

The 3rd and final design that made the air waves, really had everyone laughing. Mark’s sexy Jolly Ranchers were being named one of the ten worst sexy costumes of the year. The Jolly Rancher featured Gina Marie of Big Brother 15, which brought more attention to the costume. There is no end to the amount of press dedicated to it.

When asked about his good fortune of having his designs all over the airwaves Behar just had to laugh.
“With all the thousands of costumes being created each year I really find it awesome that Ellen keeps discovering my designs.” Mark said laughing. ” I have some fun ones coming out again this year so who knows where they will end up.”
To contact Mark Behar email him at 

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Baci Lingerie Garners 6 Nominations for 2014 XBIZ Awards

From Lingerie Lines to Eyelashes, Baci Recognized
Across the Board for High-Quality Products to ‘Celebrate Every Woman!’ 
Baci Lingerie receives six nominations for an array of products and lines for the 2014 XBIZ Awards, held at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, California on Friday, January 24.
In addition to Lingerie / Apparel Company of the Year, which Baci was awarded in both 2011 and 2012 by XBIZ, the luxury goods company has been nominated for the following:
• Lingerie Collection of the Year, Dreams 2
• Sensual Accessory Product / Line of the Year, Luna Veneziana Masquerade Collection
• Sensual Accessory Product / Line of the Year, Baci Eyelashes
• Marketing Campaign of the Year, Corsets by Baci
• Luxury Toy / Line of the Year, Shiri Zinn for Baci
“We’re truly honored to receive these nominations,” says Baci Lingerie Director of Global Sales and Operations Christian Savoie. “It’s humbling to be recognized for all our various lines by our industry peers; it means we’re making the right choices for our designs and new products, as well as the retail support we provide around the world, to ensure that Baci is a global brand known for luxury and quality. Thank you, XBIZ, on behalf of everyone in the Baci family.”

This is the third consecutive nomination for Baci Eyelashes, which offers users “glamour in the blink of an eye;” the product line earned both the 2012 and 2013 XBIZ Awards for Sensual Accessory Product / Line of the Year. Baci’s plethora of easy-to-apply natural, fashion and glamour eyelashes allow women to accessorize their facial makeup, whether in the mood to be fun and flirty or dramatic and intense. Eyelash sub-collections include Natural Look, Starlight Edition, Magic Colors, Glamour, and Paradise Dreams. The lashes range from an enhanced natural look, to colors, rhinestones, or feathers.
The Luna Veneziana Masquerade Collection is handmade in Italy and distributed by Baci. Many masks are embellished with Swarowski Elements crystals, while each Mask features bendable elements, allowing the wearer to adjust the fit to the face for optimum wear and comfort. More than 30 styles of the ornate Masks were part of the collection’s launch.
Corsets by Baci is the company’s newest collection and features steel boning for a comfortable fit. The Fall/Winter set is inspired by heavier, richer materials, such as leather and suede, as well as metal. The Valentine’s Set is inspired by the essence of the romantic holiday, featuring lace and satin. The Spring/Summer set is playful and encompasses the outdoors through floral patterns and the use of denim. The Bridal Set is more elegant, influenced by the erotic fantasy of a woman’s wedding night.
The Dreams 2 Collection of bedroom costumes was created for those looking to spice up their love lives with some role-playing. The collection includes mischievous and sexy nods to costumes depicting nurses, schoolgirls, flight attendants, secretaries, cops, and more. Each costume in the Dreams Collection is luxurious yet affordably priced. In keeping with Baci’s ongoing efforts to “Celebrate Every Woman,” all lingerie products have been extended to include Plus Size offerings, to make all Baci products available to beautiful women of all sizes.
“Shiri Zinn for Baci” is the luxury goods company’s first venture into the sexual aids market. Acollaborative effort with luxury adult novelty designer Shiri Zinn, Baci introduced the Minx Designer Vibrator, styled with the Baci brand in mind. Every vibrator displays 12 Swarovski crystals encircling a stainless steel end cap as well as a detachable pink and black feather tail. Each comes in a handcrafted snakeskin box with satin lining, with “Shiri Zinn for Baci” on the lid, stamped in silver.
With over 20 international partners working harmoniously to streamline trends, fashion, concepts, philanthropic endeavors, and global vision, Baci Lingerie’s synchronized network carries the Baci brand and philosophy to all territories simultaneously, allowing Baci to embrace and encourage the beauty of women throughout the world.
Baci Lingerie prides itself on the use of the finest materials and flattering styles utilized in all its products, designed to compliment every woman, enhancing her innate and unique sex appeal. All Baci products promote healthy sexuality and a sex-positive lifestyle, and all Baci collections exist to inspire sexual confidence in women.
About Baci Lingerie:
Baci Lingerie, which derives its name from the Italian word “kisses,” is a celebration of women. Baci’s exquisite lingerie officially debuted to the public in 2010 at the International Lingerie Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. The fine fabrics and flattering styles complimented every woman, enhancing her innate and unique sex appeal. The brand continues to evolve with new collections and designs, including its Diva line, which encourages women of all shapes and sizes to embrace their sexy side. Baci’s international partners work harmoniously to streamline trends, fashion, and concepts, while carrying the brand and philosophy to women of all walks of life. Baci is the brand to wear, featuring something for everyone and every occasion. Made by women, for women, Baci promotes healthy sexual confidence and “Celebrates Every Woman!” For more information, visit www.Baci.com.
About the XBIZ Awards:
For over a decade, glitz, glamour and the biggest names in the world of adult entertainment have made the XBIZ Awards show the biggest night of the year and the most prestigious symbol of industry success. Since its beginnings, the XBIZ Awards has grown into a mega gala event, generating buzz throughout the business and media. Now in its twelfth year, with an expanded list of more than 150 award categories, the 2014 awards show is set to feature the most expansive array of categories in XBIZ Awards history and will be held at the Century Plaza Hotel in Los Angeles, California, on Friday, January 24. As the proliferation of adult entertainment into pop culture continues, the XBIZ Awards have evolved, drawing stars and hopefuls to the annual event. For more information, visit http://xbizawards.xbiz.com.
For international sales information, please contact:Sales@baci.com
For inquiries regarding New Business Development, please contact:
For international inquiries and information on becoming an exclusive Baci Lingerie distributor, contact: 

For general Baci information, please contact:
info@baci.com  818-783-6300
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