CalExotics Releases 'Scandal' Fetish Line

Bob Johnson

LOS ANGELES — California Exotic Novelties has released its new BDSM “Scandal Collection.”

The 14-item fetish line includes restraints, harnesses and sensory accessories made with premium rings and clasps and designed with red and black brocade.

“Featured at the ANME Show in July 2013, Scandal quickly became one of the most talked about new brands of the season. It really has an incredible ‘wow-factor’ that grabs attention. People love the luxurious brocade, the soft padding, the pretty lace trim and the velvety interior that feels amazing against the skin. Scandal is sophisticated fetish and takes fantasy play to a whole new level,” CalExotics President and CEO, Susan Colvin, said.

The company noted that Scandal offers something for all levels of play.

“The neat thing about Scandal,” explained Jackie White, vice president of sales, “is the way the brand targets the current trend in fetish gear. These types of items are so incredibly hot right now. Plus Scandal is designed to appeal to beginners as well as those who are more experienced, making it very wide reaching. Scandal by California Exotic Novelties is a must-stock collection.”

Included in the line are Scandal Bed Restraints — adjustable wrist and ankle cuffs which may be used under the bed or as individual tethers, the Scandal Corset Harness — with reinforced double stitching and sensual lace ties, the Scandal Collar with Leash — dual-sided collar with universal buckle and detachable leash, and the Scandal Over the Door Cuffs — fully adjustable straps that can be attached to a bar hook for secure over the door placement.

“Every item in the Scandal Collection is a winner,”  Al Bloom, senior director of business affairs, added. “The packaging tells a story with stunning photography that looks incredible when placed on a store wall together. I highly suggest using our free Visual Merchandising Plans to maximize the impact of Scandal at the store level.”

For more product information about the product line visit, call Bloom at (909) 465-4946, or email