A sex positive, sex crazed, furniture sale is taking place on Saturday in New York City, and it’s worth checking out.
Dubbed the “Macys Fashion Show,” the event will offer “trendy, chic, and sexy new items,” including “sleek, vintage, and modern furniture and accessories,” according to a description on Facebook.
According to the website, the sale will be “in collaboration with Macys,” and it’ll run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., on Sunday from 10 a.ms. to 2 p.ms., and on Monday from 10:30 a.mo. to 4:30 p.mo., the site says.
Macys’ catalog, which has an extensive collection of retro-styled furniture, will be sold “in an array of styles and prices.”
The catalogue includes items like “sleeping bed frames” and “sexy, minimalist furniture,” according a description.
According the description, some of the items will be on sale until July 10, but they won’t all be available for purchase at once.
In addition to the catalog, the event also has “sensual sex accessories” such as “sextoys, vibrators, and handbags.”
“Sensual sex” is defined as “sexual acts, including oral, vaginal, anal, and other sexual activities, without any penetration or any sexual contact,” according the description.
“I’m excited to see the Macys Fashion show come to life in NYC and beyond,” said the Macy founder, who went by the handle “KinkyMacys” in a Facebook post.
“I’m looking forward to seeing the diverse and vibrant collection of items that will be part of this show.”
Macys is not the only retailer selling vintage and retro-inspired furniture at this year’s show.
In September, the retailer was featured in an episode of the hit Netflix series “The Blacklist,” in which it showed off its “modern vintage” collection.
The Macys show, which is expected to sell out quickly, is a continuation of the company’s “Sexy Macys” initiative, which began in 2016.
In August, the company launched “Sex-Positive, Sex-Crazed” a website where it shares vintage and vintage-inspired items, including clothing, accessories, and home decor.
The website features photos of vintage items from the company.
In January, Macys said it was launching a “sex positive, fashion-forward catalog” in 2017, and plans to showcase its collection in the coming months.
The company also announced plans for a “retro chic” catalog in 2017.
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