New York fantasy architects Dances of Vice and Company XIV prepare to round off Pride Week 2018 with a fetishistic midsummer bacchanalia in collaboration with TORTURE GARDEN, the world’s largest fetish nightlife brand and top latex fashion label, at iconic New York City landmark, Capitale NY.
CODES OF CONDUCT:
We know that fans of our costume parties are no strangers to fantasy, but if this is your first time attending a fetish event, be sure to observe the following protocol:
DRESS THE PART: Torture Garden is a fantasy clubbing experience. As such, fantasy or fetish attire is required for admission. Leather, latex, masks, corsets, burlesque, uniforms, fancy dress, lingerie, artistic nudity and costume play is welcome. Guests in jeans or basic club attire will be turned away. If you are unsure, black tie with a mask is acceptable. You may be refused entrance at the door if you have not abided by our dress code, with no refund. Coat check is available.
NO PHOTOGRAPHY: Guests are not permitted to take photos, even selfies, anywhere beyond the lobby/entrance area. Violators will be removed and publicly scorned, and not in the exciting way. Official event photographers, identifiable by their photo badge, will be happy to take your photo, if desired.
BE RESPECTFUL: We aim to create a safe space for attendees of all backgrounds and levels of experience. This means being willing to inform and welcome those who may be new and curious; but if you are new, don't gawk, either. As an adult event based on respect and consensual behavior, we have a zero tolerance policy towards any kind of harassment, which includes lurking or touching another person or their property without consent.
ASK QUESTIONS: Dungeon monitors, identifiable by guardian armbands, will be present and available for any questions and safety concerns. We practice affirmative, EXPLICIT CONSENT. Yes means yes, no means NO. Assume nothing about another's gender, orientation, limits, and preferences. Wonderful things can happen to those who ask...
The best erotic experiences require trust, and we place our trust in you to practice proper party etiquette.