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Gwyneth Paltrow Just Messed With A $25K Bag

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    We haven't met a craft box we didn't like. On Saturdays, when we're not perched over plates of eggs and sparkling beverages, we're nose-deep in sequins, paint, and everything in between — creating things like badass cutoffs and jeweled platforms. Apparently, celebs like Gwyneth Paltrow, Cara Delevingne, Adele, and Georgia-May Jagger are right along with us — except they're not adding rickrack to a thrifted pair of plats. They're adding mink handles onto $2,000 bags.

    Teaming up with Fendi to mark the London flagship store opening on New Bond Street, the eclectic mix of influential women reinterpreted the label's popular satchel, the Peekaboo bag, with details highlighting their personal style, including watercolor strokes, candy-like beads, and graffiti prints. The bags will be displayed in the store throughout May and available for purchase online at a dedicated auction, with proceeds benefiting London and Bristol-based charity Kids Company. Fair warning: Bids start at a cool $25,000 right now. But, hey, looking is free.

    Click ahead to see a few of our favorite styles or check 'em all out here.

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