Oscar Swag Reaches all-Time High at £61,000, FEED Haiti Goody bags Worth $200
FEED Haiti Oscar swag bag. Credit: B3
Oscar nominees, presenters, and performers took their pick of goody bags last night at the Academy Awards; attendees were offered gifts ranging from a Tiffany crystal-studded cat collar to tickets on an African safari, according to the Daily Mail. One swag bag that didn't break the bank-- this years bag worth £61,000 is the most expensive in history--was a FEED Haiti by Lauren Bush gift bag worth $200 given to 100 of the attendees, including Tom Hanks, Matt Damon, Sarah Jessica Parker, and others. Find out what else is in the bag, after the jump.Gift bag producer, B3 sent us a press release yesterday with all the details, below.
FEED Haiti bags were stuffed with 'must have' travel accessories, from Virgin Atlantic Gold Cards, providing access to world class lounges, priority check-in, upgrades, limo service and more miles; to Bye Bye Bunches (B3) a custom women's fashion necessity designed to keep your jeans down in your boots; Vineyard Vines whimsical ties and preppy boxers; Morgans Hotel Group eclectic compilation CD No 4 and Frank O'Hara's acclaimed book, "Meditations in an Emergency."
Each bag feeds 50 kids in Haiti through Lauren Bush's partnership with the United Nation's World Food Program. Goodie bag producer and B3 inventor, Sarah Stabile purchased 100 FEED Haiti bags and sent directly to Oscar nominees, presenters and performers, including: Carey Mulligan, Meryl Streep, Oprah, Charlize Theron, Kristen Stewart, Tina Fey, Queen Latifah, Gerard Butler, Alec Baldwin, Steve Martin, Morgan Freeman, Jake Gyllenhaal and George Clooney to name a few.
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