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Can't quite afford the $39,000 backpack from The Row? Maybe you can afford to drop $19,000 on a pair of shoelaces. The solid gold laces from Mr. Kennedy are "handmade by Colombian workers and take 120 hours to produce." Sadly, though, they're limited to ten pairs per buyer. [The Look: Today]