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Ample Apfel

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Iris Apfel's handbag line, "Extinctions," just made its debut at Henri Bendel. The bags retail for $228-$398 and are made out of rare, expensive stuff like Mongolian lamb hair. They're also colorful, fluffy, and huge. "My eyeglasses are so big, they don't fit into smaller bags," Apfel explained to WWD. The big bags probably also have plenty of room for all your extra bottles of Toco Toucan nail polish and Robin's Egg eye shadows. [SheFinds]