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Opening Ceremony hasn't let the end of the Olympics stop them from doing cool stuff. Case in point: Their first in-house collection of handbags is has just landed, and it's as sporty-urban-cool as you would expect from the brand. Ranging in price from $450 for the Pop-Up Mini Bucket Bag to $800 for the Tokyo Large Tote Bag, it's not cheap—but then, you were expecting that, too. [SheFinds]