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Art History Majors, Reed Krakoff Designed Your Dream Tote

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Tonight, Washington museum The Phillips Collection honors Reed Krakoff for his contribution to American fashion, photography, and art. And to benefit The Phillips, the designer and Ultimate Fighting aficionado has created a series of one-of-a-kind handbags to complement the work in the museum's new exhibition, "Made in the USA: American Masters from the Phillips Collection, 1850-1970." That means luxury totes inspired by Alexander Calder and Josef Albers.

Want to walk around with a piece of art on your arm? You don't even have to go to tonight's Phillip Collection gala to bid on the four bags. They're currently listed online at auction site Gavel&Grand, where the bidding starts at $800 for all of the bags except the Calder tote, which includes a Saks Fifth Avenue styling session and tickets to the Reed Krakoff show for New York Fashion Week February 2015. Bidding for that one starts at a cool $3,000.

· Reed Krakoff Talks Phillips Honor, Made in USA [WWD]
· The Fighter [Style.com]
· Phillips Collection Auction [Gavel & Grand]