A goodie bag worth a staggering $60,000 was given to Grammy attendees who make the VIP list. Additionally, attendees at the Hollywood event, including presenters, singers, and Grammy executives, received about 50 free gifts, many of which were created especially for the year’s biggest night in Hollywood.
According to Page Six Style, the gift bags included a gift card from Art Lipo plastic surgery for procedures like liposuction as part of the luxury line-up. In addition, despite the fact that several attendees at the event own multimillion-dollar businesses in the same industry, an additional $10,000 worth of cosmetic and rejuvenation procedures were reportedly in the mix.
Furthermore, parents-to-be saved a significant amount on the highly desired Bugaboo Fox 3 Stroller, which costs more than $1,200. According to reports, there were also sunglasses called TurboFlex that were created especially for the 2023 Grammy Awards.
Additionally, All Better Co., Banila Co. USA, Beekeeper’s Naturals, Beli, C60 Purple Power, MUTHA, Daily Energy Cards, DAX Hair Care, cMD, global hair giant Garnier, and Lumibymari were some additional brands that were anticipated to be part of the luxury line-up. And tech and home goods from companies like Colorful Plates, JBL, Kind Reason Co., and Selfish Candles were also vying for space in the upscale homes of event attendees.
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The luxury bag curator, Lash Fary of Distinctive Assets, said in a statement: “We are excited to be back in Los Angeles and to once again be creating amazing Grammy gift magic. While our gifts are known far and wide for being fun, fabulous, useful, and unique, they also serve a grander purpose. “
“Many of the brands we include are from a diverse and inclusive array of small businesses who meaningfully benefit from the worldwide exposure that being associated with Music’s Biggest Night affords them. This is celebrity marketing with a mission,” he continued.
On another note, Bad Bunny, Mary J. Blige, Brandi Carlile, Luke Combs, Steve Lacy, Lizzo, Sam Smith and Kim Petras, Kacey Musgraves, Sheryl Crow, Mick Fleetwood, Bonnie Raitt, Maverick City Music & Quavo, and Questlove were just a few of the artists who performed at this year’s Grammy Awards.
Lastly, the 2023 Grammys was broadcast live from Los Angeles on February 5.