Fashion houses are constantly looking for the next best thing when it comes to inspiration and trends, so it’s no surprise Coach called on some of Hollywood’s most bad ass female celebrities to help design bags for their 75th anniversary collection and auction. Girls‘ star Lena Dunham, Blondie frontwoman and Middleton, NJ resident Debbie Harry and The Divergent Series actress Zoë Kravitz are just a few of the ladies lending their personal touch to the brand’s signature purses.
Jack Antonoff‘s girlfriend helped put a prehistoric spin on their classic black bucket bag. It’s adorned with dinosaur skeletal charms and embroidered with Coach’s mascot Rexy the Coach Dinosaur. To make the handbag even more unique, the Lenny Letter co-creator also signed it.
“I have always been an admirer of Stuart’s aesthetic, and I am so honored to be part of Coach’s global auction benefitting The Costume Institute at The Metropolitan Museum of Art,” Dunham told People. “I’ve always wanted to inspire a hoagie sandwich, but a bag is so much better.”
There will be 48 limited-edition bags featured in the collection, all of them benefiting the Costume Institute at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. The first $50,000 will be donated to the department helping to preserve the future and advancement of fashion as an art form.
The other arm accessories were inspired by other celebs like the brand’s ambassador Chloë Grace Moretz and Kate Bosworth, as well as, prominent athletes and artists.
Bidding for these exotic pieces begins October 19 at 12 p.m. until 5 p.m. on October 28. If you’re dying to get a sneak peek before the auction, click here.