Inside Grammys 2023 gift bag: liposuction, skincare and more

In the end, they’re all winners.

Hollywood’s elite are walking away from Sunday’s Grammys 2023 with a gift bag worth a whopping $60,000, Page Six Style has exclusively learned.

One of the most luxe items from this year’s swag is a gift card from Art Lipo plastic surgery, which we’re told can be used for liposuction treatments.

To ensure the stars stay camera-ready, they are also being gifted up to $10,000 worth of cosmetic and rejuvenation procedures.

Expecting celebrity parents will be pleased to learn that they’ll be taking home one of the priciest items in the bag: a Bugaboo Fox 3 Stroller worth more than $1,200.

A woman getting a cosmestic treatment done.
Several of the items in the luxe bag cater to celebs’ cosmetic needs.

A doctor drawing an outline on a patient's body.
Several of the items in the luxe bag cater to celebs’ cosmetic needs.


TurboFlex, an eyewear company known for its patented 360-degree rotating hinges, has also designed sunglasses exclusively for this year’s Grammys.

And although many of the stars attending boast their own skincare brands, the luxury line Miage is gifting celebrities its full set of products, valued at $515.

Other freebies will include the Aiper Seagall Plus, a robotic cleaner estimated to cost close to $500, and a ReFa shower head worth $325.

A promo shot of Miage skincare.
More than 50 items complete this year’s Grammys celebrity swag bag.

A promo shot of a Bugaboo stroller.
More than 50 items complete this year’s Grammys celebrity swag bag.


A promo shot of a ReFa shower head.
More than 50 items complete this year’s Grammys celebrity swag bag.


“We are excited to be back in Los Angeles and to once again be creating amazing Grammy gift magic,” Lash Fary of Distinctive Assets, the LA-based entertainment marketing company in charge of curating the bags, says in a statement.

“While our gifts are known far and wide for being fun, fabulous, useful and unique, they also serve a grander purpose. “

He adds, “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.”

Page Six Style is told that all presenters, performers and Grammy executives will receive this year’s swag bag — so Harry Styles, Shania Twain and Bad Bunny will all be $60,000-worth-of-products richer by late Sunday night.

The 2023 Grammys will air live on Feb. 5 from Los Angeles.

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