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Lauren Bacall's Massive Couture Collection Is Going Up For Auction

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Noted Bad Bitch and O.G. sample sale shopper Lauren Bacall's insanely beautiful Central Park West home has been on the market since last fall (got $26 million? It could be yours!), and now, the furniture, art, and couture it housed is going up for auction. On March 31st and April 1st, Bonham's will auction off the 740 items that comprise "The Lauren Bacall Collection," Curbed NY reports, which includes everything from the actress's Louis Vuitton luggage sets to original Miro sketches.

Though many of the decorative objects and small furniture pieces are surprisingly affordable—priced between $300 and $500—there are multiple Robert Graham sculptures that'll likely sell for upwards of $30,000. To view the exhaustive 375-page PDF of every item that's up for auction, head here, but for a Bacall fix that's totally free, there's always the Museum at FIT's just-opened exhibit, "Lauren Bacall: The Look."