Some of the stars up for Oscars will lose, but they will still come away with six figures worth of free stuff.
The “swag bag” given to Oscar nominees has become a regular part of the awards for years now. The company Distinctive Assets puts together “Everyone Wins” bags for major nominees in the best actor, best actress, best supporting actor, best supporting actress, and best director categories.
The items for the 2017 Oscar nominees total over $A130,000 in value and include a wide assortment of both luxury and everyday products — from destination trips to ChapStick. Plus chocolates, jewellery, skin cream, and the more uncommon products like a pelvic exercise tracker and a vaporizer.
So Emma Stone, Viola Davis, Natalie Portman, Ryan Gosling, Damien Chazelle, and more have a lot to look through in their haul this year.
Distinctive Assets sent Business Insider some of the items from this year’s bag for a look inside.
Here’s everything we checked out in the 2017 “Everyone Wins” gift bag that Oscar nominees will take home:
A stay at the Koloa resort in Hawaii is just one of the trips provided in the gift bag (expect chocolate and macadamia nuts when you're there) ...
You can also have a private three-day mansion stay at the serene-looking Lost Coast Ranch in Northern California on the Pacific Ocean ...
There are also stays at the Golden Door destination spa in Southern California; the Grand Hotel Excelsior Vittoria in Sorrento, Italy; and the Grand Hotel Tremezzo in Lake Como, Italy.
There are plenty of sweet, indulgent treats in the swag bag. Chocolatines' Drunken Fig Cake Bites are infused with wine and, no lie, delicious.
Hand-dipped chocolates from Chubby Chipmunk are decadent and come in a box made to look like a book.
Opal apples are a more healthful option, and distinctive: They don't brown after cutting. We tried it out, and it worked.
An exclusive constellation pendant from Namira Monaco comes alongside earrings and a necklace from Park and Buzz.
Healing Saint Luminosity Skin Serum comes alongside the brand's Hair Follicle Stimulant, which claims to prevent further hair loss.
Dandi patches stop your sweat from showing -- particularly important when you're on live national TV.
You're supposed to sit on the SweetCheeks pads to 'increase circulation and reduce the appearance of cellulite.'
Casper, the bedding company launched in 2014, has an absurdly comfortable 'responsive' pillow that retails for $97.65 ...
The Positive Cube from Bangarang offers 199 cards of positivity and inspiring quotes. Every one purchased comes with a donation to a charity or cause.
The Elvie is an 'exercise tracker for your pelvic floor' and promises both a stronger core and 'better sex.'
The Rest-Rite Sleep Positioner gives a fellow sleeper a nudge to keep them off their back (and not snoring).
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