Goop is hip and current and with it. They will soon be sending out lifestyle advice via Snapchat to weed-smoking teenagers everywhere.
Last week, I tried to imagine what sort of advice Goop, health bible for Gwyneth stans, might promote in its first-ever sex issue. It finally came out on Monday, and I think that I was impressively close.
When I walked into the GOOP MRKT on its opening day, I was shocked by how quiet it was. There was a single security guard standing in the store. To the left of the main entrance, the pop-up’s resident baristas spoke quietly amongst themselves. By the living room, three girls, white, probably in their twenties, with…
Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle brand for close, personal friends of Gwyneth Paltrow, has been robbed! MRKT, the company’s pop-up shop in New York City, was burgled of “a very limited number of items” totaling more than $173,000.
Goopster Gwyneth Paltrow has written another cookbook which she has mockingly titled: It’s All Easy: Healthy, Delicious Weeknight Meals in Under 30 Minutes.
Hey! How ya doin’? Good? Great, me too! Well, aside from this one little issue. See, Goop is the exclusive seller of four $1,695 “hip-hop-inspired” Edie Parker clutches and I was thinking maybe you could help me figure out why.
Chavie Lieber, a writer for Racked, has taken a look at Goop, Gwyneth Paltrow’s sole job for 2015. Lieber has truly done more than taken a look—she’s captured Goop in its very essence, stringing words together until they wrap you in a warm cashmere blanket of Goopiness, until you can hear Gwyneth Paltrow softly…
Because that is what good parents do, according to Gwyneth.
Today marks the annual GOOP closet sale, in which La Gwyneth and her famous friends sell their expensive clothes to benefit various charities (and their own hopelessly cluttered lives!). As of this writing, almost everything is sold out except two pairs of Jennifer Aniston’s ugliest shoes.
Because Gwyneth Paltrow wants her kids to lead a doleful and cheerless life she told Bloomberg Television that Goop could one day be theirs. "I never wanted to do a proprietary brand," she said of her lifestyle site. "I wanted it to be its own thing that my children can run one day if they want to!"
In the latest post at her really helpful and down-to-earth lifestyle site GOOP, Gwyneth Paltrow suggested that we all make sex bark. What is sex bark? According to GOOP it's "a quick and potent chocolate recipe perfect for a sweet bite after a romantic dinner." For getting your Valentine's Day sexy on, duh. What…
Appearing on Live! with Kelly and Michael Wednesday morning to promote Into the Woods, Meryl Streep revealed that her Thanksgiving was chock full of excitement: her oven apparently "does not do it" so on this holiday, since she lives in the same building in New York City as Gwyneth Paltrow, Meryl popped over to use…
BREAKING: Gwyneth Paltrow is self-aware enough to know you (and Martha) might not be that into her and she is okay with it enough to joke about it.
Good news for Gwyneth: despite the reported financial issues plaguing her decorative napkin company, it's got a new CEO (who previously headed up Martha Stewart Living) and hot new plans for the New Year.
Are you a person who has never had to do anything for herself and is just now discovering basic tenets of personal care? Is it a miracle that you haven't accidentally died by drowning in a bathtub or sink or chardonnay glass or accidentally nailing your head to a Christmas tree? Then you will find Goop's latest…
After Mariah Carey's lawyer worked out a confidentiality agreement with Nick Cannon's lawyers, barring him from saying anything about their impending divorce, Cannon has contended that he was the one who ended their marriage. Via TMZ:
Normal People often bristle at the notion that celebrities, whose job requires them to have zero life skills, have suddenly discovered basic life skills, adopted them as hobbies, and feel qualified to teach the masses how to be better at doing the stuff they were already doing via a lifestyle blog.