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April 25 2014

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2 posts tagged "GOOP"

Paltrow and McCartney’s Magical Mystery Collab

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Gwyneth Paltrow and Stella McCartney Host an English Garden Party for GoopIt seems that Gwyneth Paltrow’s lifestyle site, Goop—which has, in the past, collaborated with the likes of Warby Parker, Clare Vivier, and Butter London—has a new project in the works with Stella McCartney. While the Telegraph speculates about the details of the partnership—Sportswear? Lingerie? Skincare?—all we know, per the site’s homepage, is that it’s launching in September. As if next month isn’t busy enough, we’ll also be tuning in on the first to get the scoop on Goop.

Photos: Kevin Mazur/ Getty Images

Will Rabanne Return To The Runway?

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Is Paco Rabanne set for a comeback? The French brand—most recently designed by Gap mastermind Patrick Robinson and known now for its fragrances—may shift its focus to include beauty and clothes. Now we get to play the new designer guessing game. Who might it be? Well, there are a few out of work: Paulo Melim Andersson, Ivana Omazic. As ever, the fashion plot thickens.

L.A. reality TV series defector and star of The City Whitney Port gets a taste of East Coast criticism in the Times. The best appraisal, however, concerns her kind-of boyfriend: “…he is meant to be emblematic of ‘downtown,’ because he doesn’t care what people think, and he doesn’t comb.” Well played, New York. Well played.

Two more defect from the Park: Monique Lhuillier and Naeem Khan cancel their Fall runway shows at the tents. At this point, the only ones left will be Japanese photographers and people handing out free magazines.

You kiss your mother with that mouth? Gwyneth Paltrow reminds her GOOP readers that “bowel elimination is paramount for correct detoxification.”
Amen.

A Lily Allen and Agyness Deyn showdown may be in the works. Both Brits have been short-listed for a “female companion” role on a popular U.K. television series. We’ll give the British the benefit of the doubt and assume the part isn’t as sketchy as it sounds.

Photo: Condé Nast Archive/CORBIS