Gwyneth Paltrow Is All Set To Start Her Own Clothes Collection By 2015

Gwyneth Paltrow has qualifications like an actress, singer as well as a foodwriter too! Her website Goop gives us all related to fashion. The site is a complete package: it tells us about detoxification, gives tips about wardrobe as well as guides us about how to consciously un-couple! The Oscar-winning star has already done successful collaborations with Michael Kors, Matthew Williamson, and Stella McCartney to for unique capsule collections. But this time it is different!  Now the winner star is trying to do it all by herself! She is planning to start her own apparel collection!

Paltrow declared this in public very recently as she appointed Lisa Gersh as new CEO. This new collection will not disturb any old ties. The website will keep on dealing with its old and popular collaborations. The site is also planning teaming up with big names like Diane von Furstenberg! The site however plans to start its own collection by next year, where in it will first bring in basic wardrobe pieces. The brand also plans to deal in beauty care as well as home care products.

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In an interview with Reuters, Lisa said, “We’ve seen the mistakes out there. We’ll take small steps.”

Lisa, has already proved her talent as she has been CEO as well as president of ‘Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia’.  She happened to meet Paltrow via Gwyneth’s old friend as well as trainer Tracy Anderson. The Oscar winner looks like all set to start a new endeavor. Gwyneth said,”(Lisa) is the perfect person to build on the momentum we have already created at Goop, and to diversify our opportunities to bring Goop’s positive energy directly to consumers in what they read, what they try, what they buy and how they live,” as she talked with Reuters. Both of the ladies who are already on the top of their filed know mistakes done by celebrity lines in past and will prefer to go slowly.

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