GWYNETH Paltrow has flaunted her fit figure in red tights and a Gucci bra while showing off a drastic change to her appearance.
Ellen von Unwerth For BustleGwyneth Paltrow flaunted her fit figure in red tights and a Gucci bra while showing off a drastic change to her appearance[/caption]
Instagram/Gwyneth PaltrowPhotos of the Oscar-winning actress wearing the all-red outfit were posted to the digital magazine Bustle’s Instagram page[/caption]
For the cover story photoshoot, the Goop founder donned form-fitting red tights with a matching, long-sleeved sheer top.
Gwyneth’s Gucci-print bra was visible beneath her see-through blouse as she applied red lipstick in a snapshot that captured her sitting on a vanity.
The Royal Tenenbaums actor’s figure was on full display as she stared seductively at the camera with her back pressed against one wall and her red-heeled foot planted against another.
Gwyneth, who usually sticks with a very natural look, had her face made up for the shoot with dark eyeliner drawing attention to her bright blue eyes.
The businesswoman’s long blonde hair was parted down the middle and allowed to fall naturally past her shoulders and onto her chest.
Another photo, showed Gwyneth, still sporting the monochromatic look, drawing on a bathroom mirror.
“Goop” was written in the middle of a red heart that was drawn with lipstick.
The up-close photo showed the actor smiling as she looked back at the camera.
“She has a few fine lines. The sides of her eyes crinkle when she smiles, which she does often. She doesn’t appear to be… filled. Her hair, that signature blond, shines in the California sun.”
In the post’s comment section, one person wrote: “She looks her age”? Respectfully disagree. She looks phenomenal but saying that is a disservice to every woman trying to age gracefully (whatever that means) without millions of dollars in a society which does not allow women to age.”
“Came here to say the same thing! Geesh,” added another.
While a third commented: “Beautiful.”
After forging a successful acting career, Gwyneth stepped away from the entertainment industry to focus on her business.
In 2008, she launched Goop, a wellness brand that started as a newsletter and evolved into a multi-million dollar company.
Emmy award-winning actress launched Goop in 2008 from the kitchen in her home in London.
“Everything I write, everything that is on there, is very much from the heart,” she told USA Today.
“I never really knew where I wanted it to go when I was starting it. I just thought if I could affect one woman’s life positively who was trying to do all the things I was doing, and I had one solution that worked for me that might work for her, it was worth it to try and share it.”
A year after its launch, the Goop newsletter amassed 150,000 subscribers. But it wasn’t until 2012 that Paltrow decided to capitalize on her growing audience.
“I was doing something from a very real, very honest place,” she shared in an interview with Fast Company. “There wasn’t anything commercial about it. So when we decided to foray into commerciality, there was something to trust.”
After venturing into commerce, Goop has grown into a multi-million dollar brand. As of this writing, it’s worth $250million.
Goop was not just named after Paltrow’s initials, G.P.
According to the star, someone had told her that successful companies had double O’s in their names, so she settled on Goop.
Today, the brand markets itself as “a place of curiosity and nonjudgment, and we start hard conversations, crack open taboos, and look for connection and resonance everywhere we can find it.”
Over the years, Goop has received its fair share of criticism, especially when it released items and advocated for treatments that are more out there.
It sells a $66 jade egg for vaginas that used to claim to boost “sexual energy and pleasure” as well as “balance hormones, regulate menstrual cycles, prevent uterine prolapse, and increase bladder control.”
It also recommended vaginal steaming, which was supposed to “cleanse your uterus” and “balance female hormone levels.”
Goop also once endorsed bee sting therapy, which supposedly uses “real bee stings for ailments.”
But Paltrow pays no mind to people mocking her brand.
“People initially were like, ‘This is nuts,’” she told CEO Magazine.
“They thought I was insane and were up in arms. Now look: It’s a billions of dollars market. I don’t care about the haters. They are irrelevant to me.
“It’s like Brené Brown says: ‘I’m not making this work for people who aren’t in the arena.’ Haters don’t mean anything because they are not my people.”
Apart from selling home, fashion, and lifestyle products online, Goop also conducts wellness summits, runs a podcast, publishes travel guides, and operates brick-and-mortar stores.
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Paltrow is worth $200million.
Much of her wealth comes from Goop, but she has also amassed a fortune from her previous acting projects, her published cookbooks, and real estate.
TikTok/dearmediaGwyneth usually sticks with a natural look but went full glam for the Bustle photoshoot[/caption]
Ellen von Unwerth For BustleFor the cover story photoshoot, the Goop founder donned form-fitting red tights with a matching, long-sleeved sheer top[/caption]
Ellen von Unwerth For BustleGwyneth’s Gucci-print bra was visible beneath her see-through blouse in the new photos[/caption]