All GOOP news is good news.
'GQ' isn't into GOOP.
Not a bad life, Paltrow.
Also, the latest Pringle ads star Tilda Swinton, not sheep.
It's not the same salvia that Miley was smoking.
But the chef admits that his movie-star friend has a good thing going with Goop.
It's not like we'd ever read the thing, but other people probably would.
Also, Gwyneth Paltrow has GOOPy hair tips.
First fried chicken, now ice cream.
Now that Ms. Zoe has launched her own e-mail newsletter, we've got two stylish celebrities competing for our in-box's attention.
Rachel Zoe's new newsletter launches with an ode to leopard-print heels.
Gwyneth does not chase opportunity. Opportunity comes to her.
In the latest installment of her newsletter, Goop, Gwyneth reveals that she recently made the acquaintance of a wonderful couple.
Who is Gwyneth's former "frenemy"?
Also, a Guess founder is running for governor of California and Gwyneth Paltrow wants you to shop your closet.
Her newsletter provides a fascinating glimpse into how her mind works. And we can't look away.
The line doesn't even have "GOOP" in the name. Boo.
The pork-eschewer endorses the Momofukus but seems a little confused about them.
From now on, when we think of GOOP, we will not picture the world-renowned fish formula and bait scent.