Gwyneth Paltrow goops Dallas with good things, including margaritas
The wellness-centric brand that shines brighter than all the rest in luxury lifestyle is returning to Dallas for another unique pop-up shop. Goop, founded by Gwyneth Paltrow, is headed back to Highland Park Village in April with some new and exciting surprises.
In 2014, Gwyneth Paltrow nearly shut down Highland Park Village with a personal appearance at the launch of her Goop pop-up shop. Remember? And for those who managed to miss that, the queen of all good things launched a second shop within Nordstrom at NorthPark that was equally as successful in 2017.
The award-winning actress and "it's all good" goddess will bring select apparel, accessories, and essentials like fragrance and skincare. Clean beauty brands stocked in the apothecary will include Lavido, Herbivore Botanicals, May Lindstrom, Rodin, French Girl, and Vintner’s Daughter. Clean Wellness items will come from Moon Juice, Sun Potion, CAP Beauty, and Four Sigmatic.
The Dallas store will sell luxury handbags from What Goes Around Comes Around, ready-to-wear accessories from Prada, and Goop’s own line of apparel, Goop Label.
And for the first time, Goop is creating what they are they are calling a "design and culinary marketplace" that will include a margarita bar in partnership with Cointreau (which is celebrating its 70th anniversary). On select days, the margarita bar will serve Goop-approved snacks and complimentary cocktails.
The design and culinary marketplace will also feature a stocked pantry with home and kitchen items for purchase. Think a Summerill & Bishop, Anne Black ceramics from Copenhagen, il Buco Vita ceramics made in Italy, and a Goop exclusive "Texas" tablecloth designed by Paltrow herself.
The Goop Dallas shop will pop up April 12-June 3, at 70 Highland Park Village.