A friendly reminder that sometimes less is more.
No corporate office vibes here.
The brand is donating what it would've spent on the shoot — one million euros — to Rome's Lazzaro Spallanzani Hospital.
A new wave of labels are mixing things up on the step-and-repeat.
Gwyneth Paltrow's controversial Netflix series is exactly what you'd expect — but, like, 10 times crazier.
The next-level bra is dominating recent magazine covers and the red carpet.
You impressed us this year, Hollywood.
Plus, Lucy Boynton wears a high-low mix of Chanel and Zara as a high school senior in Ryan Murphy's new Netflix series.
The celebrity-filled red (uh, purple) carpet featured dozens of dazzling looks — and some genius Marvel-inspired accessories.
"You're never prepared for that," says the Chief Revenue Officer, about meeting Founder & CEO Gwyneth Paltrow for the first time.
In an industry that's been dominated by whiteness and cost-prohibitive prices, it's time to change the narrative.
Plus, what Gucci can teach luxury brands about millennials.
Plus, the Dazed 100 features Teddy Quinlivan, Anok Yai, Desmond is Amazing and more.
It's a highly Instagrammable, wellness-filled oasis.
The first edition features the Goop goddess herself, talking energy, earthing, cleansing and bee venom.
Green juices, you've been dethroned.
Plus, why #skintertainment is having a moment.
Danielle DuBoise and Whitney Tingle's brand has found fans in Gwyneth Paltrow, Lily Aldridge, Amber Valletta and Lena Dunham.
Plus, Jasmine Sanders — a.k.a. Golden Barbie — stars in today’s "Love" advent video.
Plus, Kate Moss goes rock-and-roll for the 25th anniversary issue of "Dazed."
The in-house apparel collection will launch in small batches monthly and is available only on Goop.com.
You know how you're supposed to cool down by eating zesty foods? Like that, but with clothes.