Michael Kors And Gwyneth Paltrow Partner Up For One-Off Capsule Collection

Michael Kors And Gwyneth Paltrow Partner Up For One-Off Capsule Collection

Michael Kors is the latest big fashion name to join forces with Gwyneth Paltrow's e-commerce and lifestyle brand Goop.com.

Michael Kors is teaming up with British actress and close friend Gwyneth Paltrow to create a one-off Christmas collection for her online lifestyle brand, Goop.com. 

Featuring ready-to-wear pieces such as capes and pea coats along with a selection of Paltrow's favourite picks from Kor's accessories line, the limited edition capsule range is said to be inspired by the 41-year-old lifestyle guru's own wardrobe and will be available from December.

'Michael's clothes are gorgeous, staple, American classics that never go out of style,' Gwyneth said of the new partnership. 'I thought it would be wonderful to reinvent some of my favourite vintage Michael Kors looks that I have kept for years, that I wear over and over.'

'These elegant, luxurious pieces will stay in the closet forever and be passed down. I'm thrilled with what we created,' she added. 

The exciting new collaboration sees Kors following in the footsteps of fellow fashion royalty Stella McCartney and Matthew Williamson, who have both previously teamed up with the age-defying actress. 

'I have always been intrigued by the idea of someone who can juggle all the balls in the air and do it with great style, make it look easy, be smart and have a sense of humour", Michael told WWD of his new creative partner, before adding that Goop's chic audience is the "perfect match for everything I believe style can be.'

We can't wait to see what sartorial delights these two have dreamt up! Talk about a match made in fashion heaven. 

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