In the market for velvet-trimmed leather leggings, a pair of suede sneakers or a designer iPad case? Gwyneth Paltrow’s got you covered.
“Back by popular request,” Paltrow presents her Annual Spring Edit, an assortment of clothes, shoes and other pricey spring essentials from luxury shopping site Net-a-Porter.com. In a series of posts on GOOP, the lifestyle blog she launched in 2008, the actress models looks like “Everyday Punk,” “Silk for Slouching,” and “Maxi at Home.” Among her picks: a $5,495 python bag from Valentino, $970 glitter-finished ankle boots from Maison Martin Margiela, and a pair of $850 Alexander Wang leather shorts.
The total value of the items on Gwyneth’s spring shopping list?
A whopping $458,003, according to E! News. Not exactly budget-friendly.
This isn’t the first time the Oscar-winner has been accused of being unrelatable.
Earlier this month, Paltrow received harsh criticism when, in an interview for her new cookbook It’s All Good: Delicious, Easy Recipes That Will Make You Look Good and Feel Great, she revealed that she feeds her kids a low-carb, gluten-free diet. The Atlantic Wire describes the book — a collection of recipes that contain no dairy, eggs, sugar, shellfish, deep-water fish, wheat, meat, soy, or processed foods — as “the Bible of Hollywood Neuroticism.”
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