By Alison Glander
Gwyneth Paltrow, a contemporary Renaissance woman, has brought a piece of herself and her tasteful lifestyle to Dallas through her pop-up shop by the name of Goop.
Open in Highland Park Village from November 17th to December 14th, Goop offers a breath of fresh air to the designer-laden shopping center. Bright peonies adorn the shop and add femininity and color to the otherwise contemporary yet rustic decor.
Designed by local and well-known interior designer Michelle Nussbaumer, every piece of furniture decorating the shop is for sale. Other items for sale include fashion pieces from designers such as Clare Vivier and Monique Lhuillier, jewelry by Jennifer Meyer, beauty care products and one-of-a-kind antique items.
Of course, no shopping experience is complete without a bite to eat, and Goop has tackled that with the help of adjacent coffee shop, Number One. For the duration of Goop’s stay, Number One will be utilizing their kitchen to serve up inspired meals from Paltrow’s bestselling cookbook, “It’s All Good.”
These meals are the epitome of clean eating and Instagram-worthy food, and if the flavors are something you fancy, Paltrow’s cookbooks are for sale in the shop. For a slight upcharge, you can even pre-order a copy signed by Paltrow herself.
Rumor has it Paltrow will even be visiting her shop during its Dallas stint, but that information hasn’t been released yet.
If you’re interested in stopping by, the pop-up shop is located on the corner of Highland Park Village facing Oak Lawn Avenue at the address 3 Highland Park Village, Dallas, TX 75205.