Gwyneth Paltrow & Valentino Debut Wonder Woman Collection

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Gwyneth Paltrow is the woman who can do it all. She’s an Oscar winner, a role model, a mother and an entrepreneur. Really, it’s no wonder the actress would choose to focus on Wonder Woman as the focus of a new capsule collection with Valentino—like begets like, after all.

Paltrow, alongside Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, the design ream behind Valentino have created a 25-piece collection focused on DC Comics’ power gal. The collection—Goop x Valentino—ranges in price from $275 to $10,500, and includes everything from leather bracelets to $1,075 sneakers covered in gold stars to similar patterns emblazoned on tulle skirts and rompers to leather jackets featuring the superhero’s emblem. This marks the first time that the designers have worked with a celebrity on a capsule collection.

“It’s high and low together,” Piccioli told the New York Times of the collection, adding, “Because Goop is quite democratic. It’s a modern language.”

“To me, it’s a fantastic and resonant idea,” Paltrow added, “because everybody is working, having kids, trying not to miss a soccer game while at the same time being on a conference call. The modern woman is a wonder woman.”

The collection will be available for retail today on Paltrow’s lifestyle site, Goop.com, as well as at Goop Markt, a holiday pop-up shop that Paltrow is opening today at the Time Warner Center in Manhattan; it will be open through Dec. 24. The actress will have other gift picks on site, of course, including products from pal Stella McCartney as well as Carven and Nili Lotan. 

Those who can’t get their hands on these select superhero pieces for the holidays need not fear: in April, Valentino will be releasing several more pieces of the collaborative Wonder Woman collection, which will be available worldwide at the brand’s various boutiques.

Images courtesy of the New York Times 

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