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Michael Kors Admits to Being a Huge GOOP Fan

Michael Kors and Gwyneth Paltrow at the CFDA Awards in 2010. Photo via Getty.
Michael Kors and Gwyneth Paltrow at the CFDA Awards in 2010. Photo via Getty.

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Gwyneth Paltrow is determined to make GOOP clothing happen. To that end, she's begun enlisting friends, like bestie Stella McCartney and Michael Kors, for custom creations. The Kors collaboration, announced this morning, will be timed for holiday and will include revamps of many of the designer's pieces pulled from Gwyn's closet.

Kors, who has worked with Paltrow many times, admits that he loves GOOP—especially the recipes. "When I look at anything that she is cooking or just talking about food, it turns into food porn for me," he said. "At best I can make about five things. I think she will try to convince me I can add a sixth or a seventh to my repertoire." His GOOP collection will include the "cashmere cape Paltrow got right after giving birth to daughter Apple" as well as a peacoat and some sort of peplum-turtleneck concoction. Clothes will be priced from $125 to $2,500.
· Michael Kors, Gwyneth Paltrow Team Up [WWD, sub req]
· Stella McCartney's Goop Collaboration Has Arrived [Racked]
· Behold What the Gwyneth Paltrow x Stella Lovefest Created [Racked]