3 Steps to Follow When You’re Obsessing about the Future or Ruminating on the Past

Shauna Shapiro, PhD

Whether we’re worrying about the future or feeling stuck on the past, our minds have a way of haunting us. Couple that with the beeping machines we carry around in our pockets, and there’s a lot pulling us away from the current moment.

That can be a recipe for unhappiness, according to professor and mindfulness researcher Shauna Shapiro, PhD. Shapiro understands attention as our greatest asset: It keeps us anchored to what is happening in the here and now, which research shows is good for us. And although we live in an era when our attention is a resource everyone is competing for—those beeps aren’t for nothing—we can cultivate focus for ourselves through some simple practices.

Attention: Our Most Precious Resource

It is not time but attention that is our most valuable resource. We live with so much stimulation and distraction it’s a wonder we can think clearly at all. According to research from Harvard, our minds wander approximately 47 percent of the time. Our attention is under constant assault from social media, the internet, email, and text messages. A 2012 study revealed that our brains consume the equivalent of over thirty gigabytes of incoming information every day. We don’t have the capacity to process that much information, so our attention scatters and becomes fragmented. We lose touch with what matters.

It is not just the outside world that depletes our attention. Our attention is hijacked by our own mind: We replay past mistakes that are already over and endlessly worry about a future that does not yet exist. As a result, we miss the present moment—the only moment we actually have to live.

Our inability to manage our attention causes us to suffer not only emotionally but physically. When we are obsessing about the future or ruminating on the past, our bodies flood with cortisol, a stress hormone. Chronically high cortisol levels contribute to hypertension, weaken our immune system, cause fat deposits, and reduce libido, among other detriments.

Research shows that training your attention to focus on the present moment leads to some extraordinary benefits: increased happiness, decreased stress, improved sleep, stronger immune functioning, and greater satisfaction with life. And it protects the ends of DNA strands, which keep us youthful and healthy.

Of all the things that will transform the quality of your life, training your ability to pay attention is at the top of the list. As the old joke goes, “Any man who can drive safely while kissing a girl is simply not giving the kiss the attention it deserves.” You have to be present in order to fully experience life’s richness, beauty, and meaning. In fact, this moment, right now, is the only one you have for sure.

Training Your Attention through Mindfulness

Mindfulness can be an antidote to distraction. It trains and stabilizes our attention in the present moment, so we can see clearly and respond effectively. This allows us to navigate life’s tests better and to appreciate life’s joys. We become more alive to the sights, sounds, sensations, tastes, and emotions of each moment.

As we strengthen our ability to pay attention, we connect with what makes life most meaningful. We are able to step out of automatic pilot and reset our inner compass in the direction we want to go.

Paying attention literally rewires our brain and redesigns the very fabric of our consciousness so that we can live with greater calm, clarity, and joy.

Mindfulness Practice:
3 Steps to Train Your Attention to the Present

Intention: Begin by setting your intention for the practice. For example: “May this practice bring greater peace and clarity into my life” or “May this help me be more present.”

Attention: Focus on the present moment. Gently move your attention over your body and release any obvious tension, especially in the jaw and shoulders. See if you can soften 5 percent more in each area, and feel the breath as it naturally flows in and out of your body. When you notice your mind wandering, use your breath as an anchor for the mind: Gently guide it back to the breath each time. By doing this, you are training your mind to focus and cultivating the neural pathways of attention.

Attitude: Infuse your attention with the attitudes of kindness and curiosity. See if you can bring 5 percent more kindness, interest, and caring to this experience. When your mind wanders off, see if you can bring it back with an attitude of kindness. Treat your wayward mind like a little puppy, patiently and lovingly whispering, “Come back…stay…stay…”

When the mindfulness practice ends, take a moment to thank yourself for cultivating your most precious resource: attention. As you continue with your day, see if you can bring a seamless continuity of attention with you into each moment of your life.

Shauna Shapiro, PhD, is a professor and researcher at Santa Clara University and a fellow of the Dalai Lama’s Mind and Life Institute. Shapiro is the author of The Art and Science of Mindfulness, Mindful Discipline, and most recently Good Morning, I Love You: Mindfulness + Self-Compassion Practices to Rewire Your Brain for Calm, Clarity + Joy.

We hope you enjoy the books recommended here. Our goal is to suggest only things we love and think you might, as well. We also like transparency, so, full disclosure: We may collect a share of sales or other compensation if you purchase through the external links on this page.

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How We’re Stocking Our (Brand-New) Kitchen for the Holidays

In partnership with our friends at Signature Kitchen Suite

  1. Our goop test kitchen is nothing short of a dream—airy, open shelves! high ceilings! moveable butcher-block
    islands! marble countertops!—that was over a year in the planning and the making. We centered the design
    around a sleek, high-tech range from Signature Kitchen Suite that has everything (including a
    sous-vide setup) but the kitchen sink. Because the goop kitchen functions year-round in holiday-ish mode
    (events, multiple dishes being made at once), food director Catlin O’Malley relies on a deep cast of must-have
    essentials to keep the deliciousness coming, no matter how busy it gets. She’s full of favorite strategies and
    tools, below, to make cooking and entertaining through the holidays easier.

  2. Caitlin in kitchen
  3. On a busy day in the test kitchen, I might have four or five recipes—all with different cooking
    times and methods—going simultaneously. Same goes for preparing for an event. Kind of like a Swiss Army knife
    for the kitchen, the Signature Kitchen Suite Dual-Fuel Pro Range does everything, which makes it easy
    for me.

  4. range
  5. It’s got two ultrahigh burners for high-heat cooking (I’m thinking of this crispy Brussels sprout salad) and
    two ultralow ones, for gently simmering sauces or soft-scrambling eggs. And the spacing of the burners is
    quite generous, so I’m able to comfortably fit a few larger pots and pans at once—truly, it’s a joy to cook

  6. goop kitchen
  7. pan on burner
  8. This clean, nonstick set works for all those situations, so I’m covered. These are great pans for everyday
    use, and they’re easy to clean, which makes them the ones I choose every time. The braiser is my favorite for
    one-pan meals—chicken and dumplings, arroz con pollo, baked pasta. It’s the perfect size and pretty enough
    to go from oven to table.

  9. The Set That Does It All

    goop x GreenPan Blush Padova 10-Piece Set

    goop x GreenPan
    Blush Padova 10-Piece Set
    goop, $300


  10. The One-Pot-Meal Hero

    Staub 3.5 QT Braiser

    3.5 QT Braiser
    goop, $320


  1. The combi-steam oven makes for quick cooking and incredibly crispy food: We’re talking shatteringly crisp
    chicken skin and crackling roast potatoes, thanks to a convection fan. I use the Nordic baking sheets—they’re
    the best—and it’s a brilliant combination. I like the variety of sizes this set offers. (Roasting a whole
    spaghetti squash? Go big. Baked sweet potato for one? Go small.) I also love using them to help me organize my
    mise en place, which is handy when you’re juggling a few dishes at once this time of year.

  2. roast veggies
  3. For Crisp Sheet-Pan Dinners

    Nordic Ware Baking Sheet Set

    Nordic Ware
    Baking Sheet Set
    goop, $38


  4. The steam feature helps retain moisture and achieve optimal texture for more delicate items like fish. I’m a
    Dutch-oven evangelist, and this one’s my favorite. Use it for baking bread, braises, stews, and soups, or
    roast a whole chicken, pork loin, or rib roast.

  5. For Roasting, Braising,
    Stewing, and Baking

    Staub 7QT Round Cocotte

    7QT Round Cocotte
    goop, $360


  6. The sous-vide and induction burner are a great one-two punch for accurately cooking proteins while still
    getting a nice seared exterior. The key is the precise temperature control—steaks, chicken
    breasts, salmon fillets, and even racks of lamb cook low and slow, at the exact temperature you set it to. No
    need to check on it or worry that it’s over or under. At the end, I turn on the induction burner to get that
    Maillard effect and a perfect photo finish.

  7. For the Ultimate Sear

    Staub 12 Grill Press Combo

    12″ Grill Press Combo
    goop, $300


Caitlin’s Must-Have-on-Hand MVPs

  1. 1

    This book is written to go with the seasons, and the fall-winter section is cozy, comforting simplicity at its best.

    Andrews McMeel Canal House Cooks Every Day

    Andrews McMeel
    Canal House Cooks Every Day
    goop, $27


  2. 2

    Everything’s more festive finished with flaky sea salt.

    Jacobsen’s Salt Co. Chef Jar Pure Flake Finishing Salt

    Jacobsen Salt Co.
    Chef Jar Pure Flake Finishing Salt
    goop, $33


  3. 3

    A great tool for working with and dividing all kinds of dough (cookies, pasta, bread, cinnamon rolls), and I also like it for quickly cleaning crumbs and scraps from my butcher block island.

    Epicurean Stainless Steel Bench Scraper

    Stainless Steel Bench Scraper
    goop, $30


  4. 4

    A traditional blender works for a great many things, but I get nervous puréeing any hot soup or sauce (I’ve literally been burned before). A small hand blender is a brilliant, safe, and effective tool that allows you to carefully blend directly in the pot.

    Smeg Essential Hand Blender

    Hand Blender
    goop, $180


  5. 5

    Gratins of all kinds are so much easier with a good mandoline. You will find plenty of uses for it after the holidays, too—it’s my favorite for shaved fennel in salad or thinly sliced shallots for quick-pickling.

    Benriner Super Mandoline Slicer

    Super Benriner Mandoline Slicer
    goop, $65


  6. 6

    This chic, solid double old-fashioned tumbler makes just about any cocktail feel incredibly special and deluxe. The ice clinks against the crystal just so and all is right with the world.

    Richard Brendon Diamond Double Old Fashioned

    Richard Brendon
    Diamond Double Old Fashioned
    goop, $112


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Meet the High-Tech Answer to a Hands-Free Picnic

In partnership with our friends at gita

During goop gift guide research season, our VP of content, Kate Wolfson, never really knows what will show up at her door for a test-drive. This year, one of the most intriguing contenders was a following robot with a name (gita), an impressive résumé (takes direction, can carry up to forty pounds, dresses professionally), and some serious follow-the-leader skills.

Ever the fact-checker, Wolfson put it to the test on a family picnic. With gita hauling the toys, hand sanitizer, blanket, and even one of food director Caitlin O’Malley’s famous mezze spreads, the family of four walked to the park snapping pics and holding hands—instead of dropping phones and hauling bags. To understand gita’s signature tilt-and-glide swagger, you have to see it in action.


  1. Clark’s Botanicals
    goop, $17



    goop, $22


  3. Onyx TIFFIN

    goop, $26


  1. gita GITA

    gita, $3,250 (40% off sitewide for
    a limited time starting November 25)


  2. Cold Picnic BLANKET

    Cold Picnic
    Cold Picnic, $210


  3. Amped & Co. SPEAKER

    Amped & Co.
    goop, $120



    goop, $95



    G. Label
    goop, $595


  3. kiko & gg WOODEN TOYS

    kiko+ & gg*
    goop, $62


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Ask Gerda: Do Cranberries Prevent Urinary Tract Infections?

Gerda Endemann, our senior director of science and research, has a BS in nutrition from UC
Berkeley, a PhD in nutritional biochemistry from MIT, and a passion for cherry-picking from our wellness shop.
She spends a lot of her time interpreting research—established and emerging. And our wellness routines thank her
this. (Yours will, too. Send us your own questions for Gerda: [email protected].)

In July 2020, the FDA announced that labels can say: Cranberry juice or
supplements may help prevent urinary tract infections (UTIs). This is a big deal, because the FDA rarely allows
claims that diet or supplements could prevent a medical condition.

However, the FDA wasn’t wholehearted about the relationship between cranberry and UTIs. Here’s the wording it
approved: “Consuming one serving (8 oz) each day of a cranberry juice beverage may help reduce the risk of recurrent
urinary tract infection (UTI) in healthy women. FDA has concluded that the scientific evidence supporting this claim
is limited and inconsistent.” Limited and inconsistent evidence? It’s not obvious what this means to the average
person wanting to prevent UTIs.

For most of my adult life, I thought that emptying the bladder before and after intercourse was the gold standard
for preventing UTIs. It had seemed to work for me since my twenties. When I was on a camping trip at the Bay of
Fundy, I developed an unbearable UTI—but then aren’t they all? The doctor in the clinic asked if we were camping. He
explained that bladder infections are common when camping since people avoid getting out of a nice warm tent to find
a bathroom. He said all I had to do was pee after sex and I’d be set. What was also amazing: This advice—and the
blessed antibiotic he gave me—was free. No insurance, no hassle, we love Canada.

But when another member of our team thoroughly researched UTIs for an article in our goop PhD series, she found that we do not have good evidence that peeing
after sex is a cure-all. Perhaps something to do, but it isn’t known to work for everyone.

One thing that has been associated with lower rates of UTIs is drinking enough water, maybe because of more-frequent
urination. You won’t want to drink water if it doesn’t taste good and doesn’t seem clean. The solution to that is
reverse-osmosis-purified water that is delicious, and for that, the AquaTru countertop purifier is a perfect option. Keep the water clean and appealing in the Larq Self-Cleaning Bottle, which treats the water every two hours with
UV-C light.



    goop, $95




    goop, $426


UTIs are some of the most common bacterial infections, especially in women, and are of increasing concern because
of increasing bacterial resistance to antibiotics. And these infections very commonly recur.

It makes sense that cranberries could prevent UTIs, because they contain proanthocyanidins that can keep bacteria from attaching to the bladder. The proanthocyanidins
in cranberries have a unique structure that appears to be better at blocking bacteria than proanthocyanidins in
other foods, like chocolate and green tea.

The FDA evaluated
five studies
on cranberry juice and three on supplements. Some studies found that cranberry helped prevent
UTIs, and some studies did not. Did results vary because the studies used different kinds of cranberry products or
because cranberry affects different people differently? We don’t know. A couple of studies reported significant
benefits for children
. It’s likely that some people may benefit from consuming cranberries, and some may not—and
we don’t know how to predict this.

For adults, a good daily dose appears to be eight ounces or a little more of a cranberry drink, which typically
contains around 27 percent cranberry juice. In supplements, aim for 500 milligrams of cranberry or 36 to 72
milligrams of proanthocyanidins. One of our favorite herbal supplement companies, Gaia, makes a vegan capsule with organic cranberry

Bottom line: Load up on the cranberry sauce and drink a glass of water after each glass of wine.

(And of course, as always, consult your doctor about any medical condition, such as a UTI.)

This article is for informational purposes only. It is not, nor is it intended to be, a
substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment and should never be relied upon for specific
medical advice. To the extent that this article features the advice of physicians or medical practitioners, the
views expressed are the views of the cited expert and do not necessarily represent the views of goop.

We hope you enjoy the products recommended here. Our goal is to suggest only things we love
and think you might, as well. We also like transparency, so, full disclosure: We may collect a share of sales or
other compensation if you purchase through the external links on this page (including links to Amazon).

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A Guide to Our 4 Bestselling Vibrators

Photo courtesy of We-Vibe

There are a lot of vibrator options out there—and an increasing number of them are beautiful, innovative, and more than get the job done. So the (fun) work is finding which is right for you.

To add some helpful data to your search, we thought we’d share the four that goop readers love most, from a classic bullet vibrator with simple settings to a tricked-out rabbit-shaped one with customizable everything. Each is made with super smooth, body-safe silicone; offers a number of speeds and patterns; and is waterproof, in case you decide to take playtime to the tub.

We’ll take one of each.


  1. The Perfectly Curved Vibrator

    Made with Dame’s strongest motor yet, the Arc is here to help you explore what feels good for you. Its deep, rumbly vibrations are designed to be enjoyed both internally and externally: It’s curved to hit sensitive spots on the vaginal wall, and the squishy, bulb-shaped head comes to a ridge for targeted clitoral stimulation. You can cycle through five speeds and five different vibration patterns and take your time finding what feels best—it can go for more than an hour and a half on a single charge.

    Dame Products Arc G-Spot Vibrator

    Dame Products
    Arc G-Spot Vibrator
    goop, $115


  2. The Classic Bullet Vibrator

    This bullet-shaped vibrator is simple to use and designed for first-timers: You just press the button on the end to start, press again to cycle between modes, and explore different feelings from there. For internal stimulation, hold it by its end to insert it into the vagina—it feels especially good pressed against the vagina’s front wall, where it can bump up against the internal structure of the clitoris on the other side. (If you were ever taught that the clitoris is pea-size: That’s inaccurate. Every body is different, definitely, but typically the clitoris extends about ten centimeters from the head to the tip of each of its two internal ends.) You can also enjoy the vibrations externally: The rounded tip feels good for targeted stimulation, or you can flatten the length of the vibrator against the vulva for broader, less-intense sensation. Unlike the rest of the bunch here, this vibrator is battery-powered. One AAA gets you four hours of play—you’ll want to keep a stockpile on hand.

    Smile Makers The Millionaire

    Smile Makers
    The Millionaire
    goop, $55


  3. The Adjustable
    Rabbit-Shaped Vibrator

    The Nova 2 by We-Vibe is a rabbit-shaped vibrator with longer “ears” designed to provide constant contact with your body as you move. The long head is firm and adjustable, which allows you to shape the angle just right for your internal pressure points, and the short head bends, which keeps it in continuous contact with your clitoris as you explore different levels of penetration. Each head has its own motor that you can control independently, with ten vibration patterns and thirteen intensity levels. Its surface feels smooth and gentle on the skin, its ergonomic grip makes it easy to control from any angle, and it has a travel lock, so it will never turn on when you don’t want it to.

    This one also comes with an associated app. Which is sexier than it sounds: When you download We-Connect and sync it to your Nova 2 over Wi-Fi, you can program whatever custom patterns feel good to you. And while this vibrator was originally made for solo play, a partner can join in from across the room (or across the globe) by operating Nova 2 remotely—just send them an invite from the app, and they can control the vibrations while you play.

    We-Vibe Nova 2 Vibrator

    Nova 2 Vibrator
    goop, $149


  4. The Air-Pulsing Clitoral Vibrator

    The Womanizer is a clitoral vibrator that feels a lot like oral sex. How it works: Turn it on and place the stimulation head over the clitoris to form a seal—we recommend doing so with a water- or oil-based lube, like Nécessaire’s Sex Gel or Province Apothecary’s Sex Oil—and let it do its thing. (That “thing”: emitting pulses of air and light vibrations that create a sucking sensation around the clitoris.) It fits nicely in the palm of your hand and is nearly effortless to operate. This is especially true if you turn it on autopilot, which switches up the vibration patterns and intensity to mimic the variation of partnered oral sex. It’s made with “smart silence” technology, meaning it switches on only when in contact with your skin and shuts off if you need to set it aside. But while the toy may be silent, you might not be—we’ve found it’s a consistent path to an intensely satisfying orgasm.

    Womanizer Womanizer Premium

    Womanizer Premium
    goop, $199


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How to Have a Better Run, a High-Desert Getaway, and Backyard Living: What goop Staffers Are Talking about This Month

  • 1


    “With all of this time at home, I’ve been cooking a lot more. I am typically condiment-averse,
    but I am obsessed with South Carolina’s Red Clay Hot Sauce (and the Hot Honey). As a native Charlestonian, I
    try to support local businesses as much as possible, and this brand is one of my favorites. Red Clay is a
    staple in my pantry; I put it on and in everything (kale, tater tots, and cocktails to name a few) to spice
    things up. Pro tip: Swap the vodka for bourbon in your next Bloody Mary (to make it a Bloody Marianne) and add
    a shake or two of Red Clay Hot Sauce—you won’t be disappointed.” —Molly Kalinsky, senior
    manager, brand partnerships and marketing

    from $9 (take 25 percent off with code GOOP25)

  • 2


    “Until recently, I tucked running into the same category as the ProLon cleanse, contributing to
    my 401(k), and going to the dentist—a wholesome, mildly torturous activity worth enduring for its positive
    results. But this year, with group cardio options like boxing and dance off the table, I pledged to become the
    kind of passionate runner who jogs when it’s cold out and uses the term ‘runner’s high.’ The journey got off
    to a shaky start, motivation-wise. Playlists and nice weather helped, but the game changer was when a friend
    introduced me to Offfield. It’s a nonpsychoactive blend of the cannabinoids CBD and CBG—plus
    L-theanine, vitamin B12, magnesium, and zinc—that you mix with water and drink before you head out to break a
    sweat. For me, Offfield keeps my mind off my calves and in the moment. It’s helped me build mental endurance
    and break the excited-miserable-defeated cycle that used to haunt my routine and keep running from becoming a
    true habit. And with the increased relaxation (dare I say enjoyment?), the elusive runner’s high is that much
    easier to achieve.” —Sarah Carr, associate editor

    Offfield, $45 for a pack of twelve

  • 3


    “I’m always wary of greenwashing when it comes to sustainability, especially with fashion.
    Because there are no regulations in the industry, anyone can make a claim to be helping the planet with zero
    accountability. That’s why I’m taking the New Standard Institute Master Class with Maxine Bédat. It’s a forty-five-minute class plus a
    fifteen-minute Q&A detailing all the major points of impact your cute new dress went through, from fibers to
    textiles to garment and, ultimately, disposal. The class is for citizens, brands of any size, businesses,
    media: anyone who wants cold, hard data on how to make choices that will truly move the needle on transforming
    the fashion industry into an environmental powerhouse.” —Andrea Arria-Devoe, contributing editor


  • 4


    “Your toothbrush, those disposable razor heads, and all the cleaning solution spray bottles
    accumulating under your kitchen sink…it’s truly wild to think about how much plastic we use on the regular and
    then, of course, all the packaging involved with our food. Alexis Ren and Vanessa Black over at Future
    Prosperity—a team of badass women making conscious consumption cool—are looking to change that. I’m obsessed
    with their kits of low-waste essentials, which are packed with reusable everyday kitchen or bath products that
    are as pretty as they are planet-friendly. And they offer up game-changing tips for keeping your old waste out
    of landfills whenever you do decide to ditch the plastic for good.” —Alyssa Nelsen Geiger, senior creative copywriter

    Future Prosperity, $99

  • 5


    “Last month my girlfriend and I had a serious case of cabin fever and desperately needed to get
    out of town. Luckily, earlier this year, Johanna Peet, the founder of the skin-care line Peet Rivko, tipped me off to
    Cuyama Buckhorn, a renovated inn and restaurant in Santa Barbara County. We packed up the dog and headed north
    and enjoyed a wonderful little getaway in what’s called the Hidden Valley of Enchantment. The trip checked all
    the boxes: reasonable driving distance from LA, scenic landscape, and delicious socially distanced meals
    delivered to our room.” —Ivy Benavente, senior buyer, beauty and wellness

    rooms from $199 a night

  • 6


    “Just about anyone—whether you’re a full-on wine nerd or a dedicated bon vivant, or you’re
    looking for a gift—will appreciate this monthly wine box program from one of Brooklyn’s coolest, most
    respected wine shops. Leon & Son focuses on certified-organic and biodynamic vineyards, under-the-radar
    discoveries, and above all, delicious wine. It offers delivery in Brooklyn and other parts of New York for the
    entire shop, but the nationally delivered monthly box is incredible. Each month, you get three handpicked
    bottles of wine and a cheat sheet with all the details—type of grapes, tasting notes, suggested meal pairings,
    similar wines—that make tastings (and remembering your favorites!) foolproof. Plus, you get a cute wine tote.
    It’s something I look forward to every month—a feeling we all could use a little more of right now.” —Brianna
    Peters, assistant beauty editor

    Leon & Son Wine and Spirits, $75 per month with $30 shipping (or free in-store pickup in Brooklyn)


    Photo courtesy of Jonathan Hokklo

  • 7


    “Sitting in a salon right now might not sound like the safest, but neither does cutting your own
    hair. But after seven months, dealing with my scraggly ends felt pretty essential. So when I found out
    LA-based hairstylist Garrett Markenson was taking his show on the road, I immediately booked a house call.
    (goop carries his clean hair-care line, Reverie, in the shop, and I swear by his leave-in conditioning milk
    for giving my fine, curly hair the best air-dried texture ever.) Before the appointment, we chatted direction;
    I sent through a few inspiration pics, as well as what my hair currently looked like. On my patio, we
    both wore masks, while he sterilized his tools in a portable UVC LED box and I propped up a small mirror. He
    convinced me to go a bit shorter, and not only will this buy me a few more miles before my next trim but the
    shape looks and feels fresher than ever. (He knows his way with curly hair.) While getting a haircut in your
    front yard is admittedly weird, sitting and talking with someone while they trim your hair—and ultimately hack
    away some dead weight—is still one of the most feel-good experiences, and I hadn’t felt it in way too long.”

    —Simone Kitchens, senior features editor

    Garrett Markenson;

    Reverie Milk Anti-Frizz Leave-In Conditioner,
    goop, $42

    Reverie Milk Anti-Frizz Leave-In Conditioner

  • 8


    “This hysterically funny and beautiful little coffee-table book would make a great gift for
    someone who likes Internet memes, history, or art. Men to Avoid in Art and Life uses works of classic
    art—from Rembrandt to Vermeer—to illustrate classic and all-too-relatable examples of mansplaining and
    patronizing.” —Gerda Endemann, senior director, science and research

    Bookshop, $14

  • 9


    “Deganit Nuur, a spiritual teacher and my mom’s favorite person, has introduced me to some of
    the most generous and gifted healers I’ve met during my time at goop. This summer, she connected me with her
    friend Jo-Ná Williams,
    who is the brilliant and intuitive woman behind Eros Soul. Williams creates custom candles and bath mixtures using herbs and flowers,
    all picked by her. She sends them with personalized rituals for you to follow, depending on what kind of
    clarity, energy, or emotional support you’re looking for—which she helps you determine during a phone
    consultation. My reading with Williams was accurate and resonant: It felt as if she were reading my mind or
    maybe pulling from somewhere deeper. She also said my feet looked purple, and they did while we were on the
    phone—my feet run cold. But what I’m still thinking about are the things she said that I haven’t made sense
    of yet, like how she sees the word ‘gems’ in the future of my career. That feels like a prophecy. Working
    Williams has kicked me into journaling and, you know, dealing with my emotions, which I’m normally reluctant
    to do. But it feels like a relief.” —Kiki Koroshetz, wellness director


    Eros Soul, from $40


    Photo courtesy of Lee Laa Ray

  • 10


    “My husband and I spent a year searching for
    nice-looking outdoor furniture. Yes, we are
    abnormal, but take a home-décor lover on a budget (me) and a perfectionist (him), and there we were, resigned
    to think that no such thing exists. Then I met Neighbor. Neighbor’s outdoor lounge chairs and sofas are
    modular and made in sustainable teak, with cushions that are covered in a fadeproof fabric. They arrive in
    flat boxes and are shockingly easy to assemble (I did it by myself in less than an hour). Neighbor looks and
    feels good—like an extension of our home and our personalities. And best of all, it’s our dog Stella’s
    favorite spot in the backyard, and if it’s her favorite, it’s our favorite, too.” —Diana Ryu, chief of staff

    from $400

  • 11


    “Self-taught designer Katie Roach launched her business back in 2019 (remember 2019?), but it’s
    2020 that helped it thrive. That’s because her business is deliciously soft, supremely comfortable, pristinely
    (and ethically and sustainably) made matching sets. Not sweatsuits, mind you, but GOTS-certified cotton knit
    bottoms and tops that are easy like pajamas and chic like your tailored best. And that’s all wonderful, but my
    favorite thing about Sister Katie is that like me, she is eternally Team Ben. As in Felicity and Ben. As in
    her Felicity Henley and Ben biker shorts—a wearable love note to the most important
    romance of my late teens.” —Kate Wolfson, VP of content


  • 12


    “Just look at these mountain goats basking in the sun! A gift in itself. And it’s just one image from
    a gorgeous
    put together by photographer Ami Vitale, who brought together more than seventy of the world’s
    top fine-art and nature photographers for a print sale to support both wildlife and the communities protecting
    wildlife. (One hundred percent of the net proceeds will go to Conservation International.) There’s a photo for everyone on
    your list: Rajan the elephant, swimming. The majesty of P-22 (true Angelenos know). And this shot, which seemed to have an immediate effect on my blood pressure.” —Jessie
    Geoffray, senior editor

    Prints for Nature, from $250

  • 13


    “A great morning to me is one that starts off slowly. I make drip coffee, walk my dog, and read a
    little. After that, I turn to my Before Noon toolbox to set my intentions for the day. The beautifully curated
    box comes with a smudge stick, a crystal of your choosing, a workbook, and a vitruvi essential oil. I chose
    the focus box (there are also ones for grounding and love) because I’ve been feeling distracted, unmotivated,
    and stuck lately. The workbook guides you through healing exercises, like how to celebrate challenges,
    cultivate gratitude, and untangle your emotions. It’s a moment of calm and clarity that I have to
    myself before I begin the day.” —Samantha Saiyavongsa, associate editor

    Before Noon, $55

  • 14


    “My dream holiday—any holiday—is everybody (family, friends, any or all) gets a room at the same
    small country hotel where everyone has a little time and space to themselves and no one has to make any meals
    at all. I would choose the Shandaken Inn in the Catskills in Upstate New York. It’s cozy and holiday-feeling
    without tipping into cutesiness or invasive bed-and-breakfast-y-ness, and it has delicious food, a brilliant
    socially distanced dining situation, comfy rooms, an orchard with an apple-stealing bear, and a rushing river just
    outside. (The latter is also a reason to book a summer trip up there—it’s right next to one of the greatest
    swimming holes of all time.) In the winter, it’s a skiing, snowshoeing, sitting-by-the-crackling-fire
    paradise; in all other seasons, there’s incredible hiking just off-site, with a convivial pool, a tennis
    court, and all manner of yoga classes out on the gigantic, tree-fringed lawn.” —Jean Godfrey-June, executive
    beauty director

    rooms from $165 a night

  • 15


    “The Resistance Revival Chorus is a group of more than seventy female and nonbinary singers
    founded after the 2017 Women’s March. While they perform live together, they also advocate for many issues—from reproductive rights to climate change to opposing the Muslim ban—and they have stood with the LGBTQIA+
    and Black communities. They just put out their debut album, and holy moly is it joyful, uplifting, and
    inspiring. The songs are about social justice and activism, and while the first track, ‘Say Her Name,’ is
    heart-shattering, the message is powerful: Music is necessary, it’s a form of protest, and it can help pull us
    through dark times and heal us, too.”
    —Amanda Chung, junior creative copywriter

    available on Spotify


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    Foolproof Presents for Everyone (Including goop’s Beauty Editors)

    Foolproof Presents for Everyone (Including goop’s Beauty Editors)

    The goop beauty department sees (and tries) just about everything that comes out in the clean beauty space, and to say we’re well supplied with beauty indulgences is the understatement of the century. Still, we’re human, and some of what we see—especially at this time of year—is just plain irresistible. And if we can’t resist it, we’re thinking that very few people on your gift list could, either.

    jean godfrey-june


    Obsessed-Over Skin Care

    “One of the most-wanted-by-literally-everyone super indulgent gifts I can think of is a bottle of serum from Vintner’s Daughter. ‘Oh, so have you ever tried Vintner’s Daughter?’ is literally one of the most common questions I get as a beauty editor, and this modestly brown-boxed set with both serum and essence takes generosity to the next level (also next-level: the benefits that will start showing up on the giftee’s skin). It’s a present anyone you love—including me—will love you forever for. It’s a splurge, but it’s also absolutely foolproof, present-giving-wise. Who do you know who doesn’t want great skin?” —Jean Godfrey-June, executive beauty director

    1. Vintner's Daughter Ultimate Experience Set

      Vintner’s Daughter
      Ultimate Experience Set
      goop, $410

      SHOP NOW

    brianna peters


    The Chicest Makeup Kit Ever

    “Ever since I swiped on my first coat of the inky-black Eye Love You Mascara, I’ve been obsessed with Westman Atelier. This gorgeous red-lacquered box—it’s called The Shanghai Edition—contains what are quite possibly my two favorite products ever: the Eye Love You and Lip Suede, a quartet of four ultranourishing lip colors that you can mix to create your perfect shade (meaning, among other things, that it works for every skin tone). This is the ultimate present for anyone who needs a little chic in their life, which, right now, is pretty much everyone. Bonus: The reusable box looks amazing on a coffee table, vanity, or desktop.” —Brianna
    Peters, assistant beauty editor

    1. Westman Atelier The Shanghai Edition

      Westman Atelier
      The Shanghai Edition
      goop, $133

      SHOP NOW

    megan o'neill


    The goop Glow (There’s Actually a Kit)

    “I’m obsessed with each of these glow-boosting treatments on its own, and the fact that they come bundled together makes establishing a routine even easier. First, you get a travel-size lusciously whipped Microderm face polish—GP calls it ‘a facial in a jar’—that gently exfoliates with glycolic acid and microcrystals, leaving skin instantly luminous. Then there are three sachets of GOOPGLOW skin superpowder: essentially drinkable skin care made with skin-boosting antioxidants and nutrients. It’s citrusy and delicious mixed with water (I like room-temperature water, which is easier on the system). And you get three overnight peel pads, which are soaked in a powerful concentration of glycolic acid. They work their retexturizing, radiance-boosting magic while you sleep—it’s pretty miraculous. Give this to anyone of any age with any skin type and they will go into raptures and, later, go into raptures over their new, next-level glow. The box is adorable, so I say just stick
    a bow on it instead of wrapping it up.”
    —Megan O’Neill, senior beauty editor

    1. goop Beauty Glowing Skin Bestsellers Kit

      goop Beauty
      Glowing Skin Bestsellers Kit
      goop, $59

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    simone kitchens


    The Most Delightful Towel on Earth

    “Unwrapping a towel sounds hard to get excited about, but hear me out: This super luxe, ultra-absorbent, deliciously soft, waffle-weave microfiber hair towel is cut into a unique shape that’s easy to wrap and somehow never leaves your ends exposed. Once you’ve twisted your hair into it, there’s a wide elastic band at the nape of the neck that secures it; you could probably go jogging and the towel would stay tucked in. It will dry anyone’s hair—long, short, frizzy, straight, unmanageable—significantly faster than a regular towel, without causing the breakage, roughness, or split ends that regular towels can. It leaves anyone’s hair smoother, softer, frizz-free, and full of shine. So every time they wash their hair and (inevitably) have a spectacular hair day, they’ll think of you.” —Simone Kitchens, senior features editor

    1. Crown Affair The Towel

      Crown Affair
      The Towel
      goop, $45

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    The Beauty Department’s Top 10 Epic (and Easy) Gifts

    As a group, we elected these ten all-stars—the haul is just too good this year. (Note: The last three entries are particularly good for guys, though entirely appropriate for all genders.)

    1. 1

      The Biggest Bottle of Hyaluronic Serum on Earth

      Dr. Barbara Sturm Hyaluronic Serum Festive Edition

      Dr. Barbara Sturm
      Hyaluronic Serum Festive Edition
      goop, $800

      SHOP NOW

    2. 2

      Look-Good-on-Everyone Lip and Cheek Tints

      Balmyard Beauty Baby Love Balm Trinity

      Balmyard Beauty
      Baby Love Balm Trinity
      goop, $76

      SHOP NOW

    3. 3

      The Chicest
      Wash-Your-Hands Set

      Grown Alchemist Hand Care Kit

      Grown Alchemist
      Hand Care Kit
      goop, $100

      SHOP NOW

    4. 4

      The Most Luxurious Skin Set

      Furtuna Skin Rinascita Delle Olive Replenishing Balm

      Furtuna Skin
      Rinascita Delle Olive Replenishing Balm
      goop, $185

      SHOP NOW

      Furtuna Skin Due Alberi Biphase Moisturizing Oil

      Furtuna Skin
      Due Alberi Biphase Moisturizing Oil
      goop, $225

      SHOP NOW

      Furtuna Skin Porte Per La Vitalità Face and Eye Serum

      Furtuna Skin
      Porte Per La Vitalità Face and Eye Serum
      goop, $185

      SHOP NOW

      Furtuna Skin Acqua Serena Micellar Cleansing Essence

      Furtuna Skin
      Acqua Serena Micellar Cleansing Essence
      goop, $78

      SHOP NOW

    5. 5

      12 Weeks of Glowing Skin

      goop Beauty GOOPGLOW 15% Glycolic Acid Overnight Glow Peel

      goop Beauty
      GOOPGLOW 15% Glycolic Acid Overnight Glow Peel
      goop, $125/$112 with subscription

      SHOP NOW

    6. 6

      Gua Sha for
      the Body

      Wildling Aura Stone

      Aura Stone
      goop, $65

      SHOP NOW

    7. 7

      Skin-Sculpting Microcurrent

      ZIIP ZIIP OX + Crystal Gel Kit

      ZIIP OX + Crystal Gel Kit
      goop, $480

      SHOP NOW

    8. 8

      The Best (Super Invigorating) Body Wash

      goop Beauty G. Day Ginger + Ashwagandha Energy Body Wash

      goop Beauty
      G. Day Ginger + Ashwagandha Energy Body Wash
      goop, $32

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    9. 9

      The Ultimate Shaving Cream

      Fur Shave Cream

      Shave Cream
      goop, $28

      SHOP NOW

    10. 10

      Glorious Hair Essentials

      Sangre de Fruta Garden of Earthly Delights Botanical Shampoo & Conditioner

      Sangre de Fruta
      Garden of Earthly Delights Botanical Shampoo & Conditioner
      goop, $104

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    On Our Radar: Retail Therapy, Wish-List-Worthy Extravagances, and Pieces with a Personal Touch

    A big part of our jobs in the goop fashion department is getting distracted. It’s actually encouraged. That’s because sifting through the latest and greatest in art, culture, and—of course—fashion is how we keep inspiration levels high. We created this column to share these insights with everyone. Expect to read about up-and-coming collaborations, virtual exhibitions that hit a spectrum of cultural touchpoints, notable store openings, and anything else we hope gets you as excited as it gets us.

    With the holidays coming in hot, we thought we’d bring you up to speed on all of the good-looking giftables out there (for anyone looking to go all out), shiny bar stars that make the most out of at-home entertaining (however small), a pop-up in one of our favorite snowy cities (’tis the ski-son), and more.



    Whether it’s your mom’s initials hand-engraved into Cartier’s wax seal keychain, your pup’s portrait adorably painted onto a Valentino Rockstud tote, your daughter’s nickname gold-stamped on a sleek leather phone case, or a custom rollie bag for that trip you postponed till 2022, there’s nothing as glorious as the feeling you get unwrapping something pretty and personalized, made just for you.






    tote bags



    Backgammon? Round of gin rummy by a roaring fire? Or perhaps you’re looking to brush up on your opening chess moves? Hermès is back with a true collector’s edition, and this gorgeous gaming table is handsome with a capital H. Up top, you’ll find a reversible leather inlay for board games galore; inside, there’s a tiny chest drawer for stowing away your dice and deck of cards. Whimsical? Yes. Lavish? Completely.




    Tiffany has been the purveyor of foolproof gifts for as long as we can remember. It’s where one goes for good china in a pinch (looking at you, newlyweds), a sterling-silver baby spoon (for your bestie with a little one on the way), or a handsome picture frame to go in dad’s study. When it comes to the holidays? Covered there, too. These classed-up bar cart accoutrements work for just about anyone on the list—plus, they feel particularly on point for 2020, elevating at-home happy hours to chicer ground. Think striking crystal tumblers, a sleek bar spoon for stirring up cocktails, and loopy straws. Factor in the excitement of unwrapping that iconic blue box, and you might have just won gift-giving.

    TIFFANY & CO. straw

    TIFFANY & CO. glass



    Not even 2020 could halt designers Dries van Noten’s and Giorgio Armani’s grand plans to bring two IRL shopping experiences to life this year. Filled with tattered vinyl, vintage books, andarchival pieces from past collections, along with splashy wall art done by what the Belgian designer hopes will be a rotating roster of local artists, the La Cienega Dries van Noten store could not be more fitting for LA. Over in higher altitudes, Giorgio Armani is busy getting those ski legs firmly established with the unveiling of its cozy Aspen pop-up—open now through March 2021—where you’ll find everything from gondola-like fixtures and shearling accents to highly technical pieces for hitting the slopes and, of course, outfitting from the Neve collection for whatever comes after. Also clutch? Both stores are offering virtual and private appointments.





    Inspired by the maison’s first fine jewelry collection, Bijoux de Diamants—which originally debuted in 1932—this Plume de Chanel ring is, simply put: exquisite. A flexible diamond-encrusted feather spans two eighteen-karat yellow-gold bands, offset by a glittering, pear-shaped sparkler at the stem. Timeless, elegant, and all-out glamorous, it’s the kind of piece you put on your pie-in-the-sky wish list simply because the thought of clinking glasses with this beauty on your finger is escapism at its very finest.

    Plume de Chanel ring



    Jonathan Anderson has bestowed upon the travel-hungry a bold, unapologetically graphic collection. True to form, Anderson sought inspiration in a niche art discovery: a series of twenty ceramic plates hand-painted by artist Ken Price. The resulting ready-to-wear collection is as uniformly uplifting as it is exactingly executed. Colorblocked mohair scarves, jackets with palms splashed across the back, iconic Loewe bags reinterpreted as canvases for beachy cityscapes—it’s exactly what a Jonathan Anderson collection inspired by a set of plates made for a 1980s Newport Beach restaurant should be. And we want one of everything.





    Come for the seven-episode miniseries presented by Gucci creative director Alessandro Michele and codirected by Gus Van Sant and stay for the parade of gorgeously shot, ingeniously styled looks unveiled in each ten-ish-minute episode. The entire GucciFest experience is as visually stimulating as Coachella, with the blue-chip luxury vibe of Art Basel. The series was originally released over the course of a week, but now the entire OUVERTURE of Something That Never Ended is available on Gucci’s YouTube channel. We’re not sure which is more exciting: the slides, bags, shades, and endless layers of Gucci—or Harry Styles, who (fresh off of his Vogue cover) appears in episode three. And in an unexpected twist, Gucci also elevated a lineup of independent designers—Collina Strada among them—by showcasing their films and designs alongside OUVERTURE on Gucci YouTube and at




    If it’s soft and fuzzy and keeps you toasty, chances are it’s on our radar. From a strappy sweaterdress that’s all kinds of sexy to a borrowed-from-grandpa cardi that’s beyond classic—and let’s not discount the perfectly chunky turtleneck and cashmere sweats—these are the mix-and-match pieces we’re wearing every which way.





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    Her Face Oil Is Epic; So Is Her Skin. We Had to Know More

    The Beauty Closet Questionnaire

    Jean Godfrey-June Megan O'Neill

    goop beauty editors Jean Godfrey-June and Megan O’Neill love to ask—and answer—questions. On their
    podcast, The Beauty Closet, they’re doing both. To
    familiarize you with each week’s guest, we came up with a goop beauty (and
    life) questionnaire.


    Nyakio Grieco,
    founder of Nyakio

    Nyakio Grieco was eight years old when beauty first popped up on her radar. Her grandmother, a farmer
    in Kenya, taught her to crush coffee beans and sugarcane and use them as an exfoliant. This glowy-skin tactic is
    one she still uses today, and it informed her vision for a clean, sustainable beauty line, which she tells us all about on this week’s episode of The Beauty Closet.


    As one of the most successful Black clean beauty founders, Grieco has seen a lot in the twenty years
    since she founded Nyakio, but this summer’s uprising over racial injustice—which rippled through every corner of
    our lives, including the beauty industry—has the mother of two reflecting on her early struggles to find funding
    and a foothold with retailers. “I remember thinking, Please, god, let me be successful so that I can help other
    women that look like me do this,” she says.

    Her success has been major, and her beauty is unstoppable—so we had to get her to fill out the goop
    beauty questionnaire.

    First job?

    Babysitter! I sharpened my problem-solving skills when three kids locked me out of the house and
    laughed at me through the window from inside.


    My greatest mentor is my mother—she approaches everything in life with integrity and grace.

    How often do you exfoliate?

    Twice a week I do a DIY Kenyan face scrub based on a recipe from my grandmother, who taught me how to
    make it using Kenyan coffee beans and sugarcane from her farm.

    goopiest moment so far?

    Making it through twenty-one days of the CLEAN cleanse…and I’ve never felt better.

    Best breakout fix?

    I spot-treat with a custom sulfur mask made by my aesthetician Shani Darden.

    Quarantine date-night makeup look?

    I wear Beautycounter Skin Twin Featherweight Foundation, Jones Road Cool Gloss in Boysenberry, and
    Honest Beauty Extreme Length Mascara, along with a snuggly Khaite sweater and Madewell jeans.

    1. Khaite Sweater

      goop, $1,380

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    Preferred form of exercise?

    I’m a devotee of FRMATION workouts by Justine Kennedy.

    Proudest moment?

    Giving birth to my two children, as well as birthing a beauty brand.

    Perfect Sunday afternoon?

    A family Malibu beach day.

    goopiest thing you’ll never try?

    I’m not counting anything out. I’m always open to a new adventure for the sake of wellness and

    What would you put on your neon sign?

    In bloom.

    How often do you recharge your crystals?

    Once a month under the full moon when I’m making all my wishes.

    We hope you enjoy the books recommended here. Our goal is to suggest only things we love and think you might,
    as well. We also like transparency, so, full disclosure: We may collect a share of sales or other
    compensation if you purchase through the external links on this page.

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    7 Gifts So Good, We Want Them for Ourselves

    Sometimes doing it right means doing it yourself. Applying mascara, organizing your home screen,
    curating a social media feed—sure, you can delegate, but they all turn out better when you DIY. When it comes to
    gifting, the theory holds: While our favorites will always be the incredibly thoughtful, totally unexpected
    surprises from friends and loved ones, gifting ourselves something special comes a close second. We asked
    seven staffers to share their ultimate objects of desire.

    1. 1

      ALI PEW

      Fashion director

      “This year calls for a major mood-lifter, something to wear that’s sentimental and feels really special. I
      love these timeless, understated white-gold earrings, and nothing brings joy like putting on amazing
      jewelry—especially when it’s this dreamy.”

      Van Cleef & Arpels Frivole Earrings

      In partnership with our friends at Van Cleef & Arpels

    2. 2


      SVP of communications and brand marketing

      “Our annual winter trip is canceled this year, so I’ve been trying to create festive moments at home to
      bring more celebration into our holiday season. These gorgeous plates and placemats are the perfect
      distraction from the fact that it’ll be a while until we can get on a plane. Since I’m a proud graduate of
      more-is-more school when it comes to tabletop, I’d complete my whimsical blue spread with this navy
      Alain Saint-Joanis lattice flatware. No one would know we were still in Los Angeles—well, at least for a

    3. 3


      Associate editor

      “We’re doing some home renovations in 2021, and I swear I’d give up boozy martinis forever for a lifetime
      of soaking in this Martini in this marble bathtub—even if it means blowing the budget before we’ve gotten
      past the bathroom.”

      goop Beauty “The Martini” Emotional Detox Bath Soak

      goop Beauty
      “The Martini” Emotional
      Detox Bath Soak

      goop, $35

      SHOP NOW

      Pibamarmi Marble Bathtub

    4. 4


      Creative director

      “Quarantine has given me an opportunity to step up my mixology game. I recently perfected the
      old-fashioned, and since I’m convinced the classics taste better in hand-cut crystal tumblers, I’ve been
      eyeing this stunning five-piece set from Richard Brendon.”

      Richard Brendon The Diamond Collection

      Richard Brendon
      The Diamond Collection
      goop, $840

      SHOP NOW

    5. 5


      Wellness director

      “It’s been about nine months since I had a good sweat—like a lying-on-the-mat-at-the-end-of-hot-yoga sweat.
      And even longer since I’ve seen the inside of a sauna. I really want to be drenched at home. I’m picturing
      myself wrapped up in this sauna blanket and cranking it to a level ten. Okay, maybe an eight. The blanket
      uses infrared, which heats up your body from the inside, but it also gets hot to the touch—a plus in my
      book. And I like that you can preheat the blanket to your preferred level and then play with the temperature
      once you’re in it. To continue my vision, I’d put on an audiobook for the next thirty minutes—Party of Two
      is in my queue. A potential downside, though, would be fighting over the sauna blanket when my husband tries
      to commandeer it, too.”

    6. 6


      Senior creative copywriter

      “Do I need a lipstick-red bag that reminds me of swirling around a glass of burgundy at Bar Hemingway in
      Paris? Not exactly. Is it festive and gorgeous and completely over-the-top illogical? Let a girl dreammm. As
      I keep telling (trying to convince?) my more rational half: It’s the only bag that appreciates over time!”

      What Goes Around Comes Around Chanel Burgundy Suede 2.55 10

      What Goes Around Comes Around
      Chanel Burgundy Suede 2.55 10″
      goop, $4,850

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    7. 7


      Senior director, communications

      “To me, there is nothing more special than the gift of art. I’ve been following Alexandra Grant’s grantLOVE
      project for some time and feel a connection with her Love print series with Oscar de la Renta. Plus, 100
      percent of the profits go to charitable beneficiaries.”

      grantLOVE grantLOVE for Oscar de la Renta prints


    1. Van Cleef & Arpels frivole necklace

      Van Cleef & Arpels
      frivole necklace
      Van Cleef & Arpels, $13,600

      SHOP NOW

      In partnership with our friends
      at Van Cleef & Arpels

    2. Grown Alchemist hand care set

      Grown Alchemist
      hand care set
      goop, $100

      SHOP NOW

    3. Alexa Pulitzer AP Custom Stationery

      Alexa Pulitzer
      AP Custom Stationery
      goop, $400

      SHOP NOW

    4. Wolfum backgammon set

      backgammon set
      goop, $125

      SHOP NOW

    1. Desomnd and Dempsey pajama gift set

      Desomnd and Dempsey
      pajama set
      goop, $265

      SHOP NOW

    1. Corroon monogrammed bag

      monogrammed bag
      goop, $700

      SHOP NOW

    2. G. Label Sharon Faux-Fur Jacket

      G. Label
      Sharon Faux-Fur Jacket
      goop, $795

      SHOP NOW

    3. Linus electric bike

      electric bike
      goop, $2,916

      SHOP NOW

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