On Thursday, October 12th, Gwyneth Paltrow, CEO and Founder of goop, celebrated her most recent collaboration with the Owner and Founder of the Colony Hotel in Palm Beach, Sarah Wetenhall.
Starting November 1st, Gwyneth Paltrow’s goop Villa will be available for booking inside the Colony Hotel. Paltrow began her lifestyle brand, goop, back in 2008. Since then, Gwyneth Paltrow has created a brand that offers clean beauty products, clothing, home goods, and wellness products, and now, goop’s Villa!
Paltrow and Wetenhall hosted an intimate dinner party to kick off this iconic collaboration. The dinner party began with some Cartier champagne and a tour of the new goop Villa.
After sipping on champagne and taking a walk-through goop Villa, the group sat down for dinner at the Colony Hotel’s restaurant Swifty’s, which will also feature a ‘goop menu’ this upcoming November.
Guests including Karolina Kurkova, Amy Astley, Iman Hassan, Sai De Silva, Kate Love, Blair Eadie, and many more enjoyed a three-course meal. The sounds of the evening were set by DJ Pamela Tick.
This incredible group of CEOs, influencers, writers, and more not only toasted to Paltrow and Wetenhall’s collaboration but the 15th anniversary of goop as well!
The goop Villa in Palm Beach is beyond dreamy, including two bedrooms, two full and a half bathrooms, and a luxurious living space. The interior design of the villa has a romantic, Parisian feel while still maintaining the glamourous Palm Beach aesthetic.
The villa’s color palette includes earthy tones such as mauve, sage, beige, and off-white. Sherpa couches, velvet chairs, and floral arrangements give the villa a comforting feel—making it the perfect self-care destination.
Of course, the villa will also be stocked with goop products for the guests to enjoy during their stay. This collaboration is truly a match made in heaven.
If you’re looking to vacation in Palm Beach during the colder months or want to enjoy a staycation, we absolutely recommend booking the goop Villa at the Colony Hotel.