There are options for all tastes and all pockets, although cheap stocking stuffers are not plentiful
Every year, businesswoman and actress Gwyneth Paltrow publishes an impressive, but particularly wacky, product list for fans of the website Goop. This time, it ranges from $18 for neon-colored toilet paper to $300,000 for a trip to New Zealand.
Gwyneth Paltrow’s extravagant choice of holiday gifts has become as commonplace as Mariah Carey’s ‘All I Want for Christmas’. This year, the actress and lifestyle guru didn’t disappoint her fans with a new line of products, all of which are available on the Goop website. Its guide list includes 40 products.
The total value of the items on the list exceeds $900,000. There are options for all tastes and all pockets, although cheap stocking stuffers are not plentiful.
The most expensive gifts are a trip to New Zealand for $292,000, a classic Ford Bronco for $250,000 or a private jet safari experience for $135,000 a night in South Africa. The cheapest is a set of six rolls of neon-colored toilet paper for $18. And don’t forget the pets: Gwyneth Paltrow includes a dermatologist-approved dog hair dye set for $50.
Among the more wacky products, the Oscar-winning actress suggests a sex chair named Kiki de Montparnasse (similar to the literary character), worth almost $30,000, and a $420 Gucci bag for collecting dog poop.
A four-kilogram bag of various types of manure, which sells for €75, is also on the list. And if your fridge is too small, the actress recommends an underground cellar (buried in the ground and accessed via a ladder) for $15,900.
For years, Paltrow’s marketing strategy has been successful. In 2020, she designed a controversial scented candle, which she called ‘This Smells Like My Vagina’. Despite its high price ($75), the product sold out within hours. It seems everything Gwyneth Paltrow touches turns to gold so she can afford all the eccentricities she desires…
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