Gwyneth Paltrow has one of the most enviable wardrobes in Hollywood, and she recently highlighted some of the most memorable pieces in a video for her lifestyle brand, Goop. From red carpet accessories to the dress she wore when Brad Pitt proposed, Paltrow shared some of her most special fashion pieces.
In the video, Paltrow showed off the storage facility where she keeps all her clothes and accessories. “I take things out of this closet from time to time,” he explained. “Really, if I need something special, or things I love, I’m saving them for myself if things come back in style or for Apple (his 18-year-old daughter).”
Some of the most notable looks come from the ’90s, when Paltrow was one of the biggest trendsetters in Hollywood. One dress he pulled out was a white Calvin Klein shirtdress.
“(It’s) very ’90s,” Paltrow said of the dress she wore to the 1996 premiere of the pallbearer. “He is loose, he is relaxed. It’s giving that very ’90s ‘I don’t give a fuck’ thing.”
Paltrow also showed off some red carpet accessories, including the light pink Manolo Blahnik heels she wore to the 1999 Oscars. That year, Paltrow won the Best Actress Oscar for her performance in shakespeare in love.
Another ’90s item shown was a brown suede Christian Dior dress she wore “when (she) had brown hair. A real look at the time,” Paltrow laughed. The actress also showed off a red Gucci gown from the 1996 MTV Movie Awards that she said she’s worn “many, many times.”
One of the items that viewers loved to see was the dress that Paltrow said she was wearing when Pitt proposed to her. The couple was together from 1994 to 1997 and got engaged when she was 24 years old.
“We were in Italy,” Paltrow recalled as she eyed the long-sleeved floral dress. “We went up to something like a roof deck and I was shocked!” She and Pitt eventually parted ways with Paltrow saying that she wasn’t ready to get married.
Fans of Paltrow’s ’90s fashion sense loved getting an up-close look at some of the most memorable pieces from her extensive wardrobe. Who knows? Maybe we’ll see Apple sporting these pieces in the future!