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GOOP 15

Incredible (Nostalgic) Pizza,
Glowing Skin, and 13 Other Things
We’re Talking About

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    Tempaper x goop

    “My family and I recently moved into a new home, and it’s been a wonderful, nonstop—slightly daunting—project to renovate. We’re nearly there, but our dining room still needs a dose of life—and I’ve found it with the new Tempaper x goop Wings wallpaper. It’s serene. Ethereal. And the gorgeous dove grey complements everything in the room. I love how the birds and butterflies give the space a little unexpected whimsy.”
    —Kim Kreuzberger, chief revenue officer

    TEMPAPER X GOOP WINGS REMOVABLE WALLPAPER, goop, $125

  2. Tempaper x goop Wings Removable Wallpaper
    Tempaper x goop Wings Removable Wallpaper
    goop, $125

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    SkinTē

    “SkinTē is sparkling, invigorating, and a perfect little pick-me-up for the 3 o’clock slump. At first, I was drawn to the pretty pinkish packaging. And then its skin-friendly ingredients, like antioxidants and collagen (which we can all agree are really having a moment). But then I tasted it, and I was hooked on the hibiscus and ginger flavor—it’s so refreshing. And even cooler: The company was founded by a bunch of badass women—a doctor, a chef, a business pro. Who run the world, again?” —Alyssa Nelsen Geiger, senior creative copywriter

    SKINTĒ COLLAGEN SPARKLING TEA, SkinTē, $24 for box of 4

  2. SkinTē Collagen Sparkling Tea
    SkinTē Collagen Sparkling Tea
    SkinTē, $24 for box of 4

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  2. Citizen Mustard

    “I love a good dinner party, one that perfectly combines an amazing ambience, incredible plant-based food, and really good wine. And Citizen Mustard nails this. The luxury dining company hosts an impeccable dinner every month, each time at a new location. It’s delicious. It’s adventurous. And it’s so incredibly fun—as every good dinner party should be.” —Julia Fox, project manager

    CITIZEN MUSTARD DINNER PARTIES

  3. Citizen Mustard Dinner Parties
    Citizen Mustard Dinner Parties

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    POT LUCK

    “Every Sunday, I make a big pot of soup to get me through lunches for the week. I recently bought the Big Deal pot from Great Jones, and it’s the absolute best. I love the two-tone details so much that I leave the pot sitting on my stove top even when I’m not using it.”
    —Dylan Mullen, director of business development

    GREAT JONES BIG DEAL POT, Great Jones, $95

  2. Great Jones Big Deal Pot
    Great Jones Big Deal Pot
    Great Jones, $95

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    A GOOD SWEAT

    “I have always felt that a good, satisfying workout needs to be fast-paced, intense, and sweaty. But recently, I decided to change it up with a Pilates class with Karen Lord at her new Venice location. The class flew by, my limbs were shaking, and I felt that same post-workout bliss I normally do, but I also felt more satisfied and relaxed. Maybe slow and steady does win the race?” —Sandra Slusarczyk, fashion and market assistant

    KAREN LORD PILATES CLASS, Karen Lord, starting at $40

  2. Karen Lord Pilates Class
    Karen Lord Pilates Class
    starting at $40

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  2. COMME SI

    “My biggest pet peeve is when socks slip down under my arch and bunch up to remind me my functional-garment game needs an update. Comme Si is the answer to all my woes. Made of Italian silk or Egyptian cotton, with a pitch-perfect trouser cut, in the most smile-y shades ever (moss, lime, neon orange, lavender), these are the socks to see me through all occasions and relieve me of the stop, drop, and pull that all other socks require.” —Diana Ryu, director of content operations

    COMME SI SOCKS, Comme Si, $52

  3. Comme Si Socks
    Comme Si Socks
    Comme Si, $52

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    KEHINDE WILEY PLATES

    “I first studied artist Kehinde Wiley in high school (shout-out to Mr. Clumpner!), and I’ve been mesmerized since. Wiley gives classic portraiture a perspective upgrade by exclusively featuring black- and brown-skinned subjects, bringing the European gravity and status of portrait painting to photographs of young men from Harlem, Mumbai, Rio, and more. I love these renditions of his work done on ceramic plates. So stunning and perfect.” —Sheely Taylor, associate manager, brand partnerships & marketing

    KEHINDE WILEY PLATE SET, Artware, $525

  2. Kehinde Wiley Plate Set
    Kehinde Wiley Plate Set
    Artware, $525

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  2. PAIN PIZZA

    “Stouffer’s French Bread Pizza is to a kid who grew up in the burbs of New Jersey what the madeleine was to Proust. But even if you didn’t eat this freezer-aisle delicacy growing up, the combo of a crunchy baguette topped with gooey cheese and sauce has universal appeal. Fellow Jersey girl, food writer, and pizza expert Karen Palmer creates her own, even better version with local ingredients like Bub and Grandma’s bread and Standing’s Butchery sausage. This all happens at her Pain Pizza pop-up events. So far, she has served LA’s Eastside at places like Highly Likely and Hatchet Hall, but rumor has it she is headed west. Follow her on Instagram for the next location. And get there early before she sells out!” —Andrea Arria-Devoe, sustainability editor

  3. PAIN PIZZA
    PAIN PIZZA
  1. PAIN PIZZA

    “Stouffer’s French Bread Pizza is to a kid who grew up in the burbs of New Jersey what the madeleine was to Proust. But even if you didn’t eat this freezer-aisle delicacy growing up, the combo of a crunchy baguette topped with gooey cheese and sauce has universal appeal. Fellow Jersey girl, food writer, and pizza expert Karen Palmer creates her own, even better version with local ingredients like Bub and Grandma’s bread and Standing’s Butchery sausage. This all happens at her Pain Pizza pop-up events. So far, she has served LA’s Eastside at places like Highly Likely and Hatchet Hall, but rumor has it she is headed west. Follow her on Instagram for the next location. And get there early before she sells out!” —Andrea Arria-Devoe, sustainability editor

    PAIN PIZZA

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  2. OUTERKNOWN

    “I have followed Outerknown—Kelly Slater and John Moore’s sustainable menswear collection—since its inception. Not only do I live in the men’s tees and flannels but I believe in the company’s commitment to protecting our planet, creating opportunity in the supply chain, and inspiring change. I am so excited that the brand is launching a women’s line. The collection is so wearable and stylish—from the tops to the dresses to the jumpsuits.” –Jacqueline Schulze Weitzen, director of communications

    OUTERKNOWN WOMEN’S COLLECTION, Outerknown

  3. OUTERKNOWN Women's Collection
    OUTERKNOWN Women’s Collection
    Outerknown

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    A CHIC REMINDER

    “The team at MyIntent will take any word or phrase (fourteen characters or less) and hand-stamp it on one of these beautiful bracelets. The idea is to choose something that’ll remind you of something that brings you joy or gives you strength, every time you look at your wrist. I chose ‘laugh it up’ to remind me not to take life too seriously. It helps me stay cool and grounded through all the craziness.” —Cory O’Donnell, event producer

    MYINTENT CUSTOM TWIST BRACELET, MyIntent, $22

  2. MyIntent Custom Twist Bracelet
    MyIntent Custom Twist Bracelet
    MyIntent, $22

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    UTOPIA GOODS

    “Scrolling through Instagram one evening, I came upon Linda Rodin’s feed—and lost my breath. What is that scarf she’s wearing? How could I get one? I quickly learned it’s from Utopia Goods, an Australian design company that makes impeccable handcrafted fabrics, furnishings, and accessories inspired by exotic botanicals. The items, designed by Bruce Slorach and Sophie Tatlow, are matchless. Punchy colors. Beautiful prints. And Tatlow herself, whom I had the pleasure of spending time with in LA recently, is just as gorgeous and vibrant as the company she keeps (that being Rodin and her scarves, of course).” —Stacey Lindsay, articles editor

    UTOPIA GOODS SILK NECKERCHIEF, Utopia Goods, $125

  1. Utopia Goods Silk Neckerchief
    Utopia Goods Silk Neckerchief
    Utopia Goods, $125

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    SKIN SUPERSTAR

    “Vintner’s Daughter has always been one of my favorite brands, and I am so excited to get my hands on the new Active Treatment Essence. Winter (even in LA) can be hard on the complexion. This brightening, hydrating, and smoothing essence is the perfect addition to my routine. And it’s available first here on goop!” —Ivy Benavente, senior buyer of beauty, wellness, and home

    VINTNER’S DAUGHTER ACTIVE TREATMENT ESSENCE, goop, $225

  2. Vintner’s Daughter Active Treatment Essence
    Vintner’s Daughter Active Treatment Essence
    goop, $225

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    TENSION BUSTER

    “I hold all my stress in my shoulders, and I completely swear by G3PRO by Theragun. It’s a percussive massage device that gets deep into the muscles to relieve tension. After a few minutes of using it, I think my shoulders dropped away from my ears three inches. This is a total game changer for athletes, parents, photographers…really anyone who is on their feet all day. Come to think of it, it’s pretty great for people hunched over their computer desks all day, too.” —Renee Rupcich, art director

    THERAGUN G3PRO, goop, $599

  2. Theragun G3Pro
    Theragun G3Pro
    Theragun, $599

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  2. LIPSTICK ANGELS

    “Lipstick Angels is a charitable organization that is dear to my heart, and one that I’ve been lucky enough to work with at goop. Founded by Renata Helfman, it provides beauty services—using only clean, nontoxic products—to restore hope and self-esteem to cancer patients undergoingchemotherapy. Since Lipstick Angels launched in 2012, Helfman and her team have served over 10,000 patients at six hospitals in LA, NYC, and SF.” —Kelly Faulds, senior manager of wholesale

    LIPSTICK ANGELS

  3. Lipstick Angels
    Lipstick Angels

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    HEYDAY FACIALS

    “Lately, I have been traveling a lot, and the different climates have made my skin freak out. I love facials (I am a goop girl, after all), so when the new personalized skin-care company Heyday reached out to me about working together, I was game to try. It is seriously cool with incredibly personalized facial options,

    as well as a curated shop. The aestheticians are warm and really committed to educating clients about their skin. I’m thrilled that they’ll soon be opening in Brentwood, just a stone’s throw from goop Lab (my second home).” —Leila Benirschke, retail events manager.

    “Lately, I have been traveling a lot, and the different climates have made my skin freak out. I love facials (I am a goop girl, after all), so when the new personalized skin-care company Heyday reached out to me about working together, I was game to try. It is seriously cool with incredibly personalized facial options, as well as a curated shop. The aestheticians are warm and really committed to educating clients about their skin. I’m thrilled that they’ll soon be opening in Brentwood, just a stone’s throw from goop Lab (my second home).” —Leila Benirschke, retail events manager.

    HEYDAY 75-MINUTE FACIAL, Heyday, $140

  2. Heyday Facial
    Heyday 75-minute Facial
    Heyday, $140

In partnership with our friends at Tempaper

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