Health and well-being have been on the radar of actress Gwyneth Paltrow since 2008 when she founded Goop, an online wellness company that promotes healthy living through blog posts and a marketplace full of original Goop products with everything from sustainable fashion to bath and body.
At Goop, just like at the Impakter Eco marketplace, shoppers can find global brands made from responsibly produced materials. Paltrow has stocked her website with everything from naturally-sourced skin and body care to healthy, veggie-filled recipes and ingredients.
Paltrow is also active on Goop’s YouTube channel, where she showcases her company’s wellness products, spa routines, and skincare regimens that she utilizes in real life for anyone to embrace.
“The collection has saved 2.7 million liters of water and more than 3 tonnes of CO2 EQ. emissions,” writes Ecoalf on its website.
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Gwyneth Paltrow sustainable fashion capsule collection
Just in time for the winter fashion season, Goop by Ecoalf is a five-piece, limited edition capsule collection featuring 100% vegan coats made from recycled materials.
“Gwyneth Paltrow’s admiration for Ecoalf’s brand mission and approach to sustainability was the impetus of the collaboration,” said Goop. “These winter essentials are made with the highest quality recycled materials to reduce water and energy consumption, as well as CO2 emissions.”
Discover the @goop by Ecoalf capsule collection made with the highest-quality materials. 5 timeless, feminine and sustainable pieces.
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— ECOALF (@ecoalf) October 20, 2022
From the Navy Puff Sleeve Jacket made from recycled polyester and low-impact materials like Sorona®, which comes from corn-crop waste, to the Navy Rain Jacket made from plastic bottles cleaned from the ocean floor, the collection is committed to transparency.
It’s also the latest example of the clothing industry embracing “slow fashion” in light of the recent backlash against greenwashing.
Accessible products made from natural materials
Ecoalf’s values are committed “with our planet, with the environment and with all people,” making it clear that words are put into action with the There is No Planet B fashion collection as well as with its #PEOPLEFIRST and #ACTNOW campaigns.
Goop, whose slogan is “Nourish Your Inner Aspect,” has found the perfect partner in Ecoalf since both brands bridge sustainability, worker welfare, and overall mental and physical wellness.
When the planet is protected, people are protected. The fundamental right to accessible products made from natural materials and fair labor production is a value Goop and Ecoalf support every day.
All of this is thanks to Gwyneth Paltrow sustainable fashion revolution, as she has become more than an actress; she is a wellness visionary who has just made sustainable living even more accessible to the world.
Editor’s Note: The opinions expressed here by the authors are their own, not those of Impakter.com — Featured Photo: Gwyneth Paltrow at the 2011 Chelsea Flower Show. Photo Credits: Farrukh.