How 3 (Very Chic) Guests Got Ready for Gwyneth’s Holiday Party

To toast G. Label by goop, Gwyneth hosted a holiday fete in the lofty barn of her LA home. The party, orchestrated by event designer Mimi Brown, felt festive and warm, thanks in large part to the flickering candles scattered about the space and the gorgeous blush-and-burgundy florals by Kelly Jean Ross. Decked out in timeless G. Label looks, guests clinked glasses of bubbly from Champagne Lallier while snacking on ROE Caviar and cheese boards by Annie Campbell.

Given the guest list, we couldn’t resist playing fashion correspondent—ahead, creative director and fashion influencer Jen Azoulay; happiness researcher Deepika Chopra, PsyD; and fashion blogger Stephanie Liu Hjelmeseth break down their party looks for us.

How One Stylist Wears Her Favorite Sneakers

Becky Malinsky is a personal stylist and trend forecaster, former deputy fashion director at the Wall Street Journal’s Off Duty section, and owner of a particularly fun-to-follow Instagram account. We pay attention to what she posts—and lately, she’s been posting her New Balance sneakers. And we understand why: They’re comfortable and enduringly classic and complete virtually any outfit. Below, Malinsky shares four looks featuring her favorite styles.

What to Wear on a First Date according to Professional Matchmakers

Now that first dates don’t have to be over FaceTime, we turned to two experts—Greta Tufvesson and Nikki Lewis, founders of The Bevy, a boutique matchmaking service—to shed light on what to wear and how the dating scene has changed. “We’ve noticed a shift for the better,” says Lewis. “COVID has made us all reprioritize what really matters in life, and there’s an open-mindedness around the entire sphere of meeting someone.” With that in mind, we pulled together six fun first-date ideas and what to wear for each.

How to Make a Colorful Outfit Feel Considered

With the time change under our belts, we’re adjusting our fashion choices as we did our sleep schedules, leaning into color theory to navigate this seasonal shift. As it turns out, styling complementary colors together—refreshing blues with cheerful yellows, for example—is an underrated way to breathe new life into familiar silhouettes. Pair an artfully tailored cerulean suit with piled-on gold jewelry or buttery trousers with an iridescent anorak—the contrast between warm and cool creates an appealing visual harmony.
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