Catherine Zeta-Jones is set to rival Gwyneth Paltrow with her own Goop-inspired lifestyle brand – and her range will include vegan sho
Catherine Zeta-Jones is set to rival Gwyneth Paltrow with her own Goop-inspired lifestyle brand – and her range will include vegan shoes and traditional Welsh love spoons
- Catherine Zeta-Jones will launch her Goop-inspired lifestyle brand this week
- The Casa Zeta-Jones range will include vegan shoes, love spoons and make-up
- The range will rival Gwyneth Paltrow’s wellness brand which began in 2008
Catherine Zeta-Jones is set to rival fellow Hollywood star Gwyneth Paltrow by launching her own Goop-inspired lifestyle brand.
The Welsh actress will this week launch her Casa Zeta-Jones range featuring vegan shoes, coffee, love spoons and make-up.
Friends say she is hoping her new project will boost her profile and give her something to ‘focus on’ as her children get older.
Miss Zeta-Jones, 50, said of her venture, which she hopes will be as lucrative as Miss Paltrow’s: ‘Everything I have designed has truly been a passion project. I wanted to take this passion a step further and create a brand that’s beautiful and luxurious, while still being attainable.’
Catherine Zeta-Jones is set to launch a new Goop-inspired lifestyle brand to rival fellow Holywood star Gwenyth Paltrow
The ‘Casa Zeta-Jones’ range will include vegan shoes, coffee, love spoons and make-up as well as other home ornaments
Her main priority, it is understood, is her range of flat pumps which will sell for a modest £50 a pair. Described as being ‘made from the finest vegan leather’, she hopes that they will be attractive to ‘woke’ yet fashion conscious women.
As well as coffee and make-up, Miss Zeta-Jones, who shot to fame in 1991 when she played Mariette Larkin in TV’s The Darling Buds Of May, has a homewear collection that includes some traditional £52 Welsh love spoons usually given as gifts for a wedding, anniversary or as a thank-you gift.
She also offers dressing gowns, slippers and duvet sets in her collection.
Miss Zeta-Jones, who married Hollywood actor Michael Douglas in 2000, hasn’t starred in a hit movie since Red 2 in 2013.
She is the latest star to follow in the footsteps of Miss Paltrow, who in 2008 began her Goop wellness site with a weekly newsletter from her kitchen.
Miss Zeta-Jones hopes that her lifestyle brand will be as lucrative as Paltrow (pictured)
Paltrow began her Goop wellness site in 2008 with a weekly newsletter from her kitchen
She went on to sell bizarre products such as a vagina steamer, a vibrator on a necklace and vampire repellent.
Her company is valued at about £200 million and last year held its first summit in the UK, where tickets cost £1,000.
Two years ago, This Morning presenter Holly Willoughby planned a similar ‘lifestyle venture’ named Truly with Dragons’ Den star Peter Jones but she pulled out shortly before it was due to start after deciding she was too busy.