Vanity Fair posted an expanded letter from editor in chief Graydon Carter about “the whole Vanity Fair-Gwyneth Paltrow brouhaha” today. In it, Mr. Carter explained, in expanded detail, how the whole thing came to be.
Like many editorial meetings, Vanity Fair‘s devolved into an open forum on How Women Feel about Ms. Paltrow. The female staff was divided between those who thought Ms. Paltrow had nice legs and good lifestyle advice and those who are annoyed by her nice legs and lifestyle advice. The male staff, of course, just thought she had nice legs.
Gwyneth Paltrow, the lifestyle writer/lifestyle coach/lifestyle lifestyle/actresses from Iron Man II and Sliding Doors, is such a giver. Her heart is almost too big, you know? Like she’s always trying to teach the common plebeians who read her newsletter GOOP how to live life to its fullest. (Hint: Buy $82 pajamas for your children; be Gwyneth Paltrow; rinse and repeat.)
And how much does she charge for this service? $100? 1,000 baby seal skins? No way! She likes to give her fans this advice for free…not including the charge of the products she’s hawking, of course.
This week, join us as we check out Ms. Paltrow’s magic GOOP cleanse diet/facial creme! Because you are fat.