In her interview, the “Sliding Doors” dame chats about the naming process for her Juice lipstick colors- “The line is made in California, so I was thinking of my California posse: Cameron, Blythe, Apple, Drew, Reese, Kate, Chelsea…. If you were to ask me what my biggest success is, it’s that I’ve been able to maintain and nourish my relationships. As you get older, you choose friends based on not only what feels resonant and warm but if they’re bringing something to your life. My women friends are incredibly intelligent. There’s no posturing, no competition. Especially in Los Angeles, I see pockets of friends who are very competitive, and I think, ‘What is the point? I would rather be alone in bed with a book than have a girlfriend who is like that.’”
Putting aside their differences for the sake of family, Gwyneth Paltrow and her ex-husband Chris Martin both showed up at Thanksgiving dinner on Thursday (November 26).
Joined by their kids and a large group of friends, the “Shakespeare in Love” lady was all smiles as she posed for a photograph along with the “Fix You” singer, who just so happened to be clear across the room.
She received plenty of static for announcing her divorce from Chris Martin with the words “conscious uncoupling,” and Gwyneth Paltrow clarifies the whole situation in her new interview with Fast Company.
The “Sliding Doors” dame shares, “When I announced that I was separating on the website, [Editorial Director] Elise Loehnen titled the piece Conscious Uncoupling and I had no idea. When something like that happens, I think everybody is like, 'Oh, s***.' I just tell them that I think we are creating interesting discussions.”