To launch the podcast, the beauty and lifestyle brand has teamed up with American fashion brand Banana Republic
Gwyneth Paltrow’s beauty and lifestyle brand Goop has teamed up with US fashion brand Banana Republic to launch a new podcast.
In the eight-part series Paltrow and Goop’s Chief Content Officer Elise Loehnen will interview female entrepreneurs from across the US, kicking off with Moms Demand Action founder Shannon Watts.
Watts’ movement fights for public safety measures to protect people from gun violence in America.
Loehnen said: “At Goop we are driven in large part by female stories and the voices of women, particularly those who challenge our existing perceptions of what’s possible.
“This series will feature conversations with the women we look up to, those who lead with grace, power and curiosity, and are redefining what we think it means to break boundaries.”
Episodes will be released every Tuesday finishing on 22 October.
Banana Republic’s Chief Marketing Officer Mary Alderete added: “We look forward to energising listeners with real conversations that we hope will inspire each and every one of us to live a life with no boundaries.”
Other founders set to feature on the podcast include American life coach Marie Forleo and former Teen Vogue Editor Elaine Welteroth.