Gwyneth Paltrow stores her clothes for daughter Apple
Actress Gwyneth Paltrow arrives at the 84th Academy Awards in Hollywood, Feb. 26, 2012. (AP / Chris Pizzello)
Published Friday, September 14, 2012 6:29PM EDT
Gwyneth Paltrow puts her clothes in storage for her daughter.
The ‘Country Strong’ actress – who has children Apple, eight and six-year-old Moses with husband Chris Martin – does not like to hang on to old dresses and instead saves them so she can pass them on to her daughter when she is old enough.
Paltrow’s stylist Elizabeth Saltzman said: “She has an edited wardrobe. It all gets put away and documented – when and where she wore it – and then it’s gone into storage for her daughter. She’s not a hog.”
Saltzman also claimed the Tom Ford-designed gown Paltrow wore to the Oscars earlier this year has “changed fashion” because it was so simple.
She added to People.com: “I usually bring no more than four things for her to look at. For the Oscars, I bought her one. I did have a second dress there, but I never even unpacked it. I said, ‘Hey, y’all in your sequins and your tulle – side slits, beads!’ It was a moment where you just put your hands up and go, ‘I’m sorry’. No one had rocked a cape.
No one had gone dead simple. You just knew it was going to change fashion.”
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