Goopy Paltrow is still crapping at the mouth about the Met Gala and she’ll keep crapping at the mouth about the Met Gala until it’s time for next year’s Met Gala, so she can crap at the mouth about it some more. We already know that Goopy would rather blow crack smoke up into the Mayor of Toronto’s ass than go to the Met Gala again, because she told everyone not once, but twice. But she didn’t say how much she hated the Met Gala in this week’s Goop.
Goopy talks about getting ready for the Met Gala and instead of writing, “I should’ve just worn a Hefty bag so I would’ve fit in with all the other trash there,” she sort of gushed about all the fashion. Goopy said before that everyone at the Met Gala was a little “too old to dress punk,” but in this week’s Goop she was farting out a different tune:
The Met Ball, at NYC’s Metropolitan Museum of Art, is always the year’s most elaborate display of incredible fashion and this year was no different. The theme was ‘Punk: Chaos to Couture’ and when the house of Valentino’s Pierpaolo Piccioli and Maria Grazia Chiuri asked me to join them, I was thrilled to see what they would create with my right fashion hand, Elizabeth Saltzman.
We got all inspired in the goop office about punk making a comeback through subtle influence and thus, we asked one of my absolute favorite websites, the most excellently curated SSENSE, to show us how we could work it into our spring/summer wardrobes.
In the parlor at the House of the Death Eaters, Anna Wintour temporarily stopped sucking the youth out of a 12-year-old model’s mouth, picked up the phone, dialed the number to one of her minions and said, “You can tell every designer to un-blacklist that Goopy bitch now. Actually, wait a couple of days. My nips are getting hard just thinking about her getting kicked out Bergdorf’s. Blehehehehee.”