Society / The Seen

Gwyneth Paltrow Throws an Intimate Dallas Dinner Party at a Stunning Home

It’s a Goop Mania Moment

BY // 04.30.18
photography Amy Karp

What: Goop x Cointreau dinner party

Where: Elisa and Stephen Summers’ Dallas home

PC Moment: Following an afternoon shopping fête at Highland Park Village‘s new Goop pop-up — which showcased Prada’s latest collection and provided proceeds to the Genesis Women’s Shelter — Goop founder Gwyneth Paltrow welcomed some of Dallas’ chicest Goopies for an intimate dinner party.

Chez Summers, guests not only celebrated Paltrow’s return to Dallas (she last breezed into town in 2014 when her first Goop pop-up debuted in HP Village) but also the 70th anniversary of Cointreau’s Original Margarita, which Dallas socialite Margarita Sames fashioned in the 1940s.

In addition to ready-to-wear, home wares, and beauty products (like Goop’s coveted bath salts), there is a super-chic Cointreau margarita bar inside Paltrow’s Dallas boutique.

Cointreau margarita bar at Goop Dallas (Photo by Stephen Karlisch)

For the al fresco spring soirée, New York chef Seamus Mullen crafted dishes of wild snapper crudo and grilled striped bass, while Jeni Britton Bauer served some of her famous desserts. Cointreau cocktails, including The Farmers Market Margarita and The Spicy Margarita, flowed throughout the evening.

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For all things Goop, visit the Goop Dallas shop before it closes Sunday, June 3.

WhoGwyneth Paltrow, Stephen and Elisa Summers, Brian BolkeTina Craig, Jane Aldridge, Lucy Wrubel, Kimberly Schlegel Whitman, Taylor Tomasi Hill, Nick Wooster, Robyn and Michael Siegel, and Catherine Macmahon.

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