Style Notes: Gwyneth Paltrow Calls Goop Theft "Good Publicity"; Thakoon Has a New Investor

Gwyneth Paltrow The Fast Company Innovation Festival - H 2015
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Cruise into the weekend with a little fashion news.

Last Saturday, Gwyneth Paltrow's NYC Goop pop-up store was robbed of $170K worth of merchandise at the hands of three masked thieves. But the 43-year-old master of zen isn't too worried about it. According to her mom, Blythe Danner, Paltrow said that everything's OK, adding that the heist was nothing if not good publicity. [Yahoo Style]

Big changes are underway at Thakoon. Vivian Chou, the 22-year-old leader of Bright Frame Fashion (a family investment vehicle under the purview of her business mogul father, Silas Chou), recently acquired a majority stake in the designer's label. Chou has major plans to shift the company's operations to a fast-fashion model — but with designer quality and price points. To carry out this goal, the brand will focus on e-commerce and delivery of the product into customers' hands as soon as possible. [Vogue]

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Miley Cyrus is a big baby. No, really, the 22-year-old donned infant garb and rolled around on the floor for her new "BB Talk" music video, and it's everything you'd imagine the pop star dressed as a giant baby could ever be. Baby bonnet? Check. Pacifer-sucking backup crew? Check. Regret? Double check. TGIF. [YouTube]