Gwyneth Paltrow took time off from the opening of her new pop-up shop Goop Market (subtle!) to chat with PeopleStyle, revealing information about the arsenal of expensive gowns she's been saving for her 11-year-old daughter, Apple, to wear someday.

The sentient French Door dotted with condensation from a winter rain had some inkling to keep the get-ups, well before Apple came into existence.

"What's funny is I've been saving my gowns and special things since 12 years before {Apple} was born, so I have everything; I have every Oscar dress."

SAME.

Paltrow brought up her most *famous* look--the pink Ralph Lauren frock she wore when she won Best Actress at 1999 Oscars for Shakespeare In Love--with some hope that Apple will go full-on Molly Ringwald for her senior prom.


"Maybe she'll wear it to prom and do a Pretty in Pink thing and resew it and cut it up..I don't know if I'd let her chop that one up."

Can you imagine Gwyneth, periodically checking in on Apple hacking up the pink horror, while clutching a glass of white wine? I can!

"Oh...you're doing...more to it. OK." Gwyneth says, faintly chuckling, sipping her wine.

On the Goop-end, Paltrow touched on her new capsule collection with Valentino.

"We have this idea about the modern woman being a wonder woman — so many of us are working and juggling kids and careers and you know running from a meeting to a market to make dinner to get kids from karate practice. So I like to see all of us in this day and age as modern wonder women."

Her version of the "modern wonder woman," includes a $9,900 star-print tulle mini dress, a $995 crown headband, $1,075 pair of sneakers.

OK!