Karl Lagerfeld takes a set in the director’s chair for this 18 minute short film “Once Upon a Time.” The film celebrates the 100th anniversary of the first Chanel store in Deauville, Normandy. Not only is the film starring Keira Knightley as the late Coco Chanel, but she is joined by models Stella Tennant and Brad Kroenig, his son Hudson, and emerging actress Tallula Harlech. -Taryn Cox for THE WIFE
Psychotherapist Esther Perel is changing the conversation on what it means to be in love and have a fulfilling sex life. For the first time in human history, couples aren’t having sex just to have kids; there’s room for sustained desire, for couples to cultivate long-term sexual relationships. But how? Perel, a licensed marriage and family therapist, travels the world to help people answer this question.
In long-term relationships, we often expect our beloved to be both best friend and erotic partner. But as Esther Perel argues, good and committed sex draws on two conflicting needs: our need for security and our need for surprise. So how do you sustain desire? With wit and eloquence, Perel lets us in on the mystery of erotic intelligence.
With a steel case and chain bracelet interwoven with black leather ribbon, Chanel debuted it’s first iconic watch in 1987. The La Montre Premiere watch was designed to imitate the signature Chanel No. 5 perfume bottle, which also happens to be inspired by the Place Vendome. The French Fashion House has just re launched the watch with this darling video in celebration. The short film demonstrates how versatile the classic watch can be for any wife on the go whether your running to the gym, lunching with the girls or enjoying a evening out of the town. It can be perfect for any occasion and a must have in any wife’s wardrobe. – Taryn Cox for THE WIFE
After all the silver screen has taught us to expect of an elevator ride – violence, romance, awkwardness – you may well count it as the most disappointingly uneventful 30 seconds of your day. This is no reason to be complacent, though. You are still sharing a confined space with other people, and for that brief moment of transit – whether you’re arriving at the office, heading out on a date or simply meeting friends for coffee – your style speaks volumes.
In this short film, 27-year-old London-based guitarist Mr Max Hearne shows us the perfect look for each of these situations and more, while proving that the elevator, far from being merely a way of getting from A to B, might just be the ideal place to make a great first impression. Going up?
"THE WIFE" is for the timeless wife or elegant wife to be. Whether THE WIFE favors a career working in the corporate world or has dedicated her time and efforts as a housewife, She always maintains a happy and healthy family. THE WIFE is an astounding women and amazing mother, who proudly makes time for her husband and children. THE WIFE loves to cook, has a passion for party planning, a fondness for etiquette, adores decorating and keeping a beautiful home and of course dressing the part. THE WIFE cares about being "green" and takes the time to make her home environmentally friendly. Finally THE WIFE dedicates her spare time to charitable causes and giving back to her community.
Grammar Warning: I am clearly aware that my grammar is sub par. Please excuse any typos or misspelt words you may come across when reading this blog. There is not need to write or notify me. Thank You Kindly.
- Miss Taryn Cox
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