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FASHION TV BREAKFAST : FASHION TV


FASHION TV BREAKFAST : A W FASHION TRENDS 2011.



Fashion Tv Breakfast





fashion tv breakfast






    fashion tv
  • Fashion TV is an international television channel devoted to fashion and modelling.





    breakfast
  • eat an early morning meal; "We breakfast at seven"

  • the first meal of the day (usually in the morning)

  • Have this meal

  • provide breakfast for











fashion tv breakfast - Breakfast, Lunch,




Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (plus a bonus story: Cocktails)


Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner (plus a bonus story: Cocktails)



This collection of three linked short stories by Diane Meier, author of "The Season of Second Chances" (Henry Holt, 2010,) contains a bonus story called, ďCocktailsĒ. While there is no central and repeating protagonist, the stories are connected by main characters who create or comment on the images we come to recognize as Status and Style, with a high degree of irony and urban wit. Additionally, all of the stories take place around dining tables at meals; the bonus story being placed at a Philadelphia cocktail party.

Witty, arch, sexy, intelligent and surprisingly thoughtful, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner may make you hungry for a bit of gossip and more lively conversation about the mysteries of style and chance and life itself.

The three stories--Breakfast, The Talking Box; Lunch, Tap or Toe; and Dinner, Slip of the Tongue--are available for sale individually on Amazon as Kindle short stories.


Author Diane Meier, has run her own luxury marketing firm for decades, with clients like Neiman Marcus, Elizabeth Arden and DeBeers in her portfolio.

Her first book, "The New American Wedding; Ritual and Style in a Changing Culture", explored the many stylish options available in creating authentic ceremony and celebration. And her first novel, "The Season of Second Chances" was Henry Holt's lead book for Spring, an Independent bookstore choice (Indie-Bound) top choice and noted as a top Summer Reading Choice by The New York Times.

This collection of three linked short stories by Diane Meier, author of "The Season of Second Chances" (Henry Holt, 2010,) contains a bonus story called, ďCocktailsĒ. While there is no central and repeating protagonist, the stories are connected by main characters who create or comment on the images we come to recognize as Status and Style, with a high degree of irony and urban wit. Additionally, all of the stories take place around dining tables at meals; the bonus story being placed at a Philadelphia cocktail party.

Witty, arch, sexy, intelligent and surprisingly thoughtful, Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner may make you hungry for a bit of gossip and more lively conversation about the mysteries of style and chance and life itself.

The three stories--Breakfast, The Talking Box; Lunch, Tap or Toe; and Dinner, Slip of the Tongue--are available for sale individually on Amazon as Kindle short stories.


Author Diane Meier, has run her own luxury marketing firm for decades, with clients like Neiman Marcus, Elizabeth Arden and DeBeers in her portfolio.

Her first book, "The New American Wedding; Ritual and Style in a Changing Culture", explored the many stylish options available in creating authentic ceremony and celebration. And her first novel, "The Season of Second Chances" was Henry Holt's lead book for Spring, an Independent bookstore choice (Indie-Bound) top choice and noted as a top Summer Reading Choice by The New York Times.










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MEET AUDREY (6)




MEET AUDREY  (6)





Audrey Hepburn

Audrey Hepburn-Ruston was born May 4, 1929, near Brussels, Belgium. The daughter of an English banker and a Dutch baroness, she was sent to a girl's school near London after her parents' divorce. She was vacationing with her mother in Arnhem, Holland, when WW II broke out. She spent the war years in the Nazi-occupied town, attending a local public school and receiving ballet training at the Arhem Conservatory. After the war she went to London on a ballet scholarship. Graceful, slender, and long-legged, she soon began winning modeling assignments from fashion photographers. In the early 50s she joined Felix Aylmer's acting classes and began playing bit parts in British movies. While filming Monte Carlo Baby on the French Riviera, in 1951, she met Colette, the French novelist, who insisted that Audrey play the lead in the forthcoming Broadway adaptation of her Gigi.

Fragile and radiant, projecting both childlike and feminine qualities, Miss Hepburn was an ideal Colette heroine. Her success in the play led to a starring part opposite Gregory Peck in the film Roman Holiday, for which she won an Academy Award (she would later be nominated for Oscars four more times, for Sabrina,The Nun's Story, Breakfast at Tiffany's and & Wait Until Dark. Six weeks after the Oscar ceremonies she won the Tony Award for her performance in the Broadway play Ondine. Later in 1954 she married Mel Ferrer, her co-star in the play. They also co-starred in King Vidor's War and Peace, she as Natasha and he as Andrei. Ferrrer later directed her in Green Mansions; and produced her last picture of the 60's Wait until Dark; for which she received her fifth Oscar nomination, for her portrayal of a terrorized blind woman. But Ferrer had no part in the real highlights of her career, notably Funny Face, Love in the Afternoon,The Nun's Story, Breakfast at Tiffany's,Charade and My Fair Lady. They divorced in 1968. The following year she married an Italian psychiatrist nine years her junior and made her home in Rome and later in Switzerland. She was name a Special Ambassador for UNICEF and devoted much of her free time to charity. She returned to the screen in 1976 after a nine -year absence as a luminous 'Maid Marian' in Robin and Marian,but her subsequent film appearances were few and far between. Shortly after a highly publicized 1992 mission of mercy to famine and war-torn Somalia, she died of colon cancer and the early age of 63. She was mourned internationally as the loss of one of the favorite film actresses of all time, an icon to style, elegance, dignity, and charity.


Audrey Hepburn's farewell letter to her sons were from her favorite poem, she wrote Remember, if ever you need a helping hand, it's at the end of your arm. As you get older, remember you have another hand: the first to help yourself, and second to help others.













Home thoughts...




Home thoughts...





The perfect day according to:

HER
***
8:45 wake up to hugs and kisses
9:005 Pounds lighter on the scale
9:30 Light Breakfast
11:00 Sunbathe
12:30 Lunch with best friend at Outdoor Cafe'
1:45 Shopping
2:30 Run into Boyfriend's/Husband's ex - notice she's
gained 30 lbs.
3:00 Manicure, Facial, Massage, Nap.
7:30 Candlelight dinner for 2 and dancing.
10:00 Make Slow, sweet, romantic love.
11:30 Pillow talk in his big strong arms.

HIM
***
10:00 Wake up
10:02 Oral Sex
10:10 Big Breakfast
11:30 Drive up coast in Ferrari with gorgeous babe
2:15 Enormous lunch
3:15 Oral sex
3:25 Play sports with the guys
4:30 Drink Beer with the guys
6:30 Meet Claudia Schiffer
6:40 Oral sex
6:50 Huge dinner, more beer
11:00 Full on, get down, gorilla sex
11:10 sleep.

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fashion tv breakfast








fashion tv breakfast




Breakfast, The Talking Box (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner)






A marketing guru is on location in a small town in western Michigan with her crew of photographers, models, stylists and assistants. How she got there, and the gap between the world she needs to create in images, and the very real world she confronts, is the stuff of conversation and memory.

You may feel youíre actually sitting at the dinerís booth, as the cast and crew recount the stories of the family behind the luxury-retailer-client, and the woman they nickname, The Talking Box, who threatens to upset the cart of golden apples.

Stylish, witty and sometimes wicked, The Talking Box is an informed insiderís glimpse into the world of marketing and fashion.

This short story, the first of a series of three (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner), takes you behind the scenes in the lives of characters who create the images we come to recognize as Status and Style.

Author, Diane Meier, has run her own luxury marketing firm for decades, with clients like Neiman Marcus, Elizabeth Arden and DeBeers in her portfolio.

Her first book, The New American Wedding; Ritual and Style in a Changing Culture, explored the many stylish options available in creating authentic ceremony and celebration. And her first novel, The Season of Second Chances was Henry Holtís lead book for Spring, an Independent bookstore choice (Indie-Bound) top choice and noted as a top Summer Reading Choice by The New York Times.

See more at www.dianemeier.com

A marketing guru is on location in a small town in western Michigan with her crew of photographers, models, stylists and assistants. How she got there, and the gap between the world she needs to create in images, and the very real world she confronts, is the stuff of conversation and memory.

You may feel youíre actually sitting at the dinerís booth, as the cast and crew recount the stories of the family behind the luxury-retailer-client, and the woman they nickname, The Talking Box, who threatens to upset the cart of golden apples.

Stylish, witty and sometimes wicked, The Talking Box is an informed insiderís glimpse into the world of marketing and fashion.

This short story, the first of a series of three (Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner), takes you behind the scenes in the lives of characters who create the images we come to recognize as Status and Style.

Author, Diane Meier, has run her own luxury marketing firm for decades, with clients like Neiman Marcus, Elizabeth Arden and DeBeers in her portfolio.

Her first book, The New American Wedding; Ritual and Style in a Changing Culture, explored the many stylish options available in creating authentic ceremony and celebration. And her first novel, The Season of Second Chances was Henry Holtís lead book for Spring, an Independent bookstore choice (Indie-Bound) top choice and noted as a top Summer Reading Choice by The New York Times.

See more at www.dianemeier.com










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