That leaves no other time,” and “Great loves too, must be endured,” are aphorisms worthy of Oscar Wilde.
Chanel was more than a dress designer: She was the architect of the modern woman, a woman who wore comfortable but complimentary clothing such as suits based on menswear but impeccably tailored for the female form, a woman who defined herself by her work and unapologetically lived her life on her own highly luxe terms.
When the Duke of Westminster asked Chanel to marry him, she declined and later commented, “I never wanted to weigh more heavily on a man than a bird.” Chanel died in 1971 at 87; her unrepentant and stylish modernism lives on.
In his defense, Chamberlain said, “The point of using the number was to show that sex was a great part of my life as basketball was a great part of my life.
Bill Maher has had a legendary career as a stand-up comedian, written seven books, helmed three successful television talk shows and wrote, produced and narrated If gossip, steamy tell-alls and court cases are to be believed, Maher’s taste in women runs a wide gamut. “They’re both institutions that don’t conform to human nature, so you’re going to end up with lying and hypocrisy.”Given his outspoken views, Maher hardly keeps it a secret that as a highly politicized single dude, he puts the “libertine” in “Libertarian.”Coco Chanel that are as lasting and relevant today as they were when she first dropped them.
Of his dating habits, Maher says, “I couldn’t go out with bimbos if I tried! “A girl should be two things: classy and fabulous,” “There is time for work, and time for love.
Henry David Thoreau Considering the almost uninterrupted praise that this author of such groundbreaking transcendentalist books as has received over the last century, it is easy to forget that Henry David Thoreau took a contrarian stance on everything from paying taxes to confining himself to a traditional marriage.
Though Thoreau wrote sparingly about his precise viewpoints regarding marriage and committed relationships, his often-stated antipathy to the idea of submission to any outward will made his life as a singular a virtual inevitability.