Gisele Bündchen allowed Chanel, who she's worked with closely for years as the face of Chanel N°5, to film her in her natural setting as she talks about her connection to nature and the significance of fragrance. Intimate and authentic, the film follows Bündchen as she traipses the sprawling grounds, leading us to a wood cabin - her "sanctuary" - running through yoga postures, strumming her guitar and sipping tea by a roaring fire. In short, the films prove that yes, the Brazilian beauty really does have the perfect life. Sigh.

Not that she didn't work hard to get there: "I left [my family] when I was 14, with 50 dollars in my pocket, for a world that was totally foreign to me," Bündchen reveals. "It was hard at the beginning, my looks didn't appeal at first, but my family always supported me. My father told me to put my strong character to work, and he was right." See our exclusive first look at the first film in the series below.

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