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Summer is here and it’s all about location location location! And it’s Hot on Location! With blockbusters and popular series returning, we thought we’d show you just HOW HOT! Featuring 3 gorgeous actors with HUGE projects debuting this June. We couldn’t be more proud to share them with you in a romp through the past! A fashion editorial featuring new vintage looks and adorable situations proving that chivalry and courting isn’t dead as our actors woo our beautiful model Natasha Overin, who in our opinion, perfectly fits the roll of our retro california belle. Naturally we have all of our other fabulous features. On the trend side, our forecasters Natalie De Groot and Martin Le Maitre focused on the sizzling Party destinations across the world... So you can get your trend on wherever it may lead you. We haven’t forgotten our beauty darlings out there either... Bisous Beauty is ready to share all of the summer tips to protect your skin and hair. Happy Summer Everyone! Enjoy our Location Issue and we’ll see you back in FALL with ISSUE #10!

Shelli Wright Creative Director / Editor in Chief Christopher Robin Bredesen Design Director / Executive Editor


Shelli Wright Creative Director / Editor In Chief Christopher Robin Bredesen Executive Editor / Co-Founder Giovanni Perez Art Director Design Guru

Jasmine Hromjak Andrea Cansler Beauty Editor Audrey Brianne Fashion Director

Contributing Photographers: Shelli Wright Stephen Glathe Sarah Fletcher Martin Kunert Kendal Riley Lucas Passmore Alena Ray Louis Aguila

Contributing Writers: Paiman Salimpour Sormeh Salimpour Liz Lillie Jordan Laudadio Hailee Lautenbach Kyla Moran Martin LeMaitre Shelli Wright Andrea Cansler

Contributing Fashion Editors: Natalie De Groot

Martin Le Maitre Design Guru

Jasmine Hromjak Fashion Intern Kacy Owens

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UMMER STUNNER We all know the secret to looking fabulous during the summer is looking like you didn’t try. By using nude tones and natural bronzers you can get that sun kissed look without actually sunning yourself. Here’s some of our favorites to help achieve that natural summer look.


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It’s Summer! FLORAL PRINTS are popping up everywhere. Your clothing shouldn’t be the only one having fun... let your face in on the trend! Embrace your inner #flowerchild and let the SUNSHINE in.


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There’s a new Generation of Actor coming up in the ranks and we have 3 of the summer’s hottest playing out our fashion courtship battle. Actors Riley Smith, Booboo Stewart and Michael Lomenda tell us about their big projects this summer while they woo their way into our hearts and vie for model Natasha Overin’s attention on this Retro trip down dating lane.

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MICHAEL LOMENDA by HAIILEE LAUTENBACH

Tell us who you are? Where are you from, how you got started in acting...etc? I was born and raised in small town Alberta, Canada. My dad was a pro-hockey player with the W.H.A. in the 70’s and retired to work in the oilfield and my mom ran her own hairstyling salon. I have a brother who’s 6’3”, 220, size 13 feet and works with tiny little babies at a neonatal ward in Montreal. He basically nurses critically sick babies back to health so they can go home with their folks. I’m a proud brother. I played piano classically and other instruments and acted in High School, but never really sang ‘till my first year of college when I snagged a role in the musical at the last minute when the guy they’d cast couldn’t handle the singing. That same year, I auditioned for Sheridan College as practice for the following years auditions circuit. In spite of not being able to sing above a middle C, they directly accepted me. Three years later I graduated and was working in the business in Toronto. Since then I’ve been really lucky to perform around the world mostly in musical theatre but also a bit as a director, musical director, and in the studio doing voice over work. Tell us who you are? Where are you from, how you got started in acting...etc? I’d been very lucky to be working fairly steadily as a music theatre performer playing lead roles across Canada previous to Jersey Boys, but at 28, when I was cast in the Original Canadian Company of Jersey Boys, it was my first big gig in downtown Toronto, where I lived. It was definitely a huge deal for me and a massive learning experience Tell us how Clint Eastwood came to cast you as the role of Nick Massi in the upcoming Jersey Boys film? I think I was cast largely due to him seeing the show in San Fran at the Curran theater when I was there performing with the Jersey Boys First National Tour. Mr Eastwood appeared one day at our matinee about two weeks before our run was ending. I didn’t believe he was there until, 3/4s of the way through the show, someone texted me a pic of him in the lobby. He


came backstage afterward, said he really enjoyed the show, we shook hands, took pictures, and he left. I, in all honestly, assumed the movie had been cast already and he was just brushing up on the show before he started shooting. I’m a Canadian with no film experience; there’s no way I’m getting cast in a Clint Eastwood film. But a couple weeks later I got a call to audition in New York so I flew down from Toronto. Then, I got the most incredible phone-call of my career saying I’d booked the film and soon thereafter sitting in an office on the Warner Brothers Lot with Mr. Eastwood chatting about the show, Nick Massi’s bass guitars, and the fact that a small part of his film, Unforgiven, was shot on my uncle’s land in Drumheller, Alberta. Crazy.

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Clint Eastwood is notorious for only doing one take so the best scene only needs to be shot once. What was your experience with this? He definitely likes to move quick. I appreciate where he’s coming from - I find if I get into my head too much as an actor, I can get in my own way. It creates a very quick focussed vibe on set and although he moves quickly, he still allows room to experiment and collaborate. He’s still very much a kid at heart having a blast doing what he does best. I think the craziest thing for me was the first time he asked me if I was happy with the takes and could we move on. Of course my default answer was always, “If you’re happy, Boss, I’m happy”. We shot a lot of the scenes in the movie only a couple of times at the most. It being your first film, were you nervous about all the productions, crew, and cameras in your face? Absolutely. That first day was one of the craziest days of my life. We started shooting with a musical number that we performed live in front of a room full of crew and extras. And then I was on the schedule for a scene that I wasn’t part of in the stage musical; it was a short scene between Tommy and Frankie. I thought there was a mistake. But I ended up being part the scene, a scene I’d never been part of in my 1200 performances on stage, and so I had to improvise. This might not seems like a big deal, but when you’ve done a show a bajillion times the same way every night on and off for almost 4 years and improvising is something you are ONLY allowed to do if someone flubs a line and needs saving, it was a surprise. So a scene that was usually a two-hander between Tommy and Frankie became a four-hander between us all, and I dove in head first, terrified but galvanized. It set an awesomely exciting improvisational tone for a large part of the movie.


This film has created quite a stir in Hollywood everyone seems to be excited for it’s release...when can we count on that? That’s good to hear! It’s a really incredible group of people involved in this film and I’m really proud and grateful to be a part of it. The release is set for June 20 and we’ve been lucky enough to close the LA Film Festival as our LA premiere. Can we expect more theatre or film roles for the future Michael Lomenda? I hope so. There’s always that small self-deprecating voice in the back of my mind that says, after I finish a gig, I’ll never work again. And it’s less a “small voice” and more of a screaming group of banshees when your first movie ever winds up being an Eastwood film. Also, for me, the past several months have been less about my next gig and more about moving my life from Toronto to LA. You don’t know how much stuff you accrue until you have to write it all down, pack it in a pod, and ship it across the continent. All I can say is that filming Jersey Boys colossally redefined some things for me - it completely turned my perception of acting on it’s head in the best possible way. It sent me back to the sandbox as an actor and I, bad pun ahead, dug it. So, I hope the right future film or TV project comes along to continue that awesome exploration.

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RILEY SMITH by HAIILEE LAUTENBACH

Tell us who you are? Where are you from, how you got started in acting...etc

My name is Riley Smith, I’m from a small town in Iowa called Marion. I started acting at the age of 18 while in New York during a brief stint in modeling. How long have you been here in Hollywood? I moved to Los Angeles to film the pilot in January of 1998. What was your first project? A Warner Brothers pilot called “Minor Threat”. You’ve been on a ton of TV from Freaks and Geeks to 90210. You have always been a popular choice for Teens. Was it strange being a Teen heartthrob when in truth you’re not really a Teen? When I started, I was still a teen. And then for about 10 years I guess I never aged in Hollywood’s eyes. There were a lot of times where I fought against it and wanted to play my age. But as I’ve matured I’ve realized that it has been a blessing. I had the opportunity to bring experience and maturity to the younger roles I did. I think it gave me an advantage in the audition rooms. Plus, I have the rest of my life to play my age:)

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Now you’re playing the new Vampire on the last season of True Blood and let’s just say it’s a more “mature” role for you...did the sex scenes throw you off a little? The first thing everyone said to me when I landed the role was “Oh, youre going to have to get naked”... That had never dawned on me until then. So yeah, it was looming over me for about 2 months until I actually had to do it. But Im glad I did! It wasn’t as bad as I thought it would be. They do it so much on that show, that the crew and cast know how to put you at ease. I had an amazing director Simon Jayes, who made it a very smooth situation. It’s all about trust and I trusted them. It also gave me the drive to get a personal trainer and push myself to get in great physical shape. It was the kind of positive push I needed and glad that I did.


Do you prefer playing the recurring role on a television series, or the few months that you spend working on a film? It’s more about the material than the shooting schedule for me. TV is a well oiled machine. You know what you are walking into. Which is always nice. Sometimes you don’t know what you’re walking into on a film. But there is something exciting about the unknown as well. With all these projects under your belt, what’s one of your favorite places work has taken you to? I have been so blessed to have been given the opportunity to see so much of the world while doing what I love. When you travel for filming, you usually move to a town for a good chunk of time (2-3 months or more) and you really become a member of society. You make friends, you find your favorite cafes, etc. And then you pack up and move back to LA and its all a memory that will never happen like that again. Its a journey man lifestyle. But I’m one of the luckiest guys in the world to get to do it! Last year I fell in love with my time in Portland and Wilmington, NC. But I’ve also lived in some far out places like Cape Town South Africa to Toronto, Miami, Vancouver. I love to travel and explore new places. So this job suits me.

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Were you a fan of the show? I had watched a number of episodes over the years when my close friends were on it. So I had an idea of what was going on. But once I was offered the role, I locked myself inside for a weekend and caught up with more of them so that I knew what I was walking into.

Many know you as an actor but you’re also the singer of a very popular band “Life of Riley.” Tell us about that! Do you carry your guitar everywhere on set? I am in a band called The Life Of Riley as a hobby. Its a passion project that I developed because of so much time alone on the road. Just me and my guitar many nights. Yea, my Taylor Guitar goes everywhere with me. I just recently got a Baby Taylor, thats smaller and easier to carry around. I cant wait to start a new chapter of travel with it!


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What is some advice you would give your 18 year old self? Dont let the highs get too high or the lows get too low. Stay humble, show up on time, and never forget that you are never too good for the job you have. So, what can we look forward to from Riley Smith? Me on your telly


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BOOBOO STEWART by HAIILEE LAUTENBACH

I don’t really consider myself a heart throb... I just appreciate the fact that people want to see the films I’m doing and I hope that continues. Tell us a little about yourself, where you’re from, what started you in acting etc...you can be brief and skip things if you like. Well I started in Modeling and doing stunts. Then I went on to getting a record deal at 12. I ended up touring with Miley, The Jonas Brothers and then the Cheetah Girls. I really got interested in Acting after seeing Heath Ledger in Dark night. After that I booked Twilight and things just took off. Being Seth in Twilight and now Warpath in X-men, is it difficult to become a part of a well known fantasy world and then try to come back to reality? Hahah..Not at all. They are both amazing Franchises to be involved with and I can’t believe how lucky I am sometimes. But yes I’m able to separate the fantasy from reality. What keeps you grounded? My family and friends. What’s the weirdest thing to have happened to you on set while filming? I don’t know about weird, but the most memorable was being on the set of XMEN the first day. AMAZING! If I could I would thank Bryan Singer Everyday. You’ve already racked up an impressive imdb page. How do you feel about your career so far? What role would be the ultimate signifier to yourself that you’ve made it? I have been very blessed. My dad and I are always looking for something new and challenging. I don’t think any one role would do that. I think it’s more of a combination of all of the roles I have done that make up what I am as an actor.


In X-men you worked with a lot of influential actors. Who did you learn the most from? Obviously Bryan was very informative and I watched how he worked as I aim to direct one day. I was also lucky enough to have had many conversations with Ian. Some people may not know that you take your physical responsibility of a role very seriously sometimes changing your body losing or gaining weight to correspond with the character...do you have a nutritionist who helps you prepare for these roles? Also, how much muscle weight did you put on for Warpath? I think it’s important to look the part. For me that means gaining or losing a large amount of weight it would seem. haha I had just recently wrapped a film intitled THE WELL in which I play a teen dying of kidney failure for this role I dropped my weight to 111 lbs. I’m usually around 145. It was incredibly difficult. Then a few months later I had to be ready for XMEN which meant gaining 60 or so lbs to round out to 170. It meant a lot of food and many many hours in the gym. What other projects can we look forward to seeing you in? As I mentioned “THE WELL” will be out right after “XMEN Days of Future past” in June. Then “Like a Country Song”, “Balsam Falls”, “LOWLIFES” and “Hope Bridge” all of which should be out this year. Next will be the start of production on the “Descendants” which looks to be really fun and directed by Kenny Ortega. With all your success, fans must be popping up. How are you handling your heartthrob status? I don’t really consider myself a heart throb but thank you. haha. I just appreciate the fact that people want to see the films I’m doing and I hope that continues. BISOUS | 98

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I felt like a freshly groomed pretty pony after using this shampoo! My hair was shiny and full of body. Packed with Seaberry & Omega oils to revitalize even the most exhausted summer manes.

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SHELLI WRIGHT - EDITOR IN CHIEF CREATIVE DIRECTOR Shelli Wright is a Fashion Photographer residing in Los Angeles, California. After obtaining a BS in Journalism Shelli continued her studies in Paris at Parsons School of Design. It was that stint in Paris that inspired Shelli to follow her passion for Fashion and she began shooting models for agencies in Paris, London, NY and of course back on the west coast in her home town of Portland Oregon. Now working over 15 years in Southern Cal, Shelli decided to enlist director/editor and partner in crime Christopher Robin Bredesen to start what is now Bisous Magazine. A platform for other creatives like themselves to forge relationships and friendships worldwide and put out what they think to be a pretty bitchin’ mag. http://www.shelliwrightphotoworks.com

CHRISTOPHER ROBIN BREDESEN - EXECUTIVE EDITOR CO-FOUNDER

Chris began his career in documentary film over 15 years ago following dirtbag skateboarders around the world. Thus began his passion, thereafter continuing his studies and receiving a B.A. in Journalism from the University of Oregon. He is an award-winning editor and has worked in the commercial, feature, TV, and documentary genres. For the past 5 years, Chris’ focus has been on fashion and beauty in both print and film. www.bredesenproductions.com

AUDREY BRIANNE - FASHION DIRECTOR Audrey Brianne is an LA-based full-service wardrobe stylist with offices located in the heart of West Hollywood on Sunset Boulevard. Her career boasts work experience at renowned companies such as Tommy Hilfiger, Betsey Johnson and People’s Revolution, a fashion design degree from FIDM and styling endeavors in both New York and Los Angeles.


ANDREA CANSLER - BEAUTY EDITOR Andrea brings over 12 years experience in medical dermatology, beauty, and the entertainment industry. She is a writer, comedian, and lover of all things aesthetic: a twisted “Dear Abby” of the beauty world. She loves: the movie “The Jerk,” red lipstick, and animals. Hates: driving backwards & when people don’t say “thank you.” Indifferent about: tap water.

GIOVANNI PEREZ - ART DIRECTOR Graphic Designer Edward Perez, 24, attended the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandising back in 2008 in pursuit of getting a degree in graphic design. He graduated with a deep connection to style and has worked with several designers as a layout editor and stylist.

JASMINE HROMJAK - DESIGN “Part Muppet, part Machine.” portfolio can be found at http://jasminehromjak.com

NATALIE DE GROOT - FASHION EDITOR Is a fashion designer born and raised in Los Angeles. After designing for l and is currently successful lines Natalie now freelances as a design consultant working towards releasing her own clothing line.


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MARTIN LEMAITRE mens’ trends #PRboy, men’s fashion aficionado, world traveler. and avid social media connoisseur @martinLeMaster

MICHAEL POORE director of photography Take me to your leader. Michael is our resident genius behind the camera dealing with all things Motion.

SORMEH SALIMPOUR writer Sormeh Salimpour is the co-founder and creative director of Sormeh Lifestyle. Her work experience includes a long-term internship at fashion PR firm People’s Revolution, as well as assistant to celebrity stylist Monica Rose. Sormeh prefers daisies to roses and believes that no look is complete without the perfect arm party. PAIMAN SALIMPOUR writer Paiman Salimpour is the co-founder of Sormeh Lifestyle and is one of California’s cutting edge lifestyle designers. She is known for her out of the box thinking combined with an extraordinary sense of imagination and wonder. Paiman prefers globe trotting, books, and living in a roofless ruin over the perfect adobe.

JORDAN LAUDADIO writer A Chicago native who draws inspiration from unconventional places. Follow me on Instagram! (Jlaudad)

HAILEE LAUTENBACH I model in LaLa land but I also spend many nights watching lord of the rings in sweatpants, so I don’t know what I am anymore. I also like to sell my soul so follow me on Instagram, @Haileebobailee


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