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Editor's ToDo List 1. Watch The Rocky Horror Picture Show: Let’s Do The Time Wrap Again AGAIN !

5. Finish retouching all the photos, or I will get overwhelmed

2. Remove all the APPs from my phone that I have not used once in past 6 months

6. Send message to Katy Perry that I am obsessed with her new song : Chain To The Rhythm

3. Come back to earth after watching ARRIVAL (one of the best movies of 2016)

7. Stop telling people that SNL is more real than the actual NEWS

4. Catch up on the latest session of Bates Motel before the new and final one begins

8. Stop procrastinating and edit Ryan McCartan feature so I can share this issue with all of you

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Cover Story Ryan McCartan

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SO Bello - Vitvity

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Spotlight: Sanja Rajacic

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Venetian / Las Vegas

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Food / SUGARCANE raw bar grill

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Fashion - Rock My Body

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Fashion - Point Break

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The Expert Guide By An International Supermodel

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Contemporary Lifestyle - Chatham

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Bello PUBLISHER IMAGE NATION STUDIO L.L.C. California, USA editorial@bellomag.com ADVERTISING advertising@bellomag.com Aleksandar Tomovic (editor in chief) alek@bellomag.com Stephane Marquet (creative director) steph@bellomag.com Leslie Alejandro (executive director) leslie@bellomag.com Dio Anthony (entertainment editor) dio@bellomag.com Warren Alfie Baker (fashion director) warren@bellomag.com Nicole Walmsley (beauty editor) nicole@bellomag.com Dee Trillo (senior lifestyle and travel editor) dee@bellomag.com Michelle Ganney (associate entertainment editor) michelle@bellomag.com Fabio Fernandez (fashion news director) fabio@bellomag.com Kimmy Erin Kertes (fashion editor-at-large) kimmy@bellomag.com Hiko Mitsuzuka (entertainment editor-at-large) hiko@bellomag.com Steven Carver (international editor) steven@bellomag.com Brent Lambert (design and technology editor) brent@bellomag.com Jon Norris (european editor) jon@bellomag.com Mark Norris (european editor) mark@bellomag.com INTERNS PAULO ACUÑA (editorial assistant) paulo@bellomag.com CELESTE PIRAINO (social media and communications assistant) celeste@bellomag.com LAYOUT NEBOJSA DOLOVACKI CONTRIBUTING WRITERS MICHELLE GANNEY JON AND MARK NORRIS (Fashion) CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS LESLIE ALEJANDRO VANESSA VIOLA  ALDO CARRERA ALEKSANDAR TOMOVIC  TED SUN

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McCartan WORDS BY MICHELLE GANNEY PHOTOS BY LESLIE ALEJANDRO AND VANESSA VIOLA

At the mere age of 23, Ryan McCartan’s career is already soaring. The Minnesota-born charmer is a double threat in the entertainment industry. He showed off his singing chops in the TV movie The Rocky Horror Picture show and his acting chops as a series regular in Disney’s hit show Liv and Maddie. The aspiring entertainer sat down with BELLO to talk about his next steps on his road to stardom.

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AGAIN, I’M VERY BLESSED BUT I ALSO HAVE TO BE REALLY CAREFUL AS I HAVE A VERY IMPRESSIONABLE GROUP OF FANS, THEY’RE AT THAT SORT OF THAT AGE WHERE THE RIGHT WORDS, OR THE WRONG WORDS, CAN REALLY MAKE A DIFFERENCE.

How did you begin your career in LA being from Minnesota? I started because my sister came out of the womb singing and dancing and I think my parents discovered I could sing because I was making fun of her! And what happened from there? My manager! Nancy is an absolute angel, not just the best manager but the best person ever. I am so eternally grateful to work with her. I think that’s the cornerstone of all of this, it wouldn’t be happening without her. She supports me personally too, she’s much more about making an impact than making a lot of noise and that really means a lot to me. I know you tweet and instagram a lot about the brand Love Your Melon, the organization helping to improve the lives of children battling cancer. Tell me a little bit more about this? What they do and how vocal their brand is and the confidence that they give people who are going through something that difficult I think is absolutely beautiful and breathtaking, so I really wanted to be a part of it. A cousin of mine is working very, very intensely with this charity through her school so she asked me if I would jump on this campaign again and I said absolutely. Again, I’m very blessed but I also have to be really careful as I have a very impressionable group of fans, they’re 9

at that sort of that age where the right words, or the wrong words, can really make a difference. So anything I can do to promote organizations that are promoting positivity and confidence and helping people out, I’m on board. That’s really important to me and I’ve seen it make a big difference in people’s lives. That’s something I am never going to lose sight of. With regards to your music and your acting, what can your fans expect from you in the future? The end of last year I was finishing a lot of projects that I was producing and spearheading on my own which was great. My manager and I are working on producing a film, I’m also writing making and producing a lot of music with one of my best friends in the world which has been really exciting. We do it all in my bedroom and just sit there for hours and turn the knobs and it’s really, really cool. So the end of last year was this sort of weird independent time where I was doing everything myself, all these entrepreneurial side projects. Lastly what are your 2017 New Year resolutions? I don’t know if I’ll be able to do this but I really want to try. I want to try and release a song a month in 2017. I have the capabilities to do it, I have the support to do it and I definitely have the passion for it. I love music and I’ve learnt some invaluable lessons. February 2017 - BELLO


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Sanja Rajacic I’M A SERBIAN SOUL WHO FELL IN LOVE WITH AMERICAN ACTING STYLE. I TOOK MY FIRST ACTING STEPS IN A THEATRE WHEN I WAS 7-YEARS-OLD, BUT I KNEW THE FULL MAGIC WAS GOING TO HAPPEN ONLY IF I PURSUE IT IN SHAKESPEAREAN NATIVE LANGUAGE. MY FIRST NAME DESCRIBES ME PERFECTLY, SANJA, “A DREAMER”, SO IT WAS ONLY A MATTER OF TIME UNTIL I LEFT TO PURSUE THAT KID’S FANTASY.

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spun the globe that was glowing above my head every night before I went to sleep, and the first country that my finger fell on was Canada. I asked my parents for permission and they said yes without thinking twice. My assumption was that they didn’t take me seriously, but when I came back with approved visa, they couldn’t let me down and say no. I packed my bags and went to Canada to learn English. My parents were my biggest support, emotionally and financially, but it was I who paid for my first two semesters out of my own money that I saved ever since I first imagined acting next to Leonardo and Meryl. I was supposed to go to a Law School and do acting on the side (because Serbians are well-educated people and it was expected of me to be the same), but my drama teacher didn’t let me leave without auditioning for drama school. I sent my application to Ryerson University, but I still translated my two Serbian monologues into English, and auditioned for the American Musical and Dramatic Academy. I didn’t follow the dress code or any other auditioning rules, because Broadway and Hollywood were only imaginations done

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next to the globe before I fall asleep; so, I satisfied myself with Canadian school and auditioned for AMDA just to prepare and loosen up for the Canadian York University. When I received the “CONGRATULATIONS” e-mail, I had to give it to my friend to verify if I understood English well or I only wasted a year away from home. At the age of 19, I moved to that concrete jungle where dreams are made of, loving every single day of it. I was not old enough to party, nor did I care about anything other than acting and practicing “ho, ha, hou” in order not to sound like a Serbian criminal. After my Conservatory Degree, my voice and speech teacher called me to check if I auditioned for Shakespeare in the park. I laughed, saying it’s absurd for me to even try it. He made me go to the audition the next morning, and not only did I get the role, but my dream to act as a male character in Shakespearean play came true. Blanche died in the 3rd act so I reappeared as Melun in the 5th. 3 years have passed, I finished my 6 am, 8 hour, Broadway auditions, and moved to LA to finish my BFA Degree, experience film and give something

back to my parents (to at least watch me on the big screen and read the subtitles). Nothing was harder and more joyful at the same time than writing a character for myself in my first feature film “48 Hours and 1 minute”. I love choosing pieces that deal with topics that people avoid, especially because it changes my own perspective of life, as well as other people’s. The movie is about kidnapping and it’s only one more role that made my parents get worried about me, thinking I am going through rough times on my own. One of my favorite acting roles is Arnie from “What’s Eating Gilbert Grape” (which was my inspiration to become an actress), and I was the happiest when I finally had a chance to portray a disabled child in my own independent film. After hours of rehearsal, I remember holding a cup of water and thanking God for being healthy and being able to take that sip. It made me realize that I cared and complained about foolish things in life, and it made me understand people and experience life better. That is the reason why I am an actress. I want to move that trigger in other people and start the thought process that will impact their future actions.

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Venetian - Las Vegas LOCATED IN THE HEART OF THE LAS VEGAS STRIP, THE VENETIAN LAS VEGAS FEATURES ALL-SUITE ACCOMMODATIONS, EXQUISITE RESTAURANTS AND WORLD-CLASS ENTERTAINMENT AND SHOPPING.

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he luxury resort offers elegant suites, including standard suites that are nearly double the size of the average Las Vegas hotel room. The Venetian is home to restau-

rants from celebrated chefs including Wolfgang Puck, Mario Batali, Thomas Keller, Emeril Lagasse and Buddy “Cake Boss” Valastro. The resort also features Canyon Ranch SpaClub; a fiveacre pool and garden deck; TAO night-

club; the Grand Canal Shoppes retail and dining mecca; a 120,000-squarefoot casino and poker room; and more than 2.25 million square feet of meeting and convention space. For more information, visit www.venetian.com. photo by STEPHANE MARQUET

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SUGARCANE raw bar grill SUGARCANE raw bar grill, whose flagship Miami location snagged a James Beard Award nomination, has arrived to The Venetian, and we had the most amazing dinner experience there. SUGARCANE raw bar grill executive chef/partner Timon Balloo has successfully lead this experience.

photos by STEPHANE MARQUET “Vegas has been good for the brand,” he said, “and The Venetian has been a great partner. Everyone thought this would be a great partnership.” You must try some of their amazing cocktails, and let me tell you, everything on that food menu is amazing. #145 issue - BELLOmag.com

SUGARCANE raw bar grill features a raw bar, plus an open-fire grill and a traditional kitchen, which will turn out such familiar dishes as bacon-wrapped dates (although with a linguica difference) and the more exotic, in the likes of pig ear pad thai (must try) and Okinawa purple sweet potato.

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featured drinks, eight are exclusive to the Las Vegas menu. Highlights on the menu include the Parisian Geisha (vodka, sake, mint and lemongrass), the Figo (Montecristo spiced wine, fig liquor, pear juice and lime) and the Bushido or “Soul of Japan” (shochu, plum sake, muddled plum and daikon beer float). New cocktails join SUSHISAMBA classics such as the national drink of Brazil, the Caipirinha, Peru’s frothy and famed Pisco Sour and variations of Japanese ChuHis along with much more.

terpreted through decor with accents of wicker, wrought iron, palms and fans. “You really feel like you’re stepping into a plantation house,” he said. “Vegas and Miami have many similarities, in a recreational lifestyle. We thought it would go hand-in-hand.”

THE SPACE A dark corridor from SUSHISAMBA leads guests to the 4,000-square-foot SUGARCANE nightclub. Designed by ICRAVE, an award-winning design studio with deep roots in the hospitality industry, SUGARCANE’s interior fuses the raw and industrial with polish and sophistication. A stage, dance floor and DJ booth are made of bamboo, smoked and frosted acrylic, resin and paper. Gold and chocolate brown leather cover exotic wenge wood banquettes. More than 4,000 custom-made simulated “sugarcanes” drop down from the ceiling and contain moving lights that wind through the tubes and rods. Inter-

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nationally-acclaimed lighting designers Isometrix developed an innovative lighting program with theatrically-colored lights projecting through the dramatic sugarcane ceiling terrain.

THE COCKTAILS SUGARCANE serves SUSHISAMBA’s impressive array of signature cocktails. To reflect the restaurant’s Japanese, Brazilian and Peruvian culinary roots, SUGARCANE’s in-house mixologists offer cocktails made from fresh muddled fruits, juices and herbs. Out of 17

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Rock My Body Photography by ALDO CARRERA

Aldo Carrera is a Mexican-American fine art and fashion photographer. His work has a cool, impromptu style that creates a documentary type feel. This allows the viewer to feel like they are part of the process more intimately. Influenced by the Renaissance painter Carvaggio, his style involves the use of dramatic lighting paired with observation of the natural state of mind.

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Point Point Break is a story of camaraderie. Three guys, who are long time (childhood) friends, venture out to a secluded stretch of beach in Point Dume, Malibu for some surf. There’s sacredness to the time you get to hang out with your best friends out in nature, far away from the distractions of everyday life.

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SWIM TRUNK T. CHRISTOPHER NATURAL SHERPA SLIDES TOMAS MAIER SURFBOARD STAMPD SUNGLASSES TOM FORD @SAKS FIFTH AVE. BEVERLY HILLS

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TERRY FLEECE MATADOR BEACH WRAP Â TOMAS MAIER SURFBOARD STAMPD SUNGLASSES TOM FORD @SAKS FIFTH AVE. BEVERLY HILLS

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OMBRE BOARD SHORT (LEFT) TEAMM8 BLOSSOM SWIMSHORTS (RIGHT) SUPAWEAR SUNGLASSES TOM FORD @SAKS FIFTH AVE. BEVERLY HILLS

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SWEATSHIRT AND SWIM TRUNK EVEREST ISLES

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WHAT BEING A MODEL MEANS IN TODAY’S SOCIETY

the expert guide by an international supermodel WRITTEN & CREATED BY MARK NORRIS

There used to be a time when the average fashion model would live a life of disparate luxury, away from ‘normal society’, where people slave away working for a living. But times have changed, the commercial world has tightened its belt, and brands are no longer held at ransom for this seasons prettiest face. I would harbour there being four ways in which the model industry has changed over the years; diversity, instant exposure, a voice for good, international fan base.

DIVERSITY Although there have been different “ideal body types” for models throughout history, in the past, if a model didn’t fit into that particular category, their modeling options were limited. From the waif’s like Kate Moss to curvier models like Cindy Crawford and Claudia Schiffer, one body type has often dominated the modeling world. Even on the men’s side, attending a casting full of virtually every identity you can dream of becomes quite tedious and daunting. What is the brand looking for? Many times I don’t even think the brand knows, before they meet him/ her. Of course, this makes booking jobs much more difficult. There are so many ‘flavors of the month’ these days that one can never predict the next direction the wind will blow.

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INSTANT EXPOSURE In the 1970s and 1980s, entering a modeling competition became a popular way to get discovered by a modeling agency. David Gandy is an example of that. But these days, the exists a plethora of ‘model scouts’, that spot talent on the street, and introduce them to agencies worldwide, which shoots them directly to the most important clients and photographers. Kate Moss

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Of course, social media has had a huge impact on this area of discovery and self-obsession.

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Tyson Beckford

A VOICE FOR GOOD Models have a voice for good more than they ever have before. Today, many models use their social position to make important political and social statements. Some models speak out about their political views, marriage equality, charity and humanitarian efforts, animal rights, and the modeling industry itself.  Many models, like Miranda Kerr, Lily Aldridge, and Hilary Rhoda, partner with big-name brands to raise funds for charity. This is one of the most positive aspects of the level of celebrity many models achieve today. 

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AN INTERNATIONAL FAN BASE Before the internet and social media, the public knew far less about their favorite models than they do now. Nowadays, there are even social media celebrities. So professional models live an intrusive life that barely gets hidden from their facebook or instagram feeds. Their fans know everything.

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This can have implications on many other aspects of their life, and psychological well-being. Children grow up with a lot of pressure these days to create a ‘social media life’ that people desire. I can only imagine that when I was growing up.

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A Great British Company

CREATED AND WRITTEN BY JON & MARK NORRIS

Chatham, the name of an historic dockyard in South-East England, but also, perhaps more famously, the name of one of the U.K.’s strongest homemade shoe brands, still designing and making shoes on the mainland, today.

Quintessentially British, Chatham have been making shoes for over 25 years, developing their offering of extremely high quality, durable footwear, with lauded nautical aesthetics to suit all occasions.

that suits every lifestyle, from the glitz and glamour of Mayfair’s elite, to the relaxed, chilled and organic lifestyle of the countryside, from practical loafers, to traditional deck shoes and hiking footwear.

For every occasion and for every taste, this versatile brand makes footwear

Owning a pair of Chatham, having them in your wardrobe, it’s an essential

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‘must-have’ for any man, today. Every man has his style, and every shoe has its function, but at Chatham, a rarity in today’s retail environment, fashion and pragmatism is linear, and combines to make exquisitely, well produced, real ‘British’ shoes.

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Editors Picks We were looking for a quintessential British shoe that would work on multiple occasions over the Spring/Summer period, both in the UK, and abroad. We have highlighted our favorites of the Chatham range, below.

ALL-ROUND STYLES: Bermuda II G2 Boat Shoe (TAN)

The Deck II G2 Boat Shoe (BROWN)

Bermuda II G2 Boat Shoe - Walnut Seahorse. A refined classic two tone boat shoe made with the best pull up and nubuck leathers money can buy. Relaunched for 2015 with an improved sole unit, new branding, and all of the features you’d come to expect from our G2 deck shoes. Rot proof thread, premium leather laces, razor cut rubber sole, and unlined for your sockless comfort.

The Deck II G2 Boat Shoe - Walnut. The unrivaled best British designed boat shoe available now features a new sole unit with enhanced grip. Only the most premium nubuck leather and materials are used. This style is totally moccasin constructed and handstitched on the last. You can’t make a boat shoe better than this.

SUMMER STYLES:

MADE IN BRITAIN STYLE:

Pacific II G2 Boat Shoe (GREY & BLUE)

Pitt Made in Britain Lace up Boat Shoe (TAN)

Pacific II G2 Boat Shoe - Grey. Pacific G2 is a favourite summer time shoe with bags of style, super comfortable design and washable leather. 2 year manufacturers guarantee.

Pitt Lace Up Deck Shoe in Tan/Navy. A UK first, Made In Britain, fit for a king. Chatham are proud to be bringing some manufacturing back to the UK with our Pitt boat shoe. Hand stitched, moccasin constructed, premium deck shoe made in our Exeter factory.

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