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The Dream Issue

LIZZY GREENE PHOTOGRAPHY WILLIAM CALLAN

JANUARY 2020


PhotographyChristopher Photograhy Sharad Bhat Rusev Photography Simon Matzinger

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TABLE of CONTENT

Lizzy Greene JANUARY 2020 Cover Look: SHIRT: KAFTAN STUDIO EARRINGS: UNODE50

06 Letter From The Editor 07 BELLO Obsessions 08 Cover Story LIZZY GREENE 22 Young Hollywood | DEAN-CHARLES CHAPMAN 32 Young Hollywood | PRINCETON PEREZ 44 Creative Minds | DAVID BEN DAVID

60 Fashion | Hamptons Winter 70 Bloom | Fashion 74 Maison Privée Shopping Guide 76 Retro Chameleon | Fashion 80 Valentine Gift Guide 81 Masthead

48 Fashion | Reign Today, Love Tomorrow

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Letter from the Editor

Dreams are probably one of the most important part of our lives. From big dreams to the smallest ones, our imagination is always at work. A dream is not something unattainable; by definition, it is "a series of thoughts, images, and sensations occurring in a person's mind” while sleeping … and awake, those are the dreams we are talking about. The daydream thoughts that are like a meditation-- a place we go to so we can escape the "life timeline” for a moment. We do that to motivate ourselves to do better. It creates that invisible vision board where life may just take you if it is right for you … or if it wants to teach you a lesson. The most important and effective “dreams” a person can have is to be able to be in a position to help others and change things for the best. You may not think that smalls actions can lead to big things..but they do. So we have to be vigilant by what motivates those thoughts. The less selfish your actions are the greater the reward. If you have been lucky, even just once in your life to achieve one of those dreams, you realize that having or doing that thing you wanted so bad is of very short satisfaction. It appears that the fast pace of modern society has lead to a focus on the "short term highs" which bring immediate pleasure - “Don't ride the highs and don't ride the lows” as they say. That is a good advice to keep in mind that is often given by “successful” people, or maybe it is the one we like to listen the most ... I have always found the term successful to be a bit silly. Because, success is solely associated with the perceptions other people have on your life. And that does not matter. Like at all. Some dreams are never to be achieved. Never feel down if things you have dreamed about and wanted so bad do not manifest because it may be for the best. Life will always gives us the best opportunities that can greatly benefit us as humans, if we pay attention. For one single achievement down the road it takes many, many, disappointments. My dream today is global. I dream for some people to wake up and open their eyes to the important topics at hand: ecology, climate change, human rights, animal rights, education, health and being accepting rather than being divisive. Yes, we are all different but we are all equals and that is the fine line leaders of the world are playing with right now to put people on different levels and standards regarding what they deserve. Difference is not to be feared, it is to be celebrated and cherished equally, for everyone, everything, everywhere. Just remember we are all on a small rock in space. And there’s nothing more to that dream we are all sharing. Ciao Steph

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LIZZY GREENE: EVERYDAY TEENAGER, EXTRAORDINARY THINGS

Lizzy Greene is recognized as the headstrong and determined Sophie, daughter of Jon and Delilah Dixon in ABC’s drama A Million Little Things. She has already achieved a lot at the age of 16 after starring in her breakout role as Dawn on Nickelodeon's Nicky, Ricky, Dicky and Dawn. She earned the role at the impressive age of 10, but as she discussed with us her acting career started even earlier, “I started out in theater when I was about eight years old, I got my start in that by doing talent shows and I’ve always had this knack for wanting to perform and make people laugh.” She owes a lot to Fun House Theater and Film, and its director Jeff Swerarningen. She emphasized how long she could talk about the theater and its director, labeling it as “one of the greatest things that’s ever happened to me”.

Looking at Lizzy’s filmography, it isn’t hard to spot the difference between her roles. She went from a children’s sitcom to an adult drama dealing with suicide, sexual assault, and serious mental health issues. Although these roles are “two completely different parts of the endzone” as Lizzy said, the transition for her was not as difficult as one would think. Lizzy occupied the role of Dawn on Nickelodeon from 10 to 15 years old and was casted as Sophie shortly after, expressing “I have to say I think that was probably the most perfect time in my life to be on Nickelodeon. Right when I turned 15 I think I sort of started to outgrow it and when I got on ABC, I was also 15 at the time and I feel like my acting really grew with me and my work grew with me and that’s why I feel like it was such an easy transition.” In addition to transitioning between roles while

simultaneously moving into a different stage of life, Lizzy gave a lot of credit to her fellow cast members on A Million Little Things: “I’m with such an amazing cast. It’s like going to a master class every day.” Sophie’s character is resilient, even after the death of her father. When speaking about her character, Lizzy noted “I enjoy how strong she is. I think Sophie is particularly strong because she lost her father obviously in a very traumatic way and she’s still come out stronger than she was before.” In addition to her strength and determination, Sophie also displays musical ability, which led us to ask if she is pursuing it in her own life: “Yeah, totally. Singing was kind of my golden ticket into the business, and I’d love to get back into it.” Lizzy added that she’s actually working on her own music with the sound mixer from A Million Little Things.

Interview ARIS PANGAN Photographer WILLIAM CALLAN @williamcallan Creative Direction ALEKSANDAR TOMOVIC @alekandsteph Stylist MARNI SEABRIGHT @marniseabright Hair GUI SCHOEDLER for Exclusive Artists using Kevin Murphy and ghd tools Makeup KATHY JEUNG @kathyjeung Production @BELLOMediaGroup x @MaisonPriveePR_LA x @bonnetalex18 9

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Although Lizzy has an arguably unconventional job for someone her age, she expresses that she enjoys normal things outside of work: “I’m a basic teenager. I was raised an athlete so I love to run everyday, and I always try to find different workouts around Vancouver or Boston. I just love being active so that’s probably one of my favorite things. I also love to cook.” She laughed as she described, “Our apartment always either smells good or always smells bad, from me burning something or something’s being made that’s very good.” As she approaches her late teenage years, she also mentioned how she’s learning to drive and starting to look at colleges. She entertained by answering some hypothetical scenarios, including wanting Blake Lively or Reese Witherspoon to play her in a movie about her life. When asked about her own dream role, Lizzy stated “Just some kick butt character, like a female James Bond or a Lara Croft just for the athleticism, like a Marvel character or something would be amazing. At the same time I’d also love something that’s super super challenging. I just went and saw the Joker, and I think that would be an incredible journey to play a role like that.” When discussing the future, Lizzy is taking it one step at a time and remains optimistic: “The first thing I’d say is I’d hope to be happy. I really love movies, so I’d love to get into more feature film acting jobs. I think that would be amazing and a great experience.” In addition to different types of jobs, Lizzy reflected that she just hopes to be working because of how much she loves it. Lizzy represents what it means to enjoy life to the fullest, even when publicly portraying serious issues at a young age. A genuine soul, her authenticity shines when discussing those she works with and her adoration for acting and the people within its community. She has done an amazing job so far as Sophie Dixon, and we are excited to see her return with the rest of the cast of A Million Little Things on January 23rd!

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DEAN-CHARLES CHAPMAN YOUNG HOLLYWOOD


DEAN-CHARLES CHAPMAN: FROM MUSICAL THEATER TO RECREATING WWI Dean-Charles Chapman has experience across all forms of acting - television, film, and theater. He was the longest serving Billy Elliot in the West End Theatre Billy Elliot the Musical and played Tommen Baratheon on Game of Thrones. Chapman is most recently seen on the big screen as one of the two young soldiers you see in Sam Mendes’ 1917, trying to beat the clock in this revolutionary one-take film. The film just won a Golden Globe for Best Drama Film and we are so excited! Chapman discussed with us at BELLO how the rigorous production process of the film was not too different from theater, and everything in between. How did your acting career start and what has led you to this point? I had a big sister that was two years older than me and she joined a theater school called Colin’s Performing Arts. In that theater school there was an acting agency. And the acting agent asked my mom “Do you want to put Dean into it?” I was four at the time, I don’t really remember but apparently I said yeah. I joined the acting agency, and pretty much as soon as I joined my big sister quit because she didn’t really like auditions or anything like that - she was a bit of a shy person. Somehow I carried on. You have achieved the title of the longest serving Billy Elliot in Billy Elliot the Musical. What was the transition like for you from theater to film? I learned a lot from Billy Elliot, I probably learned all the basics of acting. Theater is a really good starting point as an actor. I did it for years. When I was seven, I played a small role called Small Boy for about a year and a half, and then I played Michael which is Billy’s best friend, for six months. Once I was playing Michael I was training for Billy, and then played Billy for two years. My last month as Billy, they had to do an EPK for Billy to promote it, so they chose me. They put big cameras on cranes in the theater and I basically had to redo certain scenes from the show but on camera, and that was the moment I was like “Oh my God. I love film, I want to be a film actor.” What was your favorite part about working on 1917? It was an experience like I’ve never ever had before. I’ve never really had to do as much research before like I did on 1917 for anything else. I really enjoyed the research of the period. We went to France and Belgium, we actually stood where No Man’s Land would’ve been and I actually found a piece of shrapnel on the floor in the mud. The film-

ing of it was really amazing, we filmed it in one continuous take. I think the longest scene we did was nine minutes long. As an actor, not a lot of people film films in these ways before. Doing that is a real privilege and I loved every minute of it. It genuinely felt like a piece of theater. It was a real collaboration rather than separate departments on a film set. It was one big teamwork. It was a choreographed dance between the cameras and the actors. When we got the take right and everything fell into place it was honestly the best feeling ever. How have your past roles prepared you to play Blake? I’ve done physical stuff before, with Billy Elliot. This was really difficult, the physicality of it. The only thing I can compare it to is theater because theater is like one take - three hours nonstop, you couldn’t make a mistake, six months of rehearsals, years of training. I think that sort of discipline in theater that you need, to get up every day and do the same thing, do a show every night, definitely helped me prepare for this. What’s a day in the life like for you? I like to hang at home with my mom, dad, and sisters. I read scripts if it comes through, I go swimming a lot. I walk my dogs everyday, I watch films. I’m a big gamer, I play Playstation. Just see friends, chilling out and catching up. As an actor, you’re always away from home. When you do come home, it’s like you always need to catch up with everyone. Who is your dream collaboration? I’d love to work with Martin Scorcese, Quentin Tarantino, Robert De Niro, Leonardo DiCaprio. I’m a bit obsessed with Robert De Niro right now, I’ve been watching a lot of Scorcese films.

Interview by Aris Pangan Photographer TOMMY FLANAGAN @tommyflanaganphoto Creative Direction ALEKSANDAR TOMOVIC @alekandsteph Stylist ANGEL TERRAZAS @angeltstyle Styling Assistant BIANCA AIRES @baires06 Grooming KC FEE @kcfee Production: @BELLOMediaGroup x @MaisonPriveePR_LA x @bonnetalex18

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What movies would you bring with you on a deserted island? I would bring Goodfellas, Taxi Driver, Pulp Fiction, Jaws, and...Toy Story. What would you say is your spirit animal and why? Probably a sloth. I just love lying about and chilling out. They take their time, really want a pet sloth as well. Where do you think you will be a year from now? I hope that I’m happy and that I’m still working because I love my job. I just hope I’m doing something I enjoy.

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PRINCETON PEREZ YOUNG HOLLYWOOD


PRINCETON PEREZ: ALWAYS ONE STEP AHEAD 2020 is going to be a great year for the talented artist, Princeton Perez. Looking forward to going on tour and recording his debut album, Perez is on a path of light and and success. He opened up to us at BELLO about his past, present, and future from being in a group to going solo and more. He found his passion at a very young age and has been on an uphill climb ever since. Always one step ahead of the game, Princeton Perez knows what he wants and works hard every day until he achieves his next goal.

What marked your start as a musician and what has led you to this point? It really began when I was around 10 years old & I joined the group Mindless Behavior. That’s when I auditioned, made the group and when my life changed, this was the point where my career became official. What was your experience like being a part of Mindless Behavior? My experience was great! It went by really fast so there’s so much blur that only pictures and videos can jog, but it was an amazing experience and I’m truly blessed to have had that moment.

Who would you want to collaborate with? My dream collaboration would definitely be Usher! What do you like to do in your free time? In my free time I love to workout & binge watch tv shows! just being by myself is my favorite thing to do on my off time. I can be strangely introverted at times. What does a day in the life look like? A day in a life of me definitely consist of workouts, rehearsals, or studio, time with family, and planning on next moves in my career.

How did your experience in Mindless Behavior influence your music and who you are today?

What are you most looking forward to for this upcoming year?

Being in that group really shaped me for the hard work & discipline I need to have every day as a solo artist! it was definitely a preparation for the real world.

I can’t wait to go on tour & start recording my debut ALBUM!!!!

What was the transition like from being a part of a group to solo artist? The transition was very organic. I didn’t have a plan on going solo. The opportunity just presented itself in a way that allowed me to take my time and grow. Next thing you know I had music done and an E.P ready to drop so I just let things happen organically. Who inspires you?

Your next role is in the highly anticipated film Bombshell. What made you want to be a part of this project? I remember I got the email asking me to audition and just flipped out. It was the team involved, the subject matter, the cast, I was just blindsided by it. I felt very strongly, very early, that it was going to be special. When projects like that come along I always think, "Well it doesn't matter if I get this or not, I just can't wait to see it." But then I got it.

Definitely my fans! & my idols! MJ, John Lennon, and Charlie Chaplin and Usher!

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What was it like to work alongside some of the best actresses in Hollywood? How have they helped you become a better actor? I mean, it was nuts. It was incredible. Brigette and I were already friends, so the two of us were kind of soaking up this environment together, occasionally turning to each other and going, "Is this real? Just checking this is real." The set was a really comfortable, focused environment. Everyone came on board looking to offer and receive ideas in equal measure. We were encouraged to try things, suggest things, talk things out. It was a giving set, very thoughtful and communicative. When I think about making Bombshell, I think about care. What do you hope fans get out of this film? For me, it's less about telling people what I hope they get out of it and more about asking people what they got out of it. I'm really looking forward to the conversations it will spark, partially because I think some of them will be a surprise. What is your dream role and why? This is a hard one because one of my favorite things about my job is the capacity it has to be surprising. I love that actors get to constantly move around and try different people on, I'm very greedy for that variety. I want to sink my teeth into as many different things as possible, and if I find something I haven't thought of before, that's what excites me the most. Having said that, I always wanted to play Peter Pan. I love archetypes, I love fairy stories, and I think I always saw myself in him a bit. Peter Pan was definitely a non binary touchstone for me when I was younger, even if I didn't have words for it at the time.

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DAVID BEN DAVID


BRINGING PEOPLE TOGETHER THROUGH FASHION Sprayground’s “rebel backpack,” truly speaks for itself. There is nothing strategic nor simple about it. The theme alone is to branch out and to be the weird kid. David Ben David, the genius behind the fashion label, couldn’t have said it better himself: “We love weird.” This idea stemmed from the time he was walking by a storefront and noticed that “first boring backpack” in the shop. It was eleven years ago and he was on a mission to find a backpack for his next trip. As he shared, “ the lightbulb went off and I was like ‘Hey, why don’t I put art on bags?’ Because they were kinda just, you know, solid, boring...really nothing. They were just for utilitarian purposes.” And that moment would begin a beautiful journey for this young creator.

His first task was to figure out where and how he would begin the process of developing his product. David spent a month in China where he went to a trade fair and visited potential factories that would bring his creation to life. The “Hello, My Name Is…” backpack was the perfect introduction to his brainchild, Sprayground. This first bag carried character and perfectly complemented the individual who wore it. It definitely did not fit into the mold of what backpacks should be like making it all the more attractive. It was made for the ‘outcasts’ of the world. As David expressed, “These kids..they’re just these outcasts. Maybe they don’t fit in, or if they do fit in, they’re just weird.” If one were to look at a Sprayground bag, they might imagine it looks like a mobile art gallery. If Kate Spade handbags and Coco Chanel clutches can be paraded around, why can’t something like a backpack? “As far as the art goes,” David explained, “it was more of what I wanted to see on bags.” His inspiration derives from other types of art: in particular music and film. He is in a continuous state of creation and innovation and as he said, “I’m just [thinking], ‘how can I reinvent the backpack? Make it different? Make it more exciting, you know?” he continued. “It’s really art. It’s art on bags, like a mobile movement.” With the success of the backpack launch, David expanded his horizons to other accessories such as outerwear, sportswear, and luggage. For him, it wasn’t so much a next step into production than it was just another organic way of providing his design chops. As a resident of New York City, David knows the blistering cold better

than anyone else: “I really just hated the winter,” he expressed. “There was just work and winter and you just have to work through it.” The inspiration and genesis for outerwear was one and the same with the backpacks. “It was just like boring outerwear jackets; like just to make winter exciting for me, let me make some outerwear, and I thought it was a good complement to the whole travel vibe.” In addition to the outerwear, David started a musical side project: ‘Creative Outcasts.’ The decision came from the monotony of having to pick the same songs for their promo videos or campaign shoots. “We’re already making everything from A to X, why can’t we just go to Z and just finish the entire project and just make the music,” David said. The artists they worked with were local to New York City and even friends with the designer. “[It was] just about being fun and it’s really an extension of the brand, because [it] is so visually heavy.” Visually heavy, indeed. The artwork on the various pieces isn’t static or for shock value, per say. “I like to tell a story,” David said. “I want [the buyers] to feel that they’re buying into this story.” But what kind of story is he trying to create? A story in which the characters, aka the buyers, feel like they belong and and fit in. For David, he can see his story unfold as many New Yorkers where his pieces, warming his heart a little a little more everyday. With gratitude he expressed, “Being in New York City, we see it a lot. You see young kids, older businessmen, so it was cool that, you know, it’s really appealing to so many different people. It’s really all flavors, all walks of life.”

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In the last decade, Sprayground has exceeded all expectations from its first “Hello, My Name Is…” launch in 2010 to their “Fight Club” collaboration . Yes, a reference to the movie which happens to be one of David’s favorites. The film, released in 1999, recently celebrated their 20th anniversary, while Sprayground will be celebrating their 10th this year. But the collaborations (which have ranged from artist Chris Brown to filmmaker Spike Lee), isn’t the legacy that David envions Sprayground to make. Rather, it was to “make the bag important,” he shared. “People were calling it a knapsack when I first started. Then it became a thing, which is cool, looking back.” David considers Sprayground and its creative approach to be organic. Even though he knew he wanted to work in fashion, David expressed that he “didn’t want to take the same route that everyone was making…”, he needed a different perspective. It came with that initial “lightbulb” idea for the first backpack, and the rest, as they say, is history. Reflecting on the past ten years has been quite the treat for David. “It’s just like going through all the quirky, funny, you know painful stories that you go through to build a company.” The story, as mentioned, can be told through the bag itself. “The energy that I put into the art, I guess, sits well with the fans,” David explained. “It caters to that person: that person that wants a good product and that’s looking for a story.”

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MAISON PRIVÉE Shopping Guide

By Alexandra Tuil

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Adidas Headphone ($149) www.adidasheaphones.com

Velvet Caviar Iphone Case www.velvetcaviar.com

Get the perfect pair of sunglasses for your bright year of 2020

Get up and get motivated with Adidas' new wireless in-ear headphone

Feel fierce with this gorgeous snow leopard print Iphone case

Isotoner Ballerina Slippers ($24) www.isotoner.com

H20+ Oasis Hydrating System ($38) www.h20plus.com

Soothe your feet in these stylish satin ballerina slippers

The water-gel moisturizer that provides immediate results leaving your skin quenched and moisturized

Sera Labs Super Booster CBD Serum ($89.95) www.seralabshealth.com

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Retro Chameleon

Photographer Gady Mayen @gady.x Model Danielle Ellisia Brandino @danielle_ellisia_brandino Vogue Models & Talent Stylist Aaron Robert Duarte @aaronrobertduarte The Eye Of Faith @theeyeoffaith

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Valentine's Day Gift Guide Slip Silk Mask $50 www.slip.com The perfect gift for sleep… or not

Kocostar Rose Lip Mask Set $38 www.anthropologie.com Pucker up and nourish dry lips for a perfectly kissable pout

Savage x Fenty Daisy Slip $64 www.savagex.com Slip into something dainty

Sugarfina Tequila Coridals $8.95 www.sugarfina.com Tequila filled chocolate need we say more?

Rae Wellness “In The Mood” $15 www.raewellness.co Because life is too short to feel unsatisfied

Popcorn & Movie Night $82 www.knackshops.com A built in date

Box Fox Nightstand Box $75 www.shopboxfox.com The gift of ambience has never been easier to give Rocksbox $49 www.rocksbox.com Access to unlimited rental of designer jewelry

Squeeze Massage $237 www.squeezemassage.com We could all use a little squeeze

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The Dream Issue

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