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Alejandro Speitzer WINTER 2022
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06 Letter From The Editor
48 Creative Minds | HILA SHTORK ZIGDON
07 BELLO Obsessions
54 Artist on the Rise | VERONICA ST. CLAIR
08 Cover Story | ALEJANDRO SPEITZER 26 Spotlight | NEZZA 34 Young Hollywood | HRISHI 40 Young Hollywood | LATOYA TONODEO
60 Feature | COBI 64 Feature | ANTONIO LUJAK 72 Hyped | EMMA NORTON 76 Maison Privée Shopping guide
Letter From The Editor
And just like that, 2021 has come to an end and we find ourselves zooming through January! Speaking of "what a year," can we take a moment to pause and appreciate the newly released Netflix film "Don't Look Up"?! What an actual representation of our current world and such an amazing cast. Definitely was a highlight of 2021 and personally, I think it was the best way to ring in the New Year! Filled with ups and downs, here at BELLO we are so grateful for all the amazing people we have the immense chance of continuing to work with. Talent, photographers, glam teams, stylists, creative directors, athletes, and many more, you are all so unique and gifted in your own way! So thank you! For this issue, we are excited to showcase Alejandro Speitzer as our cover. The sexy and talented Mexican actor stars in DARK DESIRE and is brining the heat! And so is his shoot... Produced and shot by an amazing team in MADRID, Valero Rioja captured some beautiful moments of Alejandro and we can't wait for you to see! For our Young Hollywoods, we have Hrishi who is elevating through his music, and LaToya Tonodeo who is killing it in the world of film and television. Nezza wows us as our Bello Spotlight where she really shined bright! Of course, we have Hila Shtork Zigdon as our Creative Minds where she brings hotness and elegance together in clothing. Let's not forget our handsome feature with Cobi and Antonio Lujak who are rising up in the world of Entertainment. Make sure to check out an artist on the rise, Veronica St. Clair and of course the edgy and fun Emma Norton has got us Hyped! Lucky to work with such amazing teams, every story is truly a work of art in itself. An issue to kick off the year filled with a variety of stories involving such talented individuals, here at BELLO, we are excited for the New Year and all future collaborations! Bisous Bisous Alexandra Bonnet
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ALEJANDRO SPEITZER AS HE WELCOMES THE UNEXPECTED WITH OPEN ARMS It’s funny how life works. You pick a direction, you make a choice and from one day to the next, everything changes. Not to get too cliché but
you can either resist or ride the wave and find yourself in an even better mindset, environment, and more. For actor Alejandro Speitzer, this type
of moment happened to him when he was offered
a role on DARK DESIRE. “I had just finished a very
complicated shoot and my plans were to relax,” he opened up. “Nevertheless, when they handed
me the first chapter and I read it, I instantly knew
it was a character that I could not let go of.” There was no way he would pass up the opportunity
to act out this fantastic plot and fully immerse himself into a thriller.
Throughout the filming process, Alejandro was lucky to work and share his time with such
a loving team. As he shared wholeheartedly “having the pleasure to work with people who
you, not only admire, but also love, is without a doubt something that I truly value and cherish.” Everyone brought something unique and exciting
to the table allowing multiple souls to connect on
different levels. Soaking in all the love from the
cast and crew, Alejandro did also create a special bond with Maite Perroni and Erik Hayser.
his personality is shaped the way that it is,” the
actor explained. In one scene, some crucial information about him is revealed and this
particular scene proved to be complicated for Alejandro. “It was such a complicated scene
for me, psychologically speaking, that I decided to speak to my psychologist in order to further understand the significance of what happened
and the impact it would have on Dario’s character,” he added. When in doubt… ask an expert!
And that is what I call true passion and dedication.
I may not be an actress but as I continue to work with many, it’s truly a beautiful thing to see
someone fully immerse themselves into their
projects. Everything is a learning process, an opportunity to grow! Take the series as a whole,
the first season was a worldwide success which
meant the momentum had to continue… and as Alejandro shared, it definitely did!
With every experience, every show and every
character, Alejandro finds a special place for each in his heart. Forming a bond with each and every
one of them, he holds reminders of what each
one helped him discover and more. Two roles he learned the most from include
So who does Alejandro play in the series?
“alguien tiene que morir” and “Joaquin Carrillo”
Playing the role of Darío Guerra, Season 2 allowed
the audience to get to know this character
better and dive deeper into his background.
“This enabled me to portray and transmit why
in “la cabeza de Joaquín Murrieta.” Roles that
were complex in their own way, the actor had to dig deeper within to truly understand and then portray the roles in the best way possible.
After all, “being an actor is being able to evade
myself from everything that I am. Being able to leave my ego aside and enjoy the emptiness,” he
shared candidly. Acting is an outlet which allows him to detach from himself at times in order to
better open up to the world. However, when looking within, most people do not know that Alejandro is “very emotional. I base my life and my decisions
based on feelings and emotions and not so much on what I think or “what is right”.” Laughingly he
added “ I must admit that I am a bit corny at times haha.” Who doesn’t love some corniness?
what beauty means to him. “Beauty describes a moment that, for the eyes, can seem like an eternity. It’s present everywhere and in so many ways,” she
opened up beautifully. “In my opinion, beauty isn’t exactly the stereotype that society imposes, it's something much deeper.” No argument there.
When he isn’t acting, Alejandro enjoys playing
soccer and enjoys expressing himself through
fashion. “It allows us to reflect the essence of our
personalities,” he ended while also talking about
art! Enjoying the little things in life, he is sure he
Alejandro has a big heart and who he is today is
greatly thanks to his mother who raised him and his
brother, alone, as he was growing up. “These are moments and memories that I will always cherish and hold tightly and that still today teach me so
much,” he opened up nostalgically. “And have the
ability to remind me about the importance of fighting for what I want everyday.” Goosebumps. To those
of you reading this, what moments or individuals in
your life inspire you? Take a moment to think about that…There’s beauty in many things, you just have to remember at time!
will find his purpose one day. However, today he is “committed to pursue this path that I chose, a
path where I have accomplished to be fully present
and in which I have been able to enjoy all of the different processes involved.” There is always a solution. There is always a way.
In this New Year, Alejandro Speitzer is ready to take it all on and welcomes anything life has in
store for him. After all, he believes that life will put
you in random situations that you can’t necessarily
control, which is when you must be able to adapt and explore new routes that you didn’t plan ahead.
“Essentially, I would say my only goal is to have the
Ah yes, the B word…Beauty. In a world where its
definition is constantly evolving and changing as
well as is different for everyone, the actor shared
ability to adapt to every situation that life puts in
my path,” he ended. A little something we can all learn from!
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NEZZA IS BRINGING THE HEAT! THE BEAUTIFUL, SEXY, AND TALENTED NEZZA IS NOT PLAYING AROUND. TRULY AN AMAZING ARTIST, HER HEART AND SOUL ARE ON FIRE AS SHE CONTINUES TO RELEASE SINGLES THAT ARE SURE TO GET YOU UP AND MOVING. MUSIC HAS ALWAYS BEEN A HUGE PART OF HER LIFE AS HER PARENTS WERE ALWAYS DANCING AROUND THE HOUSE LISTENING TO THEIR FAVORITE TUNES. GETTING TO KNOW THE ENGLISH AND SPANISH MARKET IS LIKE A SUPERPOWER TO NEZZA AND IT REMINDS US THAT MUSIC IS SUPPOSED TO MAKE YOU FEEL SOMETHING--NO MATTER THE LANGUAGE. LET'S DANCE OUR WAY INTO THE NEW YEAR WITH NEZZA AND SPREAD SOME LOVE AND CHEER!
What does music mean to you? Growing up, what role did it play in your life? Music is everything to me. I can’t remember a time where I wasn’t in love with it. My parents always had all kinds of music playing throughout the house and we were always dancing. Who is someone you look up to the most? Was there a time when someone challenged you for the greater good? I look up to JLo a lot. We both started out as professional dancers and I dream of accomplishing everything she has. I think being in this industry is constantly challenging but I’ve built up thick skin and feel like absolutely nothing can stop me. Share with us your musical journey up until now. The most I would sing growing up was in the shower haha! Dance took up all my time but singing has always been my first love. When I got to LA, I was put into countless girl groups 27
under labels (none that worked out) and it wasn’t until a few years ago I decided to focus on myself and my solo career. While creating music, what part if you do you hope to showcase the most? What do you hope to bring to your audience? I want to prove to people this is what I was meant to do and showcase more of my Spanglish side. Most importantly, I just wanna make people feel good and dance. Tell us about your recent songs. In what ways do each showcase a different strength of yours? What does a typical writing day look like? My first EP “Club Solita” is finally out! I think this project shows the range of my sound. My song “Better Days” puts you in your feels but “Don’t Play” is the perfect club song. A typical writing day will be just having fun with my music fam in Miami. It’s always a great time when we’re together and we’ll usually just work from home.
What does beauty mean to you? And acceptance? I think beauty means feeling good about yourself. Acceptance or self-love doesn’t come easy for some people and it’s not something that you can just fix overnight, but there are baby steps you can take. I surround myself with friends who constantly uplift each other. It’s helped me personally so much. If you could be anyone for a week, who would you pick and why? I think I would trade places with Elon Musk because I dream of going to space one day! In what ways does your bilingual side allow you to have a better understanding of life and the music world. How has it influenced your work? Who you are? I feel like it’s a superpower getting to know and
understand the English and Spanish music market. I get to enjoy double the music. I think being able to witness people like Balvin cross over just shows the power of just good music whether people understand the lyrics or not. A good song is gonna make you dance or feel something no matter the language. And for that reason, I embrace both sides. I can’t imagine not making Spanish music cause it’s in my blood. When you are feeling down, what do you do to get back up? I believe in retail therapy haha! I will usually get myself something to have a night of pampering when I’m feeling down. Or an evening with my girls also does the trick. Plans for 2022? I’m hitting the stage starting in January! And as far as new music, you’ll just have to wait and see :)
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HRISHI AS HE DIVES INTO THE DEEPER MEANING OF IDENTITY HRISHI IS AN ARTIST YOU WANT TO PUT ON YOUR RADAR LOVELIES! HAVING JUST RELEASED “LEVITATING (CARNATIC REMIX)," THIS YOUNG HOLLYWOOD IS SHOWING US WHAT HE IS MADE OF! A SONG THAT HOLDS A SPECIAL PLACE IN HIS HEART, IT REFLECTS A MOMENT IN HIS JOURNEY WHERE HE REALIZED "HOW VALUED AND ACCEPTED (HIS) CULTURE AND INDIAN TRADITIONS COULD BE." BORN IN INDIA AND RAISED IN AMERICA FROM THE AGE OF THREE MONTHS OLD, HRISHI HAS BEEN IN A BALANCE BETWEEN TWO CULTURES, HE REALIZES THAT EVERY PART OF HIS IDENTITY IS EQUALLY IMPORTANT TO SHOWCASE TO THE WORLD. REMINDING US TO EMBRACE AND CELEBRATE OUR DIFFERENCES, HRISHI SINGS AND DANCES HIS WAY THROUGH LIFE WITH LOVE, TALENT, AND PURPOSE!
What does “Levitating (Carnatic remix)” mean to you?
As a child, my relationship with Carnatic music was
This piece is incredibly special to me because
parent’s sake, to make them happy. Later in life it
realize how valued and accepted my culture and
my guru R. Suryaprakash. Yet even then, there was
always a feeling that I had to be more “American”
to fully reveal this side of me because it was “too
about my music too - “can’t make it too Indian or
moments surrounding it on social media really mark
my most successful piece of content was also my
of my identity is equally important to showcase to
blessing to be able to introduce more people of all
tumultuous, going to class after class only for my
it marks a spot in my journey where I began to
became more for myself, as I really dove deep with
Indian traditions could be. Growing up, there was
an inherent shame in it; a feeling of not wanting
in public in order to fit in, and I’d felt a similar way
weird” or “not cool”. This remix and the beautiful
too weird”. It was ironic and beautiful to see that
a journey within myself of accepting that every part
most unapologetically Indian one, and it’s been a
the world, and that’s what I aspire to do with this
backgrounds to South Indian tradition.
In what ways does this song reflect who you are? Life as a second generation immigrant is full of
Share with us what inspired it and how the process evolved. What was most important to you in producing this song?
dualities, and “Levitating (Carnatic remix)” is
I’ve been pursuing carnatic music and pop music
but I’ve grown up in the United States since I was 3
swaras and pop songs actually came super off the
South Indian culture and language and traditions,
Josiah Tombley, and casually threw out the idea
had an entirely different palette of experience and
“Astronaut in the Ocean”, which was blowing up at
but also a constant battle of balance and accepting
didn’t expect at the time), and the next day I made
definitely a reflection of them. I was born in India,
separately for years, but the idea to mix carnatic
months old. My parents strived to teach me about
cuff. I was brainstorming Tik Tok ideas with my friend
but simultaneously I was placed in a world that
of singing carnatic over the drop of a song called
culture. It’s a beautiful thing to inherit two worlds,
the time. He loved the idea (which funny enough I
the remix and put it out. It blew up to about 150k
plays pretty much overnight. I couldn’t believe it-
what started as a half-joke had turned into my first viral moment, and it happened in the most fulfilling
way I could’ve imagined. I made 5 remixes the next day, of songs called “Peaches”, “Castaways”, “Good for you”, “Build a Bish”, and “Levitating”. Each one created a splash of its own, but I never could’ve predicted how much “Levitating” would
important to remember that every single like and comment and interaction is someone out there living just as important a life as anyone else.
Like everything in life, it all comes down to balance,
but I really think the amount of opportunity offered by social media in our society is close to unparalleled.
blow up. I started getting hundreds of DMs a day
What does music mean to you? Share with us
telling me how my remixes made them feel proud of
period in your life.
for the first time, from complete strangers who were their culture and heritage.
When the time came to produce the video, it was
important to me to bring in as many tenets of Indian culture as possible, and that’s why we went with the
idea of bringing in multiple Indian classical dance styles as well as more modern, Bollywood styles,
to represent a part of the vast selection of art forms India has to offer. Initially, I was worried about being able to find enough willing dancers, but the casting
came together like magic. I put out an Instagram
story on Tuesday to scout dancers for the Saturday shoot, and over 200 dancers in LA reached out
offering their talent. It was so incredible to see how much the community was behind the whole project, and ready to go out of their way to support.
Music is magic, nostalgia, and passion all in one.
It lets us explore emotions and feelings, and bottle them up in a tangible form. I think one of the most beautiful things the internet has given us is the
ability to experience different traditions and palettes of music side by side. Every single kind of music, whether it be modern, classical, or instrumental,
has the minds and passion of thousands of people behind it, and represents a part of their humanity. To experience and learn from that collective
consciousness is one of the greatest blessings we have as modern humans.
I think of music as my best friend and mentor that stays with me through all the ups and downs of life.
In a day and age where social media allows you
to become famous from the comfort of your home, in what ways is this a positive change? A negative one?
I think social media allows for an incredible opportunity for small businesses and small creators, who are now able to reach wide audiences simply
by cracking the code of content creation, rather
than dealing with companies and red tape and
the different politics that have been associated with fame in the past. It’s also a wonderful tool for
networking, that really puts the whole world at your fingertips if you’re able to showcase a unique skill.
That said, there are negatives as well, but I think
they can be safely managed as long as you don’t allow your self-worth to become tied into your
social media success or “fame”. It can be a VERY dangerous game to play with fame and social media
without a lot of personal grounding. These platforms present people and ourselves as numbers, and it’s
a time music helped you overcome a difficult
Every human emotion and state of difficulty or bliss
is transitory, but music gives us this crazy ability to encapsulate them and re-visit as we please.
Favorite part of discovering new artists? What is the first thing you look for in new music?
Great artists give us worlds to fall into and relate to and feel seen through. They give us new ways to interpret life around us, and new soundscapes
to attach our memories to. When I hear new music,
I usually start automatically analyzing the lyrics
and melodies and production. After years of trying to study each of those things, the “analysis” part seems to start happening without thinking. The moments I really live for nowadays are when I hear
a song and all that goes through the window, and
I’m back to listening just like I did when I was a kid. And whenever that happens I have to go back
and figure out why it did that, but it’s the most fun time ever. I still remember my first times diving into
artists like Coldplay, or Jon Bellion, or Joy Crookes
- I felt like I didn’t know anything about music and
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needed to start again from scratch. And that’s my favorite feeling when discovering new music.
decided to try it out as a challenge, but definitely wasn’t going to actually dance in the video. To my
Growing up, what was your family dynamic like? What role did you play in your family?
surprise, Joya really pulled something out of me
and convinced me to try dancing throughout the video. Seemed crazy in the moment, but I decided
I’m an only child and my parents’ attention was
definitely all on me growing up. I’m so grateful to them for raising me not only with love, but also for
working day and night to teach me how to dream, and help me make those dreams come true. Amma is
an absolute perfectionist with everything she does, and continues to teach me how to be resourceful
and work as hard as I possibly can. Appa is the source of all my music and taught me how to sing
by exposing me to all kinds of music and always
singing around the house. My role in the house was always as the third decision-maker; growing
up my parents always took my thoughts a lot more seriously than they needed to. I realize the value in
that a lot more now than I did as a kid - it gave me a lot of freedom to express my thoughts and develop a lot of confidence in myself. Love you Amma and Appa <3
to take it on, and she eventually choreographed the piece around my natural movements. I never in my wildest dreams would’ve expected to see myself in a dance video before this, but here we are!
In what ways do you believe you have a broader perspective on life and why?
I was lucky to be exposed to a lot of Hindu philosophy
and spirituality very young and had a lot of deeper discussions about it with my dad growing up. That helped me develop systems of staying grounded
and keeping tabs of my emotions and thoughts
whenever they leaned on the negative side. I’ve always had a fascination with astronomy and the
cosmos, and remembering how small a blip in time and space our lives occupy, can provide a lot of perspective and relief during the moments when life feels heavy.
Tell us more about your dancing side!
What comes next?
Before this video, it was pretty much common
There’s so much coming in the next year that I can’t
knowledge among everyone I know that I can’t dance for my life. Me dancing it was actually a very
very last minute decision, it was the day before the shoot of the video when I visited the first (and only) dance rehearsal to meet all the dancers before the
shoot. Our choreographer Joya Kazi asked me if I’d be comfortable trying out a few small moves
to interact with the contemporary dancers, and I
wait to share. Expect an album of original music,
and a lot more remix content headed your way. I’ve spent the last 4 years developing as a songwriter and crafting a sound with my producer Matthew Boda that blends my two musical worlds. It’s involved a
lot of trial and error, but I’m excited to say I’m finally ready to put it into the world :)
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LATOYA TONODEO AS SHE EXPLORES BEYOND THE CAMERA LATOYA TONODEO, WHO STARS IN POWER BOOK II: GHOST, IS A TRULY TALENTED, INSPIRING, AND DEDICATED ACTRESS AND INDIVIDUAL. RECOGNZING THERE IS MORE TO ACTING THAN "SAYING WORDS IN FRONT OF A CAMERA," SHE CONTINUES TO EXPLORE AND PUSH HER BOUNDARIES. PLAYING THE DAUGHTER OF MARY J. BLIGE IN THE SERIES, LATOYA HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO WORK WITH SOMEONE WHO IS AUTHENTIC AND ABSOLUTELY AMAZING! CHANNELING HER TRUE SELF, THE ACTRESS IS SETTING SAIL FOR A VOYAGE THAT WILL CONTINUE TO EXPAND AND BRING ON NEW OPPORTUNITIES AND ADVENTURES...
Why were you originally drawn the series POWER BOOK II: GHOST?
be MINE! Later, I received an in-person callback
appointment. I walk into the room and there’s
I’ve always been a huge fan of Power, the
Courtney, Anthony Hemingway, more producers,
from anything I’ve seen on TV. It was new and
that I wasn’t even bothered by the amount of
always wanted to be a part of the Power series.
a job. After the audition, they were chatting with
Starz on it. When the series ended, I thought
other languages, do I play sports. Of course,
show creators, Courtney A. Kemp and Curtis
left the room, I remember smiling so big like “I
future”. Fast forward to 2019, the first spinoff,
if I didn’t get it, I knew I booked the room and I
original series. It was a show that was different
and casting. I was so focused and confident
fresh. The good and the bad guys were likable. I
people in the room. I truly feel that I did a hell of
I even made a Vision Board and put Power and
me about my background, asking if I speak any
“well, hopefully, I’ll get a chance to work with
that’s when the nerves kicked in. Lol. When I
“50 cent” Jackson on something else in the
did that!” “I killed it!!”. I felt so good that even
Power Book ll: Ghost, went into production and
gave it my all. That was a great audition. I still
Diana Tejada came to life!
remember that feeling.
Tell us about your audition.
What kind of prep work did you do for the
I received a self-tape audition appointment via
more info online about the show. I was trying
I studied not only my lines but also the moments. I
information I could gather. Of course, I couldn’t
and the connection between Diana and Tariq.
secrets. I put myself on tape and sent it off. I
felt. I typically do the same prep for the show.
audition? And then for the show, once you
email from my team. I immediately tried to find
don’t think too much about it. If it’s mine, it will
to figure out if this was a prequel or any other
focused in on her relationship with her brothers
find anything lol. They’re good at keeping
I wanted to make sure that the chemistry was
was excited, but I said I have to let it go and
The work doesn’t stop after the audition. It’s a
continuation of diving into your character's arc and breaking down the moments so that I’m as truthful to Diana and the story as possible.
break, I went to a private space and did breathing
exercises, and read a few scriptures (things I do to relax my mind). It worked and I came back to the
You play the daughter of Mary J. Blige! What has that relationship been like?
Mary J Blige is an incredible human being. The relationship has been really sweet. She’s so giving
when it comes to advice and she’s so real. No sugar coating, which I love!
scene and felt great! I got out of my own way.
In what ways does your character relate to who you are in real life? And completely differ?
Diana and I are both book and street-smart. We are really good at reading people and picking up on good/bad energy. We’re also very protective of
What have you learned from her both as an actress and individual?
the people we love. We’re both strong-willed. We
differ in some ways. One would be that Diana is still seeking independence. I’d say I’ve found mine. I
She’s a vet in the entertainment industry, so there’s so much knowledge she can offer all of us. One
key thing I’m still learning from her is how to move
in this industry. She’s a boss and when she speaks people listen.
Share with us a moment on set where you were
faced with a challenge. How did you overcome it?
don’t feel like I’m battling for freedom and the right to choose my destiny. Diana wants to go to school,
but at the moment she’s not allowed to because
she’s being pushed towards being a part of the family business.
How did your other projects help build who you are today?
My other projects definitely prepared me for where I
There was a time when I had a really rough morning.
Initially, I woke up and everything was moving great.
Then I was hit with a little adversity. It messed with my focus. I found myself struggling a little bit. I’m usually “on-it” but that time I wasn’t. So of course,
am today. It was the start of my growth and journey.
I began to learn more about the business side of things as well as the technical side. There’s so much
more to acting than just saying words in front of a camera.
that added to my frustration. As soon as I had a
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HILA SHTORK ZIGDON
DESIGNER, HILA SHTORK ZIGDON, EMBODIES ALL THAT IT MEANS TO BE A CREATIVE MIND. A DESIGNER WHO AIMS TO HELP WOMEN FIND CHIC AND ON A BUDGET, HER BRAND ZCRAVE IS ALL THAT YOU CAN WISH FOR AND MORE. ALSO KNOWN TO DRESS SOME OF HOLLYWOOD'S TOP CELEBRITIES, HILA MAKES SURE TO MAKE EVERYONE WHO CROSSES PATHS WITH HER RIGHT AT HOME. HER PIECES ARE FASHIONABLE, COMFORTABLE AND SO CUTE! IT'S NICE TO KNOW YOU CAN RELY ON A DESIGNER TO PROVIDE THE BEST PIECES POSSIBLE WITH THE INTENT OF MAKING US FEEL LIKE OUR BEST SELVES! ENJOY!
Tell us the story of ZCRAVE and what it means to you.
The tag line behind the brand is Z’ CRAVE FOR WHAT YOU CAN HAVE. Z it’s the first character of my family name. CRAVE is about craving. We are always craving for
what we can’t have. ZCRAVE was created
to deliver high-end fashion at affordable prices. These are the stories that drive us:
the millions of individual passions, dreams, and achievements that should and could be
expressed. ZCRAVE is about affordable fine clothes to be worn, not to storage. styles that
are desirable without losing their integrity as something practical / boring :) to me, it means making people happy.
how did you overcome them? that's
a visual/digital design studio (GOOTTE).
I’ve done a lot of successful branding and
eCommerce websites for big brands. I decided to switch from working on clients' projects to
my own brand after realizing I understand the market and that I’ll be able to create really
signature stuff. I never learned fashion. I’m
a visual artist. I started designing fashion 10 years ago with my basketball and football
team while I designed the team uniform and had the “fans” store. It was fun. I used to work with Nike, Puma, and Umbro. One of my
designs did so well that about 15 teams over
ZCRAVE Journey started in 2017, and it feels
like every day is a new journey on its own. I
didn't expect Paris Hilton to comment on my Every
there's something new... I think the bold one is to make it in the US as Israeli but if you find
a path with no obstacles, it probably doesn't lead anywhere you'll find existing at the end of the day.
post as I didn't expect to discover that "P!NK" has been a client since 2018. I didn't expect to have to deal with thousands of orders so fast and I wasn't ready on the logistics side.
I've faced a lot on this journey. Moving from
a warehouse to an independent store on Madison Avenue New York was scary and
How has your journey evolved and what
are some things that have happened with 49
My journey started when I was 22. I own
Europe played with the uniforms I’ve designed.
What are some obstacles you faced and
ZCRAVE which you did not expect?
challenging at the same time. I think it's one of the smartest moves I've made.
As a woman, what are some challenges
Beauty/fashion is always evolving, how do
Splitting my life between Israel and the US.
If I get married again, I believe I'll wear a black
you have had to overcome?
you evolve with it?
Leaving my kids when I'm in New York it's not
dress. I'll just continue to take my risks :)
January I got stuck because of covid for almost
Tell us more about your relationship to art
easy for me. I'm a freak control mother - last 3 months in the US, i couldn't go back home.
It was very hard for me and the boys but I think they've become very independent because of
the way we live our lives.
and how it has helped you. Fashion
analogous to history, as a visual model for
Some of your favorite pieces you have released? And why?
its contemporary interpretation. The elevated position that is given to the fine arts in occidental culture is employed by fashion to raise the cultural capital of its creations. I'm
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Aiming to help women find chic and on a
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Getting pieces they'll feel sexy and elegant now and in 5 years.
In both your life and career, what are some next steps you hope to take?
It's hard to separate my life and my career,
it goes together. we're currently working on
ZCRAVE Men's line while I'm traveling from
Growing up, who was a role model and how did they impact who you are today?
one basketball practice to another with my
boys :) I'd like to see my career grow to a
role model for my boys.
I’ve always been into art. my favorite artist
is Igael Tumarkin. I've learned a lot from the elements he combined to an artwork. It's all about combinations.
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VERONICA ST. CLAIR
STARRING IN LA BREA, VERONICA ST. CLAIR CONTINUES TO EXPLORE HERSELF AND THE WORLD THROUGH ACTING. HAVING FILMED IN AUSTRALIA AT THE HEIGHT OF THE DELTA VARIANT, THE EXPERIENCE WAS DEFINITELY DIFFERENT BUT LUCKILY, WORKING WITH THE CAST AND CREW MADE IT EASIER. DRAWN TO DARKER THEMES AND CHARACTERS FROM A YOUNG AGE, THE ACTRESS SAW SOMETHING DIFFERENT IN THE VILLAINS. READY FOR SEASON 2 OF LA BREA, VERONICA ST. CLAIR CONTINUES HER UPHILL CLIMB TO SUCCESS!
What has acting done for you up until now?
The surprises make this journey so much more fun and fulfilling.
Acting has provided a creative outlet. I've been able to process all of my own humanity through the telling of others' stories. I get to live lives I might not normally get to otherwise. I've also traveled to new places and met some of the most inspiring, firstclass people through the craft.TL;DR: a life! Acting has given me a rich, juicy life!
Describe to us the moment you knew you wanted/had to become an actress.
Looking back on your first audition ever, what beliefs of yours about the industry have evolved and how? My first audition actually came after I had been scouted by Disney Channel casting directors at one of my high school performances. I was heavily involved in my high school's show choir and after one of our shows, I was surprised to learn I was invited to audition for Disney Channel's Teen Beach Movie. I think my beliefs about the industry have largely remained the same: anything can happen and often, they can happen when you least expect. I could have never anticipated the career I've had in this industry thus far, and--my god--I am so grateful for that.
Oh, there were so many moments that, together, finally pushed me to pursue acting. But I do remember being awe-struck while watching Shirley Temple tap dance on film. Specifically, watching her tap dance with Bill Robinson on those steps--that's a core memory for sure. My neighbor and I would sit on the floor in front of the tv for hours watching all of the Shirley Temple films on VHS. Seeing another child my age on film planted a seed that it was possible; if she could do it, I could do it. On set of LA BREA, what were some challenges you faced? Explain. We shot La Brea over the course of 6 months in Melbourne, Australia at the height of Covid-19's Delta variant surge. Curfews were implemented, all shops were closed, and while I am grateful for the safety precautions, it was very hard being so isolated. Filming La Brea with all of the wonderful people involved was my saving grace.
In what ways do you resemble your character? And differ? Riley is way cooler than I am. She's absolutely dripping--wears three gold chains at all times and rings on every finger. She's so much bolder in her expression than I was at 19. Also, she's a Scorpio. Ha! I'm an Aries. But Riley is fiercely independent, deeply loving, sarcastic, antagonistic, and ultimately, a truth-seeker. I think we're similar in those ways. If a scenario like the one in the show would happen, what top 3 things would you want with you in the other world? Easy. a deck of cards a genie in a bottle, baby and a Macy's Growing up, what was your favorite way to “make-believe”? I would either walk far ahead or far behind my parents while pushing my baby brother in his stroller because I thought strangers would believe I was a tortured and struggling too-young mother.
to darker themes and characters. In my adolescence, I loved Alice in Wonderland, Beetlejuice, Coraline, and The Great Mouse Detective. Later, The Green Mile and The Iron Mask would spark my interest in film. I think I related more to the darkness and to the villain characters. I felt more seen by the nuance--humanity is so much more rich and grey than the obvious saccharine and black and white of princes and princesses. It’s 2022, wow. What are some of your resolutions? My mantra for 2022 is keep showing up. No short-cuts! As always, I'm seeking balance, and I want to pour into myself as much as I want to pour into others. Also, more art! Just like every year before it, 2022 is *the* year. I adore the fresh start of a new calendar year. <3 Any upcoming projects? La Brea Season 2!!! It's going to be even bigger and better than Season 1. I can't wait to begin shooting again. There is something so truly magical about getting to step into another world, especially like the one we've been able to create in La Brea.
What projects/ characters have you always been drawn to you? Why were they some of your favorites growing up? I grew up always being very drawn
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FOR THE TALENTED ARTIST, COBI, MUSIC IS A "TORCH THAT LIGHTS (HIS) WAY THROUGH LIFE." FOLLOWING MUSIC AND HIS HEART, HIS JOURNEY SO FAR HAS BEEN EVERYTHING HE COULD IMAGINE AND MORE. AT THE AGE OF NINE, A FAMILY FRIEND BROUGHT OVER A SPARKLY BLUE ELECTRIC FENDER STRATOCASTER WHICH MARKED THE BEGINNING OF A LIFELONG RELATIONSHIP. BRINGING THE PASSION AND SPARK IN THE STUDIO OR ON STAGE, COBI MAY (OR MAY NOT ;) ) HAVE SOME PROJECTS ON THE HORIZON SO MAKE SURE TO KEEP AN EYE OUT!
How has your relationship with music evolved in the last 10 years? I have never thought of my music as a relationship. It’s been more of a torch that lights my way through life. I’ve always followed my music and my heart and everything has turned out alright so far. When did you know you wanted to pursue a career in music? Was there a specific moment/person who inspired you? It was probably the first moment I picked up an electric guitar. I was around 9 years old when a family friend brought over his sparkly blue electric Fender Stratocaster. He plugged it into a small amp and handed it to me. He showed me how to play my first chord and after that, I was obsessed. I saved money by mowing lawns that summer to buy my own electric guitar. A few months later I bought my first Squire Stratocaster from Schmitt’s Music in Minneapolis MN and immediately started learning Nirvana songs. Growing up, what kind of music did your family play? What music got you through high school? 61
My dad mostly listened to the oldies station that played all the 50s music that he loved. But I think the memory that stands out the most was singing along to Bob Marley and records in his truck. My mom listened to Van Morisson, Neil Young, Willie Nelson, Michael Jackson, Joni Mitchel, The Beatles, Buddy Guy, Robert Cray, and many others. My brother turned me onto a lot of different music that got me through high school. The Doors, Black Sabbath, Led Zeppelin, Queens Of The Stone Age, Rage Against The Machine, Mars Volta, Tool, Nine Inch Nails, Peter Tosh and so many more. Share with us a time where music brought you and someone/people together. Most of the relationships I have were forged out of music in some way. Whether from being on the road and meeting people or just sharing a common love for a particular song with someone. It’s led me to so many places and given me the opportunity to meet so many wonderful people that it’s hard to think of a relationship that wasn’t because of music.
Tell us more about your music and what you hope it makes listeners feel. I hope my listeners experience everything from euphoria to feeling blue. I want to take them on a rollercoaster of emotions and feel a yearning for unattainable love. My music is meant to be hypnotic and release inhibitions. It’s not meant for the faint of heart. From studio to performing, what do you like the most from each of those scenes? I love the studio because it allows you to create something that will outlive you. There’s really nothing like the feeling of being tantalized by the muses to chase an idea all the way to its completion. With recording, you’re trying to capture special moments and make them last forever. Performing live is different. It’s not meant to last forever. It’s meant to be a special fleeting moment in time. I like to reserve parts of songs for improvising during my show to keep the music alive and fresh. To me that's a key ingredient to making the experience truly LIVE. While on stage, where does your mind go to usually? What are you thinking about the most? On stage I’m doing my best NOT to think.
I really try to focus on getting lost in the music and express each note as genuinely as possible. The challenge with live performance is the changing circumstances and outside stimuli that are out of your control. Being able to maintain that meditative state throughout a changing environment takes a lot of focus. If you were to see yourself perform on stage, what are things you would want to change? Things you would be very proud of? I record my shows whenever possible so I can go back and see how I look and sound after each performance. I get very picky about how I move on stage, or how my face looks when I sing a certain part, or how the lighting looks for each moment of the show. I’ll always be my own worst critic, but I feel proud when I see how far I’ve come. It makes me want to continue to get better. Personal hobbies? I like to be out in nature whenever possible. Camping, hiking, swimming, and fishing are rejuvenators for the soul. Any new projects on the horizon? I can neither confirm nor deny the existence of any future projects ;)
Talent COBI @cobimusic Photography YASMINE KATEB @yasminekateb Interview ALEXANDRA BONNET @alexbonnetwrites
THE INTERNATIONAL ACTOR, ANTONIO LUJAK, BRINGS CLASS, TALENT, AND CHARISMA TO THE SET OF ANY SHOW/FILM HE IS PART OF. CURRENTLY, HE WILL BE STARRING IN "NEXUS DREAM," A FILM WITH INTRICATE CONFLICTS, CHARACTERS, AND STORYLINE. HAVING STARTED ACTING AT A YOUNG AGE, THIS CAREER PATH WAS ALWAYS FLOATING OVER HIS HEAD AS THE YEARS WENT ON. CONTINUING TO PRODUCE MORE, ACT MORE, AND PURSUE HIS GOALS AND DREAMS, ANTONIO LUJAK IS ON A NON-STOP TRAIN TO SUCCESS!
You star in the upcoming film “Nexus Dream.” Share with us what your experience on set was like. The experience on the set thus far has really been amazing. The cinematographer has done a beautiful job and has a creative eye. It’s been extremely cool to see everything come together as well as the Director's vision come to life. I love the story and all the incredible details the art department has executed. Overall, I couldn’t be more thankful to be a part of such a great team and to be given the opportunity to challenge my skillsets throughout this journey.
Have you always wanted to be an actor? I’ve always wanted to perform, whether it’d be in acting or modeling. I had the experience of being an actor at a very young age and I was immediately fascinated and impressed with the movie set and how everything works!
What do you believe is the highlight of the movie?
What has your career been like up until today?
I believe the highlight of this movie is all the conflict and drama within the characters. They are all coming from different levels of society and backgrounds, yet the story merges all of their perspectives to create an interesting story.
My career thus far has been very rewarding. I have gotten great opportunities to show my skills and challenge myself throughout the years. But I’m extra excited about my role as a producer in this movie because it has showed me a new perspective in the movie industry- Therefore making me a more well rounded actor and creator.
Tell us more about your role in it and why you were drawn to auditioning for it.
My role in the movie is ANTON. He’s the man in black, slick, in his 30s, he looks like Alan Delon, his countenance is the pure definition of mysterious, very dangerous, and vigilant- not allowing anything to slip by him.
You speak many languages! In what ways does being immersed in so many cultures help you see things differently? I’ve been blessed to live in many different countries and cities. This has made me look at things differently; giving me a lot of experiences with different cultures. I believe that it has made me understand certain roles and characters more authentically while giving me a more creative eye. Share with us a story of a time you reinvented yourself and your life. Describe. Every country I’ve lived in has come with its own challenges and it’s been rewarding to look back at how I’ve adapted and overcome adversities. What do you hope to accomplish in the
upcoming years? I hope to continue challenging myself in the movie industry as well as excelling in new projects that I've been working on over the years. Favorite memory to date? One of my favorite memories was that I was in a Hollywood movie which was filmed in my hometown, dubrovnik. I was born there and have a lot of great memories. So being able to do what I love in the place I love most was very special and dear to my heart. What comes next? I can’t wait to finish the movie, send it to the film festivals and watch my dreams come to life. I will continue producing new projects and growing my career.
Talent ANTONIO LUJAK @antonio_lujak_ Photography CÉLINE HAEBERLY @celineshoots Interview ALEXANDRA BONNET @alexbonnetwrites
THE FIRST TIME I WATCHED EMMA NORTON'S TIKTOK, I WAS STUNNED. THE WAY SHE TRANSFORMED HERSELF WITH MAKEUP IS INCREDIBLE!!! TRULY TALENTED AND UNIQUE. HAVING STARTED HER INTERNET CAREER AT THE BEGINNING OF THE PANDEMIC, JUST LIKE MANY, SHE WAS LOOKING FOR A CREATIVE WAY TO PASS THE TIME. HAVING ALWAYS BEEN A HUGE FAN OF SPECIAL EFFECTS MAKEUP, EMMA TAUGHT HERSELF HOW TO DO SO MAKING IT ALL THE MORE IMPRESSIVE! HOPING TO EXPAND HER PLATFORM PAST TIKTOK, EMMA NORTON IS SLAYING HER WAY INTO THE NEW YEAR!
Share with us the first TikTok you ever made. How have you grown since then?
During the pandemic in early 2020, like so
many others I was looking for a creative outlet to help me pass the time. My first TikTok was
a video of me singing a completely made-up song about my mom. It was so chaotic and
mindless…but that was the fun part about
it! The video generated much more attention than I would’ve ever expected. From that point forward, I progressed and changed
my content into a range including cosplay, acting, comedy, dancing, and more. The sky has been the limit!
to you when releasing content?
Halloween has always been my favorite
holiday. During middle school, I started to dabble a bit more with makeup. TikTok gave me permission to do more makeup every
day. But honestly, I am self-taught through
a lot of trial and error. I think it is so cool to have one’s appearance entirely change using makeup.
My advice is to figure out what makes you style with moving outside your comfort
zone. If those two can co-exist with some balance, then you are on your way! Be patient
I dabbled in a few trends in the beginning because I was determined to put my original spin on my videos. I wasn’t sure whether my
original ideas would attract an audience. Without risk, there’s no reward. So I was kind of shocked when my first several posts
received a healthy number of likes, positive comments, and new followers. Statistics
aside, what’s always most important is my
own satisfaction with the creativity and the
makeup? Any advice for aspiring makeup
unique and focus on balancing your own
In the beginning, what was most important
execution of my ideas.
Where did you learn to do special effects
while you are learning and experimenting,
and never let your mistakes deter you from continuing to push yourself.
Where do you get your inspiration from the most?
I really admire the many talented creators on TikTok and other platforms. Of course,
characters from stories, films, and pop
culture are great sources of inspiration. I’d have to say my #1 go-to for inspiration is my
own imagination! Cooking up content ideas
What is your favorite part about creating?
making decisions on which ideas to execute
of what you do?
has never been an issue. My challenge is next!
Growing up, how did you choose to express yourself?
What relationships have you built because
One of my favorite aspects of being a creator is the sense of community I’ve developed,
both in Los Angeles and worldwide. I really
When I was about nine, I decided to channel my inner competitive fire into becoming a
triple threat on stage, and eventually film and TV. I always attended schools with
strong arts programs, performed in Denver
musical theater productions, and took a lot
of film and TV acting classes in Denver and Los Angeles. For some reason, I’ve never had stage fright. In fact, nothing makes
me more excited than performing for an audience.
enjoy opportunities to collaborate with
other talented creators. I’ve developed
relationships with several brands that mean
a lot to me, and I feel immense gratitude for the opportunities that I have had.
Also, one of the greatest benefits of creating a strong platform are the opportunities to
give back and bring attention to incredible social causes. Two of my favorites are
Lollipop Theater and the Thirst Project located here in LA. I look forward to working with both organizations more in 2022.
In your family, what role did you play? I’m the youngest of two sisters by seven
years. My family would tell you that I was always the entertainer—singing and
dancing for family members and neighbors. My extended family, friends, even old babysitters would come to every one of my
stage performances. I sang the National Anthem at numerous events when I was
pretty little. I’m so lucky that my family
Where do you see yourself going next? Great question! My #1 passion has always
been acting and performing, so the goal is to eventually expand beyond my main platform
on TikTok. So I hope your readers will see more of me in that context in 2022. I’ll also admit to having a dream of launching my own makeup and fashion lines someday.
and so many friends have been incredibly supportive!
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