Brad Goreski Covers BELLO mag September Fashion Issue


While September typically brings a sense of nostalgia when signs of fall approach, for me, being from and living in Los Angeles, this is never the case. Here in sunny Santa Monica, CA, the sun still shines among the blue skies. This is why we present our readers the September Fall Fashion issue with a bit of an “Indian Summer” flare…

What better way to have this special fashion issue represented in a true and proper west coast sense, than to have this month’s cover boy be none other than the newest generation’s fashion go-to person, Brad Goreski. Wearing nothing but the finest, top designer brands such as Tom Ford, Dolce and Gabbana, Lanvin, Christian Louboutin, et more… Goreski gives us fashion forward real-ness in every page of this beautiful editorial shot in his own stunning home by celebrity photographer, Jim Wright.

So keep your shades on and your rooftops down, summer in fall is not going anywhere just yet…
Live beautifully,

Leslie Alejandro, Executive Director

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Bello mag does it differently. While the rest of the world is hyper focused on the new fall trends, our September fashion issue chooses to remind our readers the importance of the basics. We hope to remind you that timeless and trend are the BFF’s we won’t ever stop celebrating. Our cover, Brad Goreski, couldn’t be a more perfect subject. The classically trained actor and now celebrity stylist and host of Fashion Police injects wit and whimsy in time-honored suits while revealing his secrets to success in both the fashion and entertainment worlds. “Pairing interesting things with good basics makes [getting dressed] easy,” Goreski aptly explains.

Also through these pages, we find profiles on Australian designer Brent Wilson, Los Angeles-based fashion businesswoman-turned-designer Deidre Roffoni’s Xirena, and multi-country based women’s evening collection Galvan, who all find a new twist and fresh takes on wardrobe classics. Photographer Genesis Ilada proves that a man really only needs a good tee, jeans, and leather jacket to be sexy. While Brian Kaminki showcases John Varvatos’ flawless fall collection on model Lucas Loyola, and Tino Vargas captures elementary primary colors in lush, exquisite settings in Jungle Queen. Back to basics has never felt more relevant. Click through and share your #bellofashion moments with us on Instagram.

Kimmy Erin Kertes, Fashion Editor at Large


About The Author

Stephane Marquet
Creative Director

First of all, excuse my French! … I was born in the South of France. Lived in Paris for 10 years and travelled the world until I moved to Los Angeles in 2008, because obviously recession was a great time to move to a new country! I also arrived around Halloween and was greeted at the Social Security offices by a nurse who directed to the window Number 6 so a witch could hand me my social security number. Welcome to America. I am a painter, a photographer and the creative director of BELLO mag.

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