Schön! 40 digital cover | dove cameron

dress. Collini Milano
earrings. MISHO

Dove Cameron is not one to slow down. Seen above wearing a piece from Collini Milano, Cameron is a multi-hyphenate talent with a whip-crack wit — and it’s clear her meteoric rise is no fluke.

Since her mainstream debut on Disney Channel’s Liv and Maddie, Cameron has been putting in her hours; she’s honed her abilities as an actress, appearing in the Descendents films on Disney alongside numerous television roles. She’s also tuned her skills as a singer and songwriter, signing with Columbia’s Disruptor Records before releasing her 2019 Bloodshot / Waste EP and several singles in the years following. Even as she talks to Schön!, she’s multitasking, preparing for a long day of work while organising critiques for a still-in-the-making project. “Literally last night, I was in the bath with one of those little tray things — I had my laptop, my phone and a water, and I was in business mode,” she laughs. “I wish I could get my label on the phone to give an interview about me, because I think they hate me. I just have so many notes!”

The project in question is the video for her new song Lazy Baby, an infectious Pop-Funk smash that sees Cameron exercise her skills as both a songwriter and storyteller. Despite its upbeat melody and carefree chorus, a nascent darkness can be heard in the track’s lyrics, which plaintively muse the process of navigating a deteriorating relationship. That balance between light and dark, she says, is part of what allows her to work through her pain.

“I actually got into a big argument with my best friend on a road trip we went on two months ago. She was like, ‘You only listen to happy music!’ and I was like, ‘That’s not true!’ But I thought about it, and she was so right,” Cameron admits. “I’ve had so much tragedy in my life — true tragedy: murder, death, suicide, really crazy shit. So, when I was growing up, I never really needed sad songs because I was already such a sad kid. I’m a deep feeler, and there’s nothing in me that wants to dwell in my pain more than I have to.”


bodysuit. Collini Milano
tights. Calzedonia
ear cuff throughout. Dove’s own
rings. German Kabirski
rings. Bonheur Jewelry

dress. Collini Milano
earrings. MISHO
coat. Collini Milano
earrings. Bonheur Jewelry

bodysuit. Collini Milano
tights. Calzedonia
rings. German Kabirski

Discover the full editorial and our chat with Dove Cameron in print in Schön! 40. You can download your issue with this digital-only cover exclusively here

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This digital cover + editorial from Schön! 40 has been produced by

direction + photography. Benjo Arwars
fashion. Aisha Rae
talent. Dove Cameron wearing Collini Milano
hair. Clayton Hawkins using R+Co BLEU
make up. Melissa Hernandez using Pat McGrath Labs
dop + photography assistant. Josh Hammaren
video editing. WE STUDIO
music. Chris Upton
production. BL8K
fashion assistants. Tashe Pollard + Angel Cross
retouch. Mode Studios
location. RoseWolff Studio
words. Braden Bjella


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