Elizabeth Berkley Has Been Married for 16 Years — inside 'Saved by the Bell' Star's Family

Elizabeth Berkley’s husband, Greg Lauren, is redefining runways as he makes a name for himself in the fashion industry, all while being a loving husband and doting father.

Elizabeth Berkley is undoubtedly a proud and supportive wife to his fashion designer husband, Greg Lauren, who probably got his sense of style from his uncle, Ralph Lauren.

The actress does not shy away from posting on social media about her husband’s fashion line, allowing her fans to get to know him even more.

“SOOO proud of my love @greglauren for his fierce work ethic, artistic passion and amazing vision in all that he does,” she posted on Instagram. 

However, there’s more to the designer than a glimpse of him shown online. Here’s a closer look at Lauren as an entrepreneur, husband, and father.


Although his first career move was to pursue acting, appearing in “Boogie Nights” and two “Batman” films, the artist entertainer expressed his creativity differently and focused on art.

His work was displayed at Art Basel, and Lauren even ended up being the artist behind three covers for the Batman comics. However, he was later drawn back to working with clothing.

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Like so many of our amazing friends and colleagues in the fashion/apparel sector, we are ready and able to help. I knew we had the space, the manpower, and the fabric and the know how...The unanswered question seemed to be, "how exactly?" and "what can we make that will actually work, make a difference?" So I wanted let all of you know what we are doing, and where we are with our efforts to help, so that we can do this together. - Enter Dr. Jason Berkley Thank you, thank you to my brilliant brother in law Dr. Jason Berkley, @jasonb_50 a And @redwingsdoc11 a physician at CEDARS who said "I have an idea, I know what you can use..." - The result is what we are calling the "UPGRADED DIY FILTER MASK".... Jason's idea was to insert the same material used in common air conditioning filters, as long as it had at MERV 13 rating or a FPR 10 rating, which is the system Home Depot uses, in between the fabric. That is what we have done, beginning with 100 air conditioning filters bought at Home Depot, with the goal of making 1000 per week (1 filter makes 14 masks using our pattern). Using overstock fabric and scraps of "tightly woven cotton" , we are using a softer one (plaid flannel) for the part which touches the face, and army twill for the outer side. - We feel that this has got to be better than nothing, and friends in the medical field have unofficially said this should work, and "be so much better than tying a bandanna around one's face". We are anxiously waiting for feedback from the mayor's office, as well as friends in the medical field for a more official vetting. We are also looking for any other support in helping to get an answer more quickly. - In the meantime, this is an call to action, to all of our friends in the fashion /apparel community, to all of the amazing cutters and sewers at home... let's make as many of these as possible and get them to those who need them. We will continue to update as we find out more, and we welcome any tweak - Thank you Christina @symbioticform , Carol and the team at GL for being willing to come together and make this happen, thank you again Jason for the magical ingredient we think will make this work!!!! - Stay Safe, GL

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Now a little more grown-up, Sky enjoys entertaining himself with different books to read, specifically Harry Potter, as his favorite.

Lauren isn’t a stranger to the runway, given his family’s love for fashion. His uncle is Ralph and his father, Jerry, is the creative director of men’s design.

The designer learned about styling, clothing, and everything under fashion in his years growing up, which eventually made him an expert in that field.

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The Journal Capsule Part 2: - The Journal Work Canvas Trucker Front Ollie and The Journal 50/50 Denim/Fleece Long Slim - These items will be auctioned beginning tomorrow, April 15, 2020. Bidding will start at 10am PST and will end on Thursday, April 16th at 12pm PST. A portion of the proceeds from these will continue to benefit America’s Food Fund. Please visit the link in bio tomorrow to place your bid. - The search for vintage clothing was always fun, but sometimes more than the garment itself, I always felt like I had found hidden treasure, when I'd discover any writing or drawing... on an army duffel bag, a pair of jeans, work coveralls... sometimes hidden, sometimes boldly visible...whether a finished illustration, a word, a date... I've always been fascinated by them. These details made garments typically meant to be standardized, very very personal, and unique. Even if I couldn't decipher it, I knew it meant something to the person who drew it.

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Despite being relatively new, his own label is no small-time line as the likes of Kendrick Lamar and Ruby Rose confidently wear his brand.

The Los Angeles-based designer has his clothing sourced locally and not factory-made before shipping it to 60 stores, more or less, across the globe. He shared:

“I’m on a mission to create clothing that is beautiful, and people enjoy wearing, but artistically I want it to say something. I want there to be an emotional connection.”

As much as possible, Lauren aims to express individuality through clothing and deconstruct the “classic” look that society forces on people.

“I’m looking to unleash the individual,” she shared. “Not telegraph who they should be. Certainly, Lauren’s brand is growing on the market as many known personalities choose its distinct style.

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When I started my collection I was obsessed with exploring and interrogating classical male archetypes... I was more interested in the idea of recycling image and identity... in my quest to understand our universal obsession with these archetypes I started with military... I began making classic silhouettes out of the most basic and functional elements... tents, duffel bags... I’d visit the warehouses of all of my flea market friends and find them sitting in storage, in large piles collecting dust... I never wanted to throw anything away because I loved the visual aesthetic so much, and I some how felt connected to every detail... i didn't realize how many scraps we were hoarding, and how now my scraps were sitting in a pile collecting dust. It was time to put the creative juice to the test. It was easy for me to make pieces out of large beautiful pieces of vintage fabrics with patina, texture, details, amazing weathered colors, stories, a soul... what could we do with the thousands of mismatched scraps and fragments which came from those?

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Lauren and Berkley are still very much in love and find time for each other despite busy schedules. On date nights, they often turn to “sushi and meditation” to bond and relax.

The pair are also open to having double dates with their close friends but also love just spending time with each other when they can.

Elizabeth Berkley arrives at the 16th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball at a private residence on June 3, 2017 in Brentwood, California. | Source: Getty Images

Elizabeth Berkley arrives at the 16th Annual Chrysalis Butterfly Ball at a private residence on June 3, 2017 in Brentwood, California. | Source: Getty Images

Even with nearly two decades spent as husband and wife, Lauren is still in awe of making his childhood crush his wife.


Lauren and Berkley welcomed their son, Sky Cole Lauren, on July 20, 2012, after tying the knot in 2003. At the time of his birth, the couple revealed it was “love at first sight” after seeing their son.

Now a little more grown-up, Sky enjoys entertaining himself with different books to read, specifically Harry Potter, as his favorite.

Despite being a busy man, Lauren’s son remains his most prized possession and makes clothing just for his little one. 

“There’s a lot of freedom in children’s wear,” he said. “You get to do things that are really experimental -- at least I do for my child.” Admittedly, Lauren does not like clothing for his son which will make him look like a man.

Similarly, the “Saved By the Bell” star has been enjoying motherhood from day one and made her son the main focus of her life.

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