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Daniel Lismore is considered one of today’s most influential fashion leaders. His authenticity and personal courage have inspired works of striking originality and bold ideas. Through the medium of fashion, Daniel achieves a synthesis of art, history and culture that truly transcend time.His book, Be Yourself, Everyone Else is Already Taken, includes contributions by Debbie Harry, Boy George, Steven Fry, Vivienne Westwood and Stefano Pilati.  His record-setting exhibition of the same name opened at SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film in 2016, followed by  Art Basel in Miami--later traveling to Iceland, Italy, and Poland. Over his career, Daniel has collaborated with photographers like Mario Testino, Steven Klein, and David LaChapelle.  He’s worked with celebrated art directors, models, fashion designers, and actors. As Creative Director of Sorapol, he won critical acclaim for his work with some of the world’s most beautiful and influential women: Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey, Rita Ora, Debbie Harry, and Cara Delavigne. This past year, Daniel starred in Burberry Creative Director Riccardo Tischi’s Pride Month campaign. Along side Iggy Pop, he starred in H&M’s Close the Loop Campaign promoting sustainable clothing, as well as Bulgari’s Sustainable Future campaign in 2019.Currently, Daniel presides as Circuit ambassador for the Tate Modern, and has presented two exhibitions at the Tate London.In this two-part interview we discuss Daniel’s work with Vivienne Westwood and her Climate Revolution projects, and his modeling career culminating in the September 2019 opening of Naomi Campbell’s Fashion for Relief runway show at the British Museum.We talk about Daniel’s costume design collaboration with Swarovski for the English National Opera’s production of The Mask of Orpheus, and his work with fellow Cool Earth Ambassador Pamela Anderson and David LaChapelle at the English National Ballet which he produced and starred in.    We highlight Daniel’s candid interview with Tim Yip, Academy Award Winning Art Director of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.  And share a sneak preview of Yip’s new film in which Daniel has a starring role.We hear about a celebrated punk exhibition on the Thames in the company of Vivienne Westwood...and so much more. If 2020 taught us anything it’s that we all crave freedom—freedom to create, freedom to prosper, and freedom to love. In that spirit, I hope you enjoy this two-part series in which we explore fashion as art, and the role creativity can play in bringing our world closer together.  For links to Daniel Lismore’s Interview with Tim Yip and Vivienne Westwood’s Climate Revolution Project please click the links below.  Interview with Tim Yip: https://www.instagram.com/p/CI4RFUrAAd2/  https://www.vogue.co.uk/arts-and-lifestyle/gallery/londons-most-lavish-new-opera-costumes-daniel-lismore Vivienne Westwood's Climate Revolution Project and Map:https://climaterevolution.co.uk/wp/http://climaterevolution.co.uk/wp/2015/12/03/vivienne-westwood-full-speech/You can follow Daniel on Instagram: @daneillismore Facebook, Clubhouse, TikTok, Twitter and Linkedin.  www.daniellelismore.com 
For the first episode of our Second Season, we introduce US James Dyson Award winner, Thipok “Poom” Cholsaipant and his invention AeroLyze, the world's first breath glucometer for people with prediabetes. In today’s episode Poom Cholsaipant and Andrea Alexa Smith talk about the thought process for designing Aerolyze, the emphasis on user experience, and the power of the breath as a simple and profound gift we all share. We discuss creating achievable habits of self-care, adaptability in technology with the use of AI,  making Aerolyze a sustainable product, creating sustainable lifestyle habits, and the significant reduced waste and costs associated with diabetes products such as shoes, wipes, test strips ---and of course the compound future costs of related disease such as heart, stroke, and glaucoma. Poom is someone I respect for his absolute genius hands on approach to creating and looking to solutions for a problem that affects millions of Americans and existed in his own family- Type 2 diabetes. Poom’s democratization of design and vision for creating an affordable and accessible product for the people who need it most, including athletes and minority populations, is something we share a deep appreciation for. Poom is an award-winning industrial designer and a recent graduate of The University of Washington.   Poom has designed a variety of lifestyle products including tennis sneakers, lampshades, an AR head set and time management tools. We laud The James Dyson Foundation, The James Dyson Award, Dyson and Sir James Dyson  for the incredible due diligence in selecting and recognizing the potential of these young engineers ground breaking inventions like Poom’s Aerolyze. The James Dyson Foundation is the non-profit arm of Dyson, whose engineers are encouraging and supporting these young and bright design engineers who offer solutions to the problems of tomorrow to gain the confidence and resources to bring their products to life. For more information on Dyson, The James Dyson Foundation, The James Dyson Award and Poom’s Aerolyze, please click on the links below. https://www.dyson.com/newsroom/overview/features/october-2020/jda-top-20https://www.jamesdysonfoundation.com/who-we-are.htmlhttps://www.jamesdysonaward.org/en-US/2020/project/aerolyze/https://www.jamesdysonaward.org/en-US/For links to the Aerolyze renderings mentioned in our podcast, please follow the links below. https://geniusdesigntranscendstime.com/aerolyze/https://geniusdesigntranscendstime.com/james-dyson/This GDTT episode comes in time for November's National Diabetes Month. The CDC states that more than 88 million Americans-more than 1 in 3- have prediabetes and those with it -about 90% of them  don’t know they have it. Prediabetes puts a person at increased risk of developing type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke which is an even larger risk group. Prediabetes has a higher risk in some populations such as those whose had a sister, brother, or parent with Type 2 diabetes. For more information on diabetes and prediabetes, please visit: https://www.cdc.gov/chronicdisease/resources/publications/factsheets/diabetes-p</
Today’s Guest in Anjhe Marcus,  the CO-CEO and Creative Director of Lucas Hugh, the luxury activewear company featured in the movie The Hunger Games, Catching Fire. Founded in 2010, Lucas Hugh is driven to advance the future of activewear by delivering unparalleled designs for your personal best.  Anjhe spent two years in developing Lucas Hugh’s signature designs. Lucas Hugh is the first company incorporating the fully-bonded seam into activewear, that is used in record-breaking olympic quality swimwear. This and other advanced technological applications and design are used throughout the Lucas Hugh line. Anjhe is someone I respect personally for her intelligent future forward approach, taking consideration of female form and enhancement -combining concept luxury racing car aerodynamic design with record-breaking performance fabric.Anjhe’s wide range of knowledge in superior design application and fit is apparent in the custom costume design she did for The Hunger Games, Catching Fire movie where precision details were necessary to develop a coveted tailored fit evident in her fittings from Jennifer Lawrence (Katniss) to Bruno Gunn (Brutus). We believe Lucas Hugh is the highest quality luxury fitness gear for women in the world.No other luxury activewear designer or female lead in a movie --that we can think of-- so effectively communicates the power of fashion in performance, perception, and personal transformation. In today’s episode Andrea Alexa Smith and Anjhe Marcus talk about The Hunger Games Training Outfits Anjhe customized for the movie, Lucas Hugh’s record-breaking performance fabrication, and advanced technical fabric application and design to enhance and envelop the female form. We discuss Anjhe’s unique background with Marc Jacobs and the late Alexander McQueen and creating a transcendent style that lasts through your days and years, with a view on adaptivity as the future of fashion. For more information about Lucas Hugh and to view their latest collections and technologies including customization and tailored services available at the Lucas Hugh London Boutique please visit Lucashugh.com or click the links below. Discover Lucas Hugh through the editorial content on The Fit digital magazine or join the conversation at @lucashughhttps://www.lucashugh.comTo see the Lucas Hugh training outfits worn by Jennifer Lawrence and Bruno Gunn that are mentioned during this episode, please click the link below. https://youtu.be/EAzGXqJSDJ8 
Our guest today is Paula Hian. Paula is an incredible women’s fashion designer whose works have been copied and inspired numerous other well-known designers for decades around the globe.She is someone I respect personally for remaining true to her soul’s purpose and vision, honoring originality and the production of quality luxury goods while giving high priority to heritage craftmanship and precision technical designs and images that came to her in dreams. In today's episode Paula Hian and Andrea Alexa Smith talk about fashion, quality design and following the creative visions and dreams of your youth, and using technology to carry it out. Paula talks about the creative process, the importance of artisan craftsmanship,  and the influence of art and architecture in her designs. Paula and Andrea discuss how Paula's visions brought her ahead of her times. Paula molds the past, present and future fusing heritage craftsmanship and precision technology to create original works of art.Bio:Paula Hian is the CEO and fashion designer of Paula Hian. Paula was the winner of the prestigious Concours International Des Jeunes Createurs De Mode competition in Paris. Her dress remains in the permanent collection of the Louvre Museum as the result of winning the prestigious competition whose judges included Christian Lacroix and other well-known industry professionals. Her iconic original designs such as the famous see-through trench coat led to decades of various copies and interpretations by major fashion houses. Her dresses have been featured in numerous magazines and publications and promotional materials such as HBO’S Gossip Girl giving more inspiration to the fashion world. She is the preferred designer of many professionals and philanthropists who return to her for timeless designs and custom creations to feel confident and beautiful in their own skin. Paula Hian received her degree in art history at Northwestern University and attended New York’s prestigious Fashion Institute of Technology as a graduate student.  The Paula Hian Collection is knitted in an exclusive factory that produces for Chanel, Hermes and Balmain and sold in exclusive specialty stores.  Paula knits her designs in beautiful durable knits that perfect the female form. Her styles are hand-crafted of hand-quality and attention to fit and detail. Paula has been pursuing state of the art technology for decades to bring her creative applications to life. For more information on Paula Hian and her collections please click the links below.https://paulahian.comhttps://paulahian.com/pages/abouthttps://paulahian.com/pages/thelouvre-dress-standard-magazinehttps://paulahian.com/collections/pre-order   
Welcome to the Genius Design Transcends Time Podcast: Where Fashion and Health Connect. Our guest today is Mrs. Anne Bader, a woman who is a symbol of timeless elegance for over 30 years and revered for her skill and influence in building bridges between diverse stakeholders to achieve agreement on moving closer to sustainable peace. Anne is known amongst her peers for her tremendous work behind The Iron Curtain after its fall with peace keeping initiatives and today in her active cybersecurity news. In today’s episode Anne Bader and Andrea Alexa Smith talks about fashion as a visible anchor to hope, beauty, and harmony of our world. Anne shares her advice for young independent women, including our shared risk, speaking up when you need help, being comfortable and confident in your clothes and knowing what you want. Anne is the founder of International Cybersecurity Dialogue, dedicated to bridging the gap between policy makers and security technologists in government, business and academic spheres. This unique round table allows leaders seeking peer level debate and exchange by invitation and off the record as appropriate to allow participants-all current public and private experts-the freedom to voice their individual ideas and opinions adding value to this collaborative network. Experts discuss topics such as Information Sharing, Norms, Best Practices and Law, Critical Infrastructure Resilience, Responsibility and Accountability, Supply Chain Assurance and Threats: including anticipation, deterrence, mitigation, and response to better manage threats and opportunities. Anne’s recent work includes being a US government speaker at Infofest, a regional cyber conference in Montenegro, in tandem with the US State Department Cyber Speaker Tour of Serbia.  Previous programs include the Resilience to Crises Programme with the Defence Academy of the United Kingdom in partnership with NATO in Prague, Belgrade, Paris and London; TRUST, (Together Reducing Unsafe Tools of War) in Ukraine, Albania, Serbia, Belgium and the United States to promote good governance and defense reform through the Partnership for Peace Trust Fund; and the Partnership for Peace (PFP) NGO network throughout countries of the former Soviet Union with the Special Advisor, Secretary General NATO.Previously, Mrs. Bader served as Senior Research Fellow and Director, Advanced Research Assessment Group, The Defence Academy of The United Kingdom; Visiting Programme Director, Wilton Park; Executive Vice President, The Fund for Peace; Vice President, the Atlantic Council of the United States; Vice President, Trinity College and Vice President, Business Executives for National Security all of Washington DC.Mrs. Bader is a graduate of Trinity University Washington and Georgetown Visitation Preparatory School of Washington DC. Her memberships include the National Press Club, Women in International Security and the Board of the Hungarian American Coalition.https://cybersecuritydialogue.orghttps://geniusdesigntranscendstime.com
Welcome to the Genius Design Transcends Time Podcast: Where Fashion and Health Connect. In today's episode Andrea Alexa Smith and world-renowned French criminologist Alain Bauer talk about fashion and crime and its role in social conditioning and belonging, mapping the supply chain and effective data control for promoting a healthier, safer and more sustainable world.  Alain shares his unique insight into the focus of today’s fashion supply chain on protecting trademarks, reducing counterfeit products, preventing child labor, reducing usage of natural resources, reducing waste, preventing chemical pollution and illegal disposal of waste in other countries, and moving towards sustainability for the worker, the community and the environment. Alain says this crisis is the last alarm before the big one and that the big one is coming and face masks are here to stay.  Alain says the fashion industry should feature the face mask on the runways this upcoming season and introduce better looking and more functional face-masks as the fashion designers have a huge influence on the public.Bio:Alain Bauer is a world-renowned French criminologist and former Security Advisor to French Prime Minister Michel Rocard and with almost every new administration since 1988. President Nicholas Sarkozy appointed him to reorganize the French system on security and strategy, focusing on the creation of a National Security Council. Alain is widely respected for his work against racism, anti-Semitism and discrimination.  Alain is Commander of the Legion of Honour.  Alain Bauer is a consultant to the New York Police Department, the Los Angeles Police Department, and the Surete du Quebec in Canada. He is member of the OECD Task Force on Charting Illicit Trade, and is Member of the EUROPOL SOCTA’s Academic Advisory Group.Alain was President of The National Private Security Regulation Council from 2012-2017, President of the Strategic Research High Council to the President and Prime Minister of the French Republic from 2009-2019, President of French National Crime Commission from 2003-2013, Co-president of the mission for the White Book on Public Security from 2010-2011, President of Working Group on Custom Files from 2009-2010, President of the Strategic Security Mission to the President from 2007-2010, President of the Police Files Control Group from 2006-2008, Vice-President of Francopol since 2009, Member of the Honorary Committee of the International League Against Racism and Antisemitism since 2003, Former member of the High Authority against Discrimination from 2005-2007, Former member of the National Commission for Human Rights from 2000-2003 and Former Vice President of the Sorbonne University in Paris from 1981-1988. Alain is Editor of the International Journal on Criminology and Member of The Advisory Board of Prism, Center for Complex Organizations, National Defense University, Washington DC. Alain’s criminological and strategic books range on topics from violence in insecure urban environments, global security, the enigma of Al Qaeda, Criminology in the United States, Criminology in France, global crime, history of medicine in criminal identification, statistics in criminals and victimization, terrorism, counter terrorism, transnational criminology, public security and strategy,  video surveillance and protection, football,  and violence in society today. Alain is Professor, Chair of Criminology, at the National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts, Chair of the Police Crimes and Sciences at the Security Management MBA, Senior Fellow at the Terrorist Center of John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York, Senior Fellow at the Law and Political Science University in Beijing, and Associate Professor at Fudan University in Shanghai. http://www.alainbauer.com
Welcome to the Genius Design Transcends Time Podcast: Where Fashion and Health Connect. Andrea Alexa Smith brings attention to the future of fashion and how man, nature, science, and technology can enrich our lives.  Andrea engages leaders and experts from all fields regarding the impact fashion has on individual, community and global health. Our first guest is Philippe Baumard. Philippe is an AI and cybersecurity expert for organizations, defense and strategic warfare, and an organizational theorist. He is someone I respect personally for his views on protecting personal privacy in data collection and AI applications to live more harmonious lives.Philippe is the CEO of Akheros, a cybersecurity and R and D Company. He has consulted for numerous companies in the defense, telecommunications, and cybersecurity space such as AirBus and Orange. Philippe has published over 80 articles on organizational learning, intelligence, business strategy, machine learning, information warfare, forecasting,  perception, and organizational façades.  He has also written eight books and co-edited three books on these subjects. Philippe Baumard has held visiting professorships at New York University, University of California, Berkeley, and Stanford University. He is currently Professor at the French National Conservatory of Arts and Crafts (CNAM), Paris, and President of the Scientific Council of France's High Council for Strategic Education and Research. In today's episode we talk about fashion and how it can be our guide to live happier, healthier and more meaningful lives. Philippe shares his insight into AI, behavioral intelligence and the future of fashion with hopes to bring us to more freedom, happiness and our highest potential. http://Akheros.comhttps://geniusdesigntranscendstime.com
Daniel Lismore is considered one of today’s most influential fashion leaders. His authenticity and personal courage have inspired works of striking originality and bold ideas. Through the medium of fashion, Daniel achieves a synthesis of art, history and culture that truly transcend time.His book, Be Yourself, Everyone Else is Already Taken, includes contributions by Debbie Harry, Boy George, Steven Fry, Vivienne Westwood and Stefano Pilati.  His record-setting exhibition of the same name opened at SCAD FASH Museum of Fashion + Film in 2016, followed by Art Basel in Miami--later traveling to Iceland, Italy, and Poland. Over his career, Daniel has collaborated with photographers like Mario Testino, Steven Klein, and David LaChapelle.  He’s worked with celebrated art directors, models, fashion designers, and actors. As Creative Director of Sorapol, he won critical acclaim for his work with some of the world’s most beautiful and influential women: Nicki Minaj, Mariah Carey, Rita Ora, Debbie Harry, and Cara Delavigne. This past year, Daniel starred in Burberry Creative Director Riccardo Tischi’s Pride Month campaign. Along side Iggy Pop, he starred in H&M’s Close the Loop Campaign promoting sustainable clothing, as well as Bulgari’s Sustainable Future campaign in 2019 and newly released Bulgari 2020 campaign. Currently, Daniel presides as Circuit ambassador for the Tate Modern, and has presented two exhibitions at the Tate London.In this two-part interview we discuss Daniel’s work with Vivienne Westwood and her Climate Revolution projects, and his modeling career culminating in the September 2019 opening of Naomi Campbell’s Fashion for Relief runway show at the British Museum.We talk about Daniel’s costume design collaboration with Swarovski for the English National Opera’s production of The Mask of Orpheus, and his work with fellow Cool Earth Ambassador Pamela Anderson and David LaChapelle at the English National Ballet which he produced and starred in.    We highlight Daniel’s candid interview with Tim Yip, Academy Award Winning Art Director of Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon.  And share a sneak preview of Yip’s new film in which Daniel has a starring role. We hear about a celebrated punk exhibition on the Thames in the company of Vivienne Westwood...and so much more. If 2020 taught us anything it’s that we all crave freedom—freedom to create, freedom to prosper, and freedom to love. In that spirit, I hope you enjoy this two-part series in which we explore fashion as art, and the role creativity can play in bringing our world closer together.  For links to Daniel Lismore’s Interview with Tim Yip and Vivienne Westwood’s Climate Revolution Project please click the links below.  Interview with Tim Yip: https://www.instagram.com/p/CI4RFUrAAd2/  @timyipstimeVivienne Westwood's Climate Revolution Project and Map:https://climaterevolution.co.uk/wp/Iceland photo:  https://www.instagram.com/p/CJBe2rrgGg3/You can follow Daniel on Instagram: @daneillismore Facebook, Clubhouse, TikTok, Twitter and Linkedin.  www.daniellelismore.com 
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