Daniel Lismore is a prominent feature of the London fashion circuit and his personal style has been the subject of exhibitions at the prestigious Tate Modern, London in 2013 and Tate Britain, London in 2014. Lismore has been featured in numerous music videos, television shows, and films, and since 2012 has been the creative director of Sorapol, a luxury womenswear label. Hilary Alexander is the former fashion director of the Daily Telegraph and current editor-at-large for Hello Fashion Monthly. In 2013, she was appointed to the Order of the British Empire (OBE) by Queen Elizabeth II for her services to fashion journalism. Paula Wallace is the president and founder of the Savannah College of Art and Design. Under her leadership, the university's academic horizons span three continents, with unique locations in Savannah and Atlanta, Georgia; in Hong Kong; in Lacoste, France; and online. She is an author, designer, and historic preservationist. Colin Douglas Gray earned a bachelor of fine arts degree in photography from SCAD. As a portrait and fashion photographer, he has collaborated with MTV and numerous celebrity clients and his work has appeared in Esquire, Interview, Numero and Vogue.
"It's an in-depth look at the exhibition. Hilary Alexander and Paula Wallace wrote most of the text, and there are quotes from Edward Enninful, Vivienne Westwood, Matt Lucas, Debbie Harry, Boy George, Stefano Pilati, and Stephen Fry." --Daniel Lismore, interview with The Daily Front Row "Dubbed "London's Most Outrageous Dresser," Daniel Lismore, the six-foot-four nightlife impresario known for his highly detailed, intricately constructed constumes, is set to release an anthology of his creations, published by Rizzoli." --V Magazine "You better fasten your seat belt as this is pretty much visual overload or the visual feast to end all feasts. If one's body can be considered a canvas to paint upon and clothes could be considered the paint, then Daniel Lismore is one of the greatest artists if not portraitist ever to walk the face of the earth....If you search for a book that will stimulate your mind and your senses, then Be Yourself, Everyone Else Is Already Taken is a must have. The book is a conversation piece as well as a tome that deserves the attention of those who fancy themselves aficionados and cognoscenti of fashion. Think clothing as theater and spectacle!" --New York Journal of Books