Dayle Haddon by Francesco Scavullo for Cosmopolitan, January 1977 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 💋 FUN FACT: Dayle id presently known for promoting anti-aging products manufactured by L'Oréal. 💋
Each Wednesday I'm going to post about a woman making a difference in this world who inspires me and is a role model to young women of today. You only have one chance on this planet so you might as well do something amazing and make a difference to others you leave behind.
As founder and CEO of WomenOne, Dayle Haddon, a recipient of the UN’s Humanitarian Award, helps women and girls around the world access to quality education. Currently, her organization’s focus is on Nanyuki Kenya and during a recent trip to a Syrian Refugee camp, WomenOne created a media and leadership workshop for Syrian refugee girls from Zaatari camp, and their recent Centers of Worth helps adolescent girls stay in school and provides social, emotional, and academic counseling, health education, and financial and digital literacy training.
In a future beset by chaos and violence, mercenary Gibson Rickenbacker (Jean-Claude Van Damme) is charged with a mission that could change everything: protecting beautiful cyborg Pearl Prophet (Dayle Haddon). She holds the cure for a deadly disease that could destroy humanity, and must get it to scientists in Atlanta. But warlord Tremolo Fender (Vincent Klyn), fearing that his power will be undercut by peace, intends to make sure she never reaches her destination. My favorite of all Jean Claude Van Damme 🎥! #1989
c.1974 Truly, my only influence. Not only in design but life. I remember being exposed to @guybourdinofficial when I was super young in the 80s. I didn't know it at the time, but it forced me pay attention to feelings and subtleties that eventually became important habits in my creative process. Uncomfortable feelings from darknesses to lightnesses, emotional depth, visual depth, color theory, composition, imperfections and true beauty. #guybourdin#sayokoyamaguchi#daylehaddon#creativeprocess