Saturday, December 31, 2011

| Timeless | Things in the Slow and Steady Wins the Race Time Capsule

Instead of a year in review, we thought we would share with you some of the items and ideas we would put in our time capsule. For us they straddle the very specific space of the timely with the timeless. Sometimes sublimely anachronistic, sometimes abstractly unique, but always fundamentally classic.


Josef Hoffman Patrician Glass Service, Designed in 1917, Produced by J L Lobmeyr

As we close out one year and pave the pathway for another, one thing will not change -- and that is our utmost commitment to upholding design integrity.

True design integrity is untouchable in its presence and undeniable in its cause and purpose. It is what makes our foundation. 

Design has the power to be timely and timeless, unique and universal, ageless and cross-cultural. 

Existing as a living archive and now best represented as a thesaurus of wearable design, Slow and Steady Wins the Race will continue to focus on the fundamentals of clothing and accessory design while making a commentary on the cultural anthropology and psychology of fashion, dress and function.

Thank you for joining us on this journey.