Working at Slow and Steady Wins the Race was a turning point for me, being part of a label that not only changes your view on fashion by taking your basic every day fashion fundamentals and extending it to a collection of capabilities. Conceptually there is no other Label like Slow and Steady Wins the Race, having a readily available archive of every collection that has ever been released is no easy task, my many runs to the garment district were proof of that, However it always seem to come together. My favorite collection has always been the No 4 Sweats collection. Taking an ordinary sweatshirt and making it extraordinary by converting it into these statement pieces that can be used in everyday wear.
Working at a hands on studio, where one sees every aspect of the industry, and seeing the founder’s creative ideas and unique approaches to make her mark in fashion, although slightly chaotic at times( as would be anywhere) was both inspiring and fulfilling. Preparing for fashion week installations was always the most exciting — never knowing what to expect each season. Having been part organizing many of the installations, it is difficult to pick just one favorite, but the one that stands out to me the most was the Department Store Installation, unveiling the Wedding Dress…
From the vintage perfume bottles, to the Slow and Steady Wins the Race logo embroidered towels to the spotlight Wedding Dress.. every aspect of that installation came together so beautifully…I wanted it to stay up forever. It was a privilege to have been part of Slow and Steady Wins the Race for several years and many, many projects.
“It’s not only a unique bag but an ultimate solution for a container. No matter what lifestyle you are in it fits in you the moment you see it.” – Rebecca Wu
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The 4 way tote is a successful collection and I believe to expand this collection into various colors and material will hit the market and impress on your potential customers.
Nadia Comaneci, 1976 Summer Olympics