Who created it? The designer behind Slow and Steady Wins the Race prefers to remain anonymous, in keeping with the conceptual bent of the brand. Slow and Steady Wins the Race is an experimental fashion project that was started about five years ago in New York and releases collections, or 'issues' as the brand likes to call them, four times a year. Why we love it? Commenting on the fast turnaround in fashion, this tongue-in-cheek line aims to create interesting pieces at 'democratic' prices. Runs are usually limited to 1,000 pieces per item and collections include clothing, accessories, footwear, eyewear and jewellery. Some of the brand's most popular pieces are kitschy takes on designer bags from the likes of Hermes, Chanel and Balenciaga, made with materials such as unwashed canvas. There are even bags that mix and match elements from different designers such as a Chanel and Gucci hybrid bag (far right; HK$1,500). What we'd pick: Slow and Steady's clothing line includes pieces such as an unusual unisex sleeveless white shirt (right; US$100/HK$780), with the cut-off arms sewn around the waist like a belt. Where can I get it? Only the label's bags are available in Hong Kong, at On Pedder, Wheelock House, Central, tel: 2118 3489. Shop for clothing, accessories and shoes at www.slowandsteadywinstherace.com and other online stores such as www.creaturesofcomfort.us , www.shopstandingup.us and www.oogaboogastore.com .