Steele and Edith, S&E, much like South and East on a compass rose, is an intersection—a rooted point of convergence between antipodes, a steady equilibrium that somehow exists between moving parts. It is an exploration of the ways that left and right, oil and water, 1 and 100, S and E can complement each other. It is embracing and sensible in its collision of worlds, without being predictably imitative.
Foundationally, Steele and Edith relies not on a bedrock beneath but rather a core within. That core blends sentimentality and hope into a tree that stretches toward the stratosphere, blanketing all walks of life with its shade.
Steele and Edith travels in its own channel as a reminder that self-investigation is a task both disturbing and vulnerable, yet unemotional and insulating. Simultaneously neglected and overanalyzed. S&E speaks not only outwardly on class, condition, intention, and definition, but also converses with itself through seasonal collections that continuously reroute, rewire, and rebuild the engines of expression.
S: “You’re not unoriginal; you just don’t know what it means to be an individual yet.”
E: “I don’t want to be the product of reasons; I just want to be myself.”
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