The brand Barbara ì Gongini comes from Faroe Islands, the so-called Sheep Islands. This could explain the fuzzy woolen headgear of the models.
The label presented their Spring/Summer 2013 collection at the just ended Copenhagen Fashion Week.
Unpretentious, sometimes tattered layering-looks in black, white and gray, thick boots in Rick Owens style and painted fingernails were to see. Everything not quite spectacular, and far too close to the real life of the small-town fashion bloggers.
Certified herewith, it finally seems to be over, the very-relaxed-ironic (and of-course also by-us publicised to the limit) adilettes-look, which, if possible, you wear in the most obnoxious ways (with a suit- hihihi, in winter – hihihi, to your sisters wedding – hihihi, to Yom Kippur – hihihi).
On this picture, the smoochy singer Sascha ‘Sasha’ Schmitz, who was already out, before we even had pubic hair, is wearing adilettes with a smoking. Therefore it is official and very clear: the adilettes-look has reached the deepest and worst low of mainstream – and is celebrated there with a twinkling smile. There is nothing worse.
Whoever is still serious (hihihi) about wearing ADIDAS-bathing-shoes, has not understood anything and should be punished with having to listen to Sasha’s new album for three days.