Feature: bARBARA Í gONGINI. This strange and eccentric designer creates beautiful draping and simple shapes with a monochromatic color palette. I like how delicate materials clash with the severity of the styling of these outfits. I will say one thing though, this model is really horribly dead -- she does nothing for the clothes, regardless of what "look" the brand is trying to give off. If you want to know more about the design philosophy, read on: "The aim of the company is to create Nordic clothing based on a conceptual approach to the process, where experiments with forms provide the setting for the visual motive in the design. bARBARA Í gONGINI creates clothing, which is at the leading edge of the trade. bARBARA Í gONGINI furthermore participates very actively in the artistic debate in the Nordic countries. During the work, interdisciplinary co-operation with other artists within music, photography, film, etc, is emphasised and this co-operation nourishes inspiration during the design process itself. bARBARA Í gONGINI comprises two lines of womenswear: I-rEguLar and rEguLar. The collection represents these two extreme points, but must be seen as a coherent whole." Images courtesy of www.barbaraigongini.dk.