Dolce & Gabbana present digital project DGFattoInCasa.
Digital workshops will promote creativity at home, Vogue reported.
“Facing a tragedy of such vast dimensions, every action may seem irrelevant but, thanks to Professor Mantovani, we understood that even a very small gesture can have an enormous meaning,” Gabbana told Vogue. “Supporting scientific research is a moral duty for us, and we hope that our contribution will help to play a role in solving this dramatic problem.”
There is a fundraising component as Dolce & Gabbana will be asking those who tune in to the workshops to donate to the Humanitas University in Rozzano, Italy, via the crowdfunding platform ForFunding by Intesa Sanpaolo Bank. The money will go toward research units working to find a vaccine for the COVID-19.
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