Dolce & Gabbana Celebrates Traditional Italian Craftsmanship With Its Latest Project

Lindsay Judge   |   10-05-2020

Dolce & Gabbana’s latest project “DGFATTOINCASA” – “Made at Home” celebrates the way we have all been united through the lockdown experience.


In a time when our values have slowed and shifted, DGFATTOINCASA reveals the power of crafts and creativity as well as the love and passion that goes into Made in Italy products.



The story of this project starts at home. Presented as an ancient Italian workshop in which the tradition of Fatto a Mano (meaning handmade craft) was born and intertwined with traditional family life.


Dolce & Gabbana artisans and friends of the house will hold a series of digital workshops in which they invite viewers into their homes to share their skills and expertise and to pass on ideas and suggestions for projects that we can all partake with loved ones.


As well as discovering the beauty of the Italian tradition of Fatto in Case this project also includes the DGFATTOINCASA fund that will raise funds as part of Dolce & Gabbana’s ongoing project with Fondazione Humanitas Per La Ricerca and the research with Humanitas University in Milan. Founded in February the project which is coordinated by Professor Mantovani was put in place to clarify the responses of the human immune system when it is infected with COVID-19.



DGFATTOINCASA is presented in partnership with ForFunding by Intesa Sanpaolo Bank. ForFunding is a crowdfunding platform for non-governmental and non-pro t organizations and foundations that wish to start fundraisers involving a large community of active donors. Intesa Sanpaolo does not take any commission on donations, meaning that every euro donated will be paid in full to the projects, guaranteeing security and transparency.


See the project through Dolce & Gabbana’s social media channels.




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