Dolce&Gabbana busca la cura del COVID-19 con una iniciativa hecha en casa

La firma italiana apoya la investigación científica para encontrar la vacuna para el coronavirus

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Como el tercer país más golpeado por la pandemia de coronavirus, el pueblo de Italia está distanciado físicamente, pero sus corazones están más cerca que nunca. La cuarentena es una experiencia que ha unido al mundo entero y la firma italiana Dolce&Gabbana se suma a la solidaridad con una iniciativa que tiene el propósito de encontrar la cura del COVID-19.

Con el nuevo proyecto creativo “Fatto in Casa” (Hecho en Casa), Dolce&Gabanna explora la artesanía, creatividad y amor arraigados en su identidad casera ‘Made in Italy’. En talleres digitales a través de Instagram, artesanos y amigos de la firma compartirán ideas creativas para hacer desde casa y al mismo tiempo recaudará fondos para la investigación científica.

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Apart, but together – now closer than ever.
Dolce&Gabbana today unveils a new project named #DGFattoInCasa – “Made at Home” – that explores the shared experience of lockdown that has united us all. In a time when our values have slowed, shifted and deepened #DGFattoInCasa reveals the power of craft and creativity to articulate love, closeness and care – all rooted in the homemade artisan DNA of Made in Italy. The heart of our story is in the home, presented as an ancient Italian “casa bottega” – “workshop” – in which tradition dictated that the magic of Fatto a Mano (handmade craft) was intimately intertwined with the warmth of family life. Dolce&Gabbana artisans and friends of the house will hold a series of digital workshops in which they invite us into their homes to share their skills and expertise, and to pass on ideas and suggestions for projects for you and your loved ones to Fatto in Casa. As well as sharing the connecting force of handmade craft in the Italian tradition, #DGFattoInCasa fund raising project supports Fondazione Humanitas Per La Ricerca and it’s an extension of Dolce&Gabbana’s ongoing "Amore For Scientific Research" project with @Humanitas.University. Founded in February with a significant financial contribution from the house, this project supports the vital research coordinated by Prof. Mantovani to clarify the responses of the human immune system to Covid-19. #DGFattoInCasa is presented in partnership with For Funding by @intesasanpaolo Bank. For Funding is a crowdfunding platform for non-governmental and nonprofit 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. Take your part and contribute to the fund raising at the link bio. #DolceGabbana

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Además de compartir la fuerza de conexión que tienen las tradiciones artesanales italianas, la iniciativa #DGFattoInCasa es parte de un proyecto que Dolce&Gabbana inició en febrero con Humanitas University Research, llamado Amore para la investigación científica, dirigido por el profesor Mantovani para entender la respuesta del sistema inmune a la enfermedad.

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#DGFattoInCasa: Knitting session with Elisa. Tomorrow you can discover Elisa’s story, founded in tradition and dedication. The craft of knitting is an art that she learned from an early age, watching the hands of her grandmother, who weaved yarns with the patient rhythm of her knitting needles. Dolce&Gabbana unveils a new project named #DGFattoInCasa – “Made at Home” – that explores the shared experience of lockdown that has united us all. In a time when our values have slowed, shifted and deepened #DGFattoInCasa reveals the power of craft and creativity to articulate love, closeness and care – all rooted in the homemade artisan DNA of Made in Italy. As well as sharing the connecting force of handmade craft in the Italian tradition, #DGFattoInCasa fund raising project supports Fondazione Humanitas Per La Ricerca and it’s an extension of Dolce&Gabbana’s ongoing Amore For Scientific Research project with @humanitas.university. #DGFattoInCasa is presented in partnership with For Funding by @intesasanpaolo Bank. Take your part and support the fund raising at link in bio. #DolceGabbana

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A través de los talleres digitales, Dolce&Gabbana pedirá a los participantes que donen a la causa que apoya a la Fundación Humanitas para la Investigación. Las donaciones se harán por medio de la plataforma de financiación colectiva For Funding de Intesa San Paolo Bank, que garantiza que todos los fondos serán destinados a encontrar la vacuna contra el virus.

“Gracias al apoyo de Dolce & Gabbana, la investigación en Humanitas seguirá enfocándose en las células con inmunidad innata y en algunas de sus moléculas que se comportan como ancestros funcionales de los anticuerpos. Una mejor comprensión de este campo facilitará el camino a las intervenciones de diagnóstico, como los biomarcadores de gravedad de la enfermedad, y enfoques terapéuticos, contribuyendo así a la solución del problema global”, aseguró el profesor Alberto Mantovani de la Universidad Humanitas.

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