A territorial partnership
Dolce&Gabbana picked the Castle for Milan Design Week after Countess Elisabetta De Rege Provana bequeathed it to FAI – Fondo per l’Ambiente Italiano (The National Trust for Italy) – to encourage the enhancement of Italy’s historical, artistic and landscape heritage. The brand, which has long acknowledged and promoted the brilliance of Italian craftmanship as well as the cultural and architectural splendor of the area, personalised one of the Castle’s principal chambers with the Blu Mediterraneo print.
Indeed, Dolce&Gabbana entered into a partnership with FAI in 2023 with the aim of defending values like Italianness, culture, tradition, education, and beauty, demonstrating the company’s significant ties to the Italian territory.
During Milan Design Week, Dolce&Gabbana celebrated this new collaboration with spectacular window displays throughout the city’s stores, displaying a few exclusively created pieces for the Virtual Room located in the Dolce&Gabbana Casa store in Corso Venezia 7. Amongst them is precisely, the Castello della Manta.