Dolce & Gabbana launch creativity 'pop up' school

The Italian fashion house launched the project in Paris, in collaboration with Parsons Paris
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This summer, Dolce & Gabbana teamed up with Parsons Paris, the European branch campus of New York City's Parsons School of Design.

Students at the leading art and design school were invited to depict the exterior of the building at 54 Avenue Montaigne, which will be home to the new Dolce & Gabbana boutique in the city. 

Paying homage to the French capital, high fashion - and of course Dolce & Gabbana the students depicted the building in black ink designs. The winning team recreated situations and environments. The prize for the winning design (pictured below) will also be projected on to the building leading up to its opening. 

“Parsons Paris was thrilled to work with the Chelsfield team and Dolce & Gabbana’s creative team on the design of a large hoarding for the facade of the flagship in Paris. This was a truly unique opportunity for students in the BFA Art, Media and Technology programme, allowing them to understand luxury branding through direct collaboration with a team of professionals, and to apply their learning to a real-world project,” said a spokesperson for Parsons Paris. 


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