D.G. Clothes Project – Temporary shop

D.G.Clothes Project, Criminal Collection, Diana Lowenstein Gallery, Miami, 2013 MCP_0054

During the Miart week, opens the first temporary shop of the D.G. Clothes Project, the art-applied-to-fashion project founded in 2004 in Berlin. The temporary shop will open on Wednesday 11 April (opening from 6 pm to 9 pm) in via Ventura, 6, where the new unique pieces will be presented, such as: t-shirts, sculpture shoes, business card holders and shopper bags.

Opening time
Opening on Wednesday 11 April from 6 to 9 pm, free entry
MIART Week – from 12 to 14 April 2018: from 12 to 19:30, free entry
Fuorisalone week – from 17 to 21 April, from 15 to 19:30, free entry
Week from 24 to 28 April from 12 to 19:30, free entry * except early closure due to the exhaustion of unique piece

 

When


Starts: 11 April 2018
Ends: 28 April 2018

Where


D.G. Clothes Project – Temporary shop
via Ventura 6, Milan

Information


mostre@studiolacitta.it

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