From WWD, where you can read much more on the story:

Thanks to rapper Jason “IDK” Mills and nonprofit No Label, 25 students from diverse backgrounds who’ve earned a spot in an innovative educational course under No Label Academy are going to be dressed in Dior.

It’s a new kind of linkup for the fashion house and new kind of class for the Ivy League campus: With No Label Academy, IDK has created a new definition of higher education, one that’s focused more on a higher purpose and less on the traditional tenets of classroom teaching.

“Basically, I saw what I thought was a hole in the education system that didn’t really serve people who come from a different background,” IDK told WWD. After his own stint in prison, he said he learned what he needed to know to be successful in the music business and felt it was something he could teach others.

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