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The Gammarelli tailor shop has been specializing in ecclesiastical clothes since 1786.

The Gammarellis are usually commissioned to provide new papal clothes on the day of the funeral of the previous pope.
All clothes are meticulously hand-made using the purest yarns sourced from long-time suppliers in Italy.
Papal clothes have been fairly consistent in style for the past 200 years.
The current pope has made headlines for his more simple sartorial style. The Gammarellis are ready to keep up with an evolving trend among ecclesiastics.
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