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Gareth Pugh's New Film: Florentine Opulence & Religious Iconography

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For his Italian debut at Pitti Immagine #79 (the trade show), designer Gareth Pugh worked with filmmaker Ruth Hogben to create this short film, above, which captures the inspirations—appropriately: religious iconography and Florentine opulence—behind his most recent collection.
· Gareth Pugh Pitti 2011, film by Ruth Hogben [YouTube]