Rome: Gammarelli / by Justin Merriman

 A priest stands in the doorway of Gammarelli's tailor shop.
Lorenzo Gammarelli, 40, stands in his tailor shop, Gammarelli, which his family has owned since 1798. The shop that sits off of a small piazza near the Pantheon, has made the traditional papal cassocks starting with Pope Pius XI in 1922 and the 6 following pontiffs thereafter, according to records. When asked if he ever tried on the papal garments, Lorenzo laughed and said: “I was tempted, but I didn’t.” To find out more about this story read Betsy Hiel's reporting in the