ITALY: Fashion Industry Disgusted By 'Nazi' Design
The audience at Rome's Fashion Circus show were appalled by one designer's use of the swastika - a Nazi symbol - as a theme for his new collection. The usually unshockable fashion world hit out at Francesco Babaro and his misplaced attempt to gain publicity. One fashion director, Ollie Picton-Jones, said it was unbelievable anyone in the industry could think such a ploy would garner any support.
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