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Gucci's Lost Luggage

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Well done US Airways, you've gone and lost Giorgio Gucci's luggage and family heirlooms. Page Six reports: "The impeccably dressed Italian's luggage was lost by US Airways on a flight from Madrid to Philadelphia on Monday. Giorgio—whose grandfather Guccio founded the House of Gucci in 1905—had to scramble to find something to wear before his speech on Capitol Hill against counterfeit goods. A source told us: 'The luggage contained over $50,000 worth of vintage Gucci bags—one made by his grandfather for his mother—custom-made clothing and hundreds of family photos that were going to be used in an upcoming documentary on his life.'" [P6]