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Vittorio Missoni's Bag Was Found on a Caribbean Island

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A bag belonging to missing fashion mogul Vittorio Missoni has been found, WWD is reporting. The CEO of the Missoni family business went missing along with several friends while en route via private plane to Caracas, Venezuela in early January.

The bag was found on the island of Bonaire, which is between Los Roques, where Missoni's plane took off, and Curaçao, where another piece of luggage that was on board Missoni's plane was found two weeks ago. Details on who found the bag labeled with Missoni's tags, how the family was contacted, and how the search crews are responding are not known.
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