Venezuelan authorities have dismissed reports that missing Vittorio Missoni
may have been kidnapped. A spokesman for the Interior Ministry yesterday clarified that they weren't treating the case as a possible kidnapping, despite the fact that the plane the fashion executive was travelling on went missing in a region synonymous with drug smuggling, reports WWD.
Angela Missoni, Vittorio's sister and the creative director of the family brand, has also released another statement in which she says the entire Missoni family have been "moved by the affection and help that we have had from the whole world."...
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