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First name : Guccio

🔯 Sun sign: Aries

🌍 Born in: Florence, Italy

Famous As: fashiondesigner

🎂 Birthday: March 26, 1881

Death date: January 2, 1953

Age: 72 years , 72 year Old Male

Spouse: Aida Gucci (m. 1901–1953)

Parents: Gabriello Gucci

Children: Aldo Gucci, Rodolfo Gucci, Vasco Gucci, Ugo Gucci, Grimalda Gucci, Enzo Gucci

Died: January 2, 1953, West Sussex, United Kingdom

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Guccio Gucci was born on March 26, 1881 (age 139 years) in Florence, Italy. He is a celebrated fashion designer. His fiancee is Aida Gucci (m. 1901–1953). The parents of Guccio Gucci are Gabriello Gucci. He has 6 children Aldo Gucci, Rodolfo Gucci, Vasco Gucci, Ugo Gucci, Grimalda Gucci, Enzo Gucci. He died on January 2, 1953, West Sussex, United Kingdom.
Guccio Gucci was a famous fashion designer from Florence, Italy, and the founder of the world-renowned fashion brand ˜Gucci.' His father was a humble leather craftsman. Guccio traveled to Paris and London to make a living. There, he was greatly influenced by the sophistication and style that he saw while working as a liftboy at the ˜Savoy Hotel.' He returned to Italy and started helping his father make saddles and leather travel bags. As the demand for saddles reduced, he ventured into making various other accessories to keep his business going. He founded ˜Gucci' as a family business and successfully combined the sophistication he had witnessed abroad with the craftsmanship of Italy. His brand became famous soon, and people from all over the world came to Florence to purchase items from him. He expanded his business to Rome and involved his sons in running the company. Even after his death, the business spread its wings and ˜Gucci' became a leading brand. The overall management of the firm was transferred to his son Rodolfo and then to his grandson Maurizio. The company soon became a public limited company. Ultimately, it became a fully public company. ˜Gucci' is now regarded as one of the world's most desirable luxury brands.

Before Fame

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He began his career making leather bags for horsemen.

Trivia

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He opened the flagship Gucci store in Milan in 1951.

Guccio Gucci Dead or Alive?

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As far as we know Guccio Gucci has died January 2, 1953 ( age 72)

Family life

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He had six children with his wife Aida Cavelli. His three sons also joined the company.

Associated with

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His bags were made famous when Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis wore one of them.

Facts About Guccio Gucci

● His fiancee is Aida Gucci (m. 1901–1953)
● The parents of Guccio Gucci are Gabriello Gucci
● He has 6 children Aldo Gucci, Rodolfo Gucci, Vasco Gucci, Ugo Gucci, Grimalda Gucci, Enzo Gucci
● He died on January 2, 1953, West Sussex, United Kingdom

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