The fashion heiress and her racer husband welcomed a little boy named Otto Hermann Amos on Sept. 7 in Sumirgao, Italy. Congrats to the happy couple!
Margherita Missoni and her race car driver husband Eugenio Amos welcomed their first child together, a little boy named Otto! Their son is named after Ottavio Missoni, Margherita’s grandfather and the iconic fashion brand’s founder, who died earlier in 2013.
Mere months after his eldest child went missing, the patriarch of the fashion house passed away at the age of 92.
Ottavio Missoni died on the morning of May 9 at 92. The brand released a statement, saying, “The Missoni Family announces that Ottavio Missoni passed away peacefully at home at the age of 92, surrounded by his Family.” Ottavio was in Sumirago, Italy at the time of his death. The sad news comes months after the family was rocked by the disappearance of Ottavio’s eldest son, Vittorio, and his wife, Maurizia Castiglioni.
The head of the Missoni fashion house is still missing — and a paranormal phenomenon similar to the Bermuda Triangle, known as ‘Los Roques Curse,’ may be to blame.
Chief administrator and heir to the Missoni fashion house Vittorio Missoni, 58, and his wife, Maurizia Castiglioni, are still missing, after their private plane vanished on Jan. 4. Another couple and two crew members were also aboard the twin-engine Britten Norman BN2 Islander at the time of the dissapearance. The six passengers were traveling from the resort islands of Los Roques to the Venezuelan capital of Caracas — and they disappeared in an area known as ‘Los Roques Curse,’ a phenomenon similar to the Bermuda Triangle. Since the ’90s, at least 15 aircrafts have crashed or gone missing in the 87-mile journey — with Missoni’s plane being the most recent to pass through the infamous area.