MILAN — A year after the small aircraft YV2615 BN-2A Islander that carried Vittorio Missoni, his life partner Maurizia Castiglioni and their friends Elda Scalvenzi and Guido Foresti disappeared into the Venezuelan waters off the Los Roques archipelago, the body of the fashion executive has still not been identified.
The Missoni house on Friday issued a statement saying that “the laboratory analysis on the biological findings recovered during the early submarine searches that took place the week of Oct. 15 and during the recovery of part of the cabin on Nov. 25 off Los Roques was brought solely for the identification of Maurizia Castiglioni and of the two Venezuelan pilots Hernan Jose Marchan and Juan Carlos Ferrer Milano.” The statement continued, underscoring that “until today, no biological findings have been recovered” that would allow for the identification of the bodies of Missoni, Foresti or Scalvenzi.
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