This inspired Guccio to return to his hometown in 1902 and work for a leather luggage maker, Franzi.
It was also in the post-war years when Gucci started using pigskin, a house material which was introduced by Aldo Gucci, to make bags.
In his final years, he lived near , in ,.
The company would expand its footprint across the globe in later years.
Gucci remains part of Kering to this day.
While Gucci stores continued to open across the world, the house also continued expanding its product range.