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Carlyle Group Hopes Filthy Footwear Could Fetch a Pretty Penny

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Grunge is back, and it carries a hefty price tag. Luxury brand Golden Goose, purveyor of the world’s most expensive dirty sneaker, is reportedly up for sale. Washington, D.C.-based Carlyle Group LP, which owns Golden Goose, is considering selling the Italian company—and it may fetch more than $1.1 billion. Bloomberg reported last week that the…

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