Hugo Boss

Hugo Boss

Hugo Boss Designer History:
Hugo Boss founded his enterprise in 1923 in Metzingen, Germany, just a couple of years after World War I ended, at the same time a big part of the country was basically destroyed economically. Prior to and throughout World War II, Hugo Boss's business created and produced outfits and clothing for the soldiers and officers of the Wehrmacht as well as for other government divisions of Nazi Germany, such as the SS. Hugo passed away in 1948. Two decades later, his grandsons Uwe and Jochen Holy, took control of the company. The brothers were smart business minds that transformed the company totally, driving it into a completely new, more appealing path, they entered the realm of men's wear.

These days, the BOSS style is manifested by four distinct and exclusively placed collections focusing on different demands. The enterprises apparel, footwear, fragrance collection and accessories are offered all over the globe in more than 100 nations and over 5,000 retail shops.

Hugo Boss Fragrance History:
Seven decades after its beginning and In 1993, they presented the first fragrance, and established a department that has ever since developed to be a significant piece of the company. Women’s perfumes comprise of Femme by Boss, Boss Intense and Boss Women perfumes. Men’s fragrances include the classic Boss Bottles cologne, as well as Boss in Motion, Boss Soul, Boss In Motion Limited Edition and Boss Selection. Furthermore we have the fragrance, labeled plainly, Hugo, focusing on a more youthful market and including cologne for gentlemen and perfume for ladies. Additional creations in the fragrance division involve Del Mar Baldessarini cologne by Hugo Boss, Hugo Dark Blue cologne, Hugo Deep Red perfume and the Boss Orange Collection

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