The latest Boss Orange collection was designed with an urban setting in mind. Inspired by vintage denim and workwear from the 1950s, the contemporary collection tackles the feat of making the denim ensemble relevant. Often a fashion miss, the collection delivers a pill that is hard to swallow, but is smart enough to break down… [Read More]
Hugo Boss - German Fashion House
Hugo Boss is a German fashion brand, which was founded in 1924 by designer Hugo Boss. Originally, the company was a supplier for Nazi Party organizations. Following World War II, the label turned its attention to work uniforms.
By 1960, Hugo Boss evolved and became known for its ready to wear suits. Taking the global market by storm, in 1984, the brand introduced the first of many popular fragrances under the name BOSS.
The German fashion house includes many brands, which are available at various price points. In addition to Hugo Boss, the labels are BOSS, BOSS Orange, BOSS Green, and HUGO.
Creative Director Bruno Pieters’ latest outing for Hugo by Hugo Boss is inspired by the work of German artist Wolfgang Uhlig. Moved by Uhlig’s work with the contrasting natures of architecture and the natural, Pieters sought to explore this in Hugo’s spring collection. Taking to a sleek predominantly black and white color palette, Pieters’ collection… [Read More]
Lars Burmeister and Julia Stegner photographed by Craig McDean for the Hugo Boss Black spring 2005 campaign
Boyd Holbrook proves that he still has the it factor by landing the fall 2009 campaign for Hugo Boss Orange. His female counterpart for the campaign is none other than Anne Vyalitsyna, who he previously crossed paths with for February’s steamy i-D shoot.
Lars Burmeister for Hugo Boss Black [Models]