Early life. [7] This is the year he became a Reichszeugmeisterei-licensed supplier of uniforms to the Sturmabteilung (SA), Schutzstaffel, Hitler Youth, National Socialist Motor Corps, and other party organizations. A partnership with the Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation was launched in 1995, resulting in the Hugo Boss Prize, an annual $100,000 stipend in modern arts presented since 1996. Roku 1948 zemřel, firma se však udržela na trhu a specializuje se na výrobu pánských oděvů. [13] In June 2013, Jason Wu was named artistic director of Boss Womenswear. Originating in Metzingen and still based there today, the company offers multiple lines of fashions and accessories under the core brands Hugo and Boss. [6], That same year, Hugo Boss became a member of the Nazi Party, receiving the membership number 508 889, and a sponsoring member ("Förderndes Mitglied") of the Schutzstaffel (SS).

V roce 1991 textilní skupina Marzotto získala za 165 milionů dolarů 77,5% akcií.[zdroj?
Diese Seite wurde zuletzt am 1. Hugo Boss se stává synonymem pro pečlivé a kvalitní zpracování materiálů a celkovou eleganci. Later that year, the company was bought by a Japanese group. Hugo Ferdinand Boss (8 July 1885 – 9 August 1948)[citation needed] was a German fashion designer and businessman.
[citation needed], Boss founded his own clothing company in Metzingen in 1923 and then opened a factory in 1924, initially with two partners. This helped the company gain the required growth for listing on the Frankfurt Stock Exchange the following year. In de jaren dat de nationaalsocialisten in Duitsland aan de macht waren, vervaardigde het uniformen voor de SA, SS, Wehrmacht en Hitlerjugend.Na de oorlog kregen zij hiervoor een boete van 100.000 mark. [7] Though he claimed in a 1934–35 advertisement that he had been a "supplier for National Socialist uniforms since 1924", it is probable that he did not begin to supply them until 1928 at the earliest. V současnosti provozuje Hugo Boss nejméně 6 100 prodejních míst ve 110 zemích světa.[zdroj?] Due to the economic climate of Germany at the time, Boss was forced into bankruptcy. Since the day of the accident Hugo Boss has done all it can, first to acknowledge those failings, to express genuine, heartfelt remorse and also demonstrate a determination to put things right and ensure there cannot be a repeat of what went wrong. Po skončení druhé světové války musel Hugo Boss zaplatit vysokou pokutu. In 1970, the first Boss branded suits were produced, with the brand becoming a registered trademark in 1977. Hugo Boss AG directly owns over 364 shops, 537 monobrand shops, and over 1,000 franchise-owned shops. After World War II, the denazification process saw Boss initially labeled as an "activist, supporter and beneficiary" of National Socialism, which resulted in a heavy fine, also stripping him of his voting rights and of his capacity to run a business. Hugo Boss AG on Saksassa kotipaikkaansa pitävä vaatetusalan yritys.