FRANKFURT, Germany — German fashion house Hugo Boss has abandoned its 2015 profit target, joining the ranks of luxury goods companies warning of slowing sales growth in China.
FRANKFURT, Germany — Hugo Boss AG, the German luxury clothing-maker, reported earnings that missed analysts estimates as a difficult market environment in China and a weakening wholesale business offset higher retail sales.
In the wake of Rana Plaza, it’s clear that voluntary self-inspection of garment factories by brands and retailers is not enough to avoid terrible human tragedy. Workplace health and safety standards must be set and enforced by the workers themselves, argues Tansy E Hoskins.
FRANKFURT, Germany — German fashion house Hugo Boss said tight stock management and fewer discounts drove up profits and that shoppers in the United States helped offset a still-challenging market in mainland China.
FRANKFURT, Germany — Hugo Boss AG reported second-quarter earnings that beat estimates, with the gross margin improving, after the German luxury-clothing maker opened more stores.
FRANKFURT, Germany — German fashion house Hugo Boss
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Following a flurry of high profile announcements, BoF’s editor-in-chief, Imran Amed, muses on the enduring importance of the creative director.
NEW YORK, United States — Jason Wu is set to take up the newly created position of Artistic Director for Hugo Boss' BOSS womenswear line, effective June 15, the company said in a statement. The 30-year-old, Taiwan-born designer, who founded his eponymous, New York-based label in 2007, will assume responsibility for all product and image-related components of Hugo Boss’ primary women's ready-to-wear and accessory lines.
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METZINGEN, Germany — Hugo Boss AG said first-quarter operating profit fell 11 percent as the German luxury-clothing maker changed its collection cycle and economic conditions remained difficult in Europe.
METZINGEN, Germany — Hugo Boss AG, the German luxury- clothing maker controlled by buyout firm Permira Advisers LLP, forecast operating profit will rise this year after it expanded its store network by a third in 2012.
New York’s Grimy Garment District Hatches Designers’ Dreams (NPR) “A recent survey found that 47 percent of New York’s designers say they have their samples — prototypes of what you eventually see in stores — made in the Garment District. According to a 2012 report published by the Design Trust for Public Space, apparel production is the largest manufacturing division in New York City. It provides 24,000