News & Analysis
16 March 2019
16 March 2019 • By Bloomberg
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The designer's Autumn/Winter 2018 show will be his last collection for the German house, which is shifting focus away from its womenswear business.
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Hugo Boss’ underlying challenges run far deeper than anything a runway collection can salve, but new chief brand officer Ingo Wilts must do his part to better delineate what Boss means.
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