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THE FIRST HUGO BOSS MONO-BRAND STORE IN CROATIA OPENS IN MALL OF SPLIT

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Hugo Boss, German luxury fashion brand, opened its first mono-brand store in Croatia in Mall of Split, on the 30th of August.

The new store is positioned on the upper ground floor of the shopping center and consists of 350 sq m, offering a wide selection of high-quality women’s and men’s clothing, footwear and complementary accessories.

The German-based Hugo Boss Group is one of the leading companies in the upper premium segment of the global apparel market. The company develops and sells luxury fashion and accessories under the BOSS and HUGO brands. Its offering includes classic yet modern evening wear, casual wear, shoes, and leather accessories, as well as licensed products such as fragrances, eyewear, and watches.

Founded in 1924, Hugo Boss is currently present in 127 countries worldwide, employing 14,000 people. Most of its partner factories are located in Eastern Europe and Asia, whereas its own production facilities are based at four sites in Europe: Izmir (Turkey), Mezingen (Germany), Morrovalle (Italy) and Radom (Poland). Additionally, Hugo Boss also operates a competence center in Coldrerio (Switzerland), which is responsible for the innovation and development activities across multiple product categories.

In the fiscal year 2017, the Hugo Boss Group achieved sales of 2.7 billion EUR.

The new arrival complements the existing fashion offer of Mall of Split, which houses an array of local and international brand names, including Guess, Pepe Jeans, Timberland, Napapijri, Banana Republic, Tommy Hilfiger, Mango, Krona, Carpisa, GAP, United Colors of Benetton and many others.

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