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Boss No. 6

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The latest Men's Fragrance from Hugo Boss is Boss No. 6. There is a confusion between boss no. 1 and boss no. 6. So keep in mind Boss and Boss No. 1 is the same.
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Boss No. 6 is a classical fragrance designed by Hugo Boss. Its primary notes include citrus fruits and apples. The core is balanced with a warm spicy middle note dominated by cinnamon, geranium and cloves. The end notes or the finishing notes is includes with dry spicy scents of vetiver, sandalwood, amber, cedarwood, olivewood and musk create a specific masculine dry down. Boss No. 6 is the encapsulation of BOSS in a fragrance. The size of edt tester is 100ml.

Additional Info

Name Boss No. 6
Brand Hugo Boss
Age Group Men
Condition New
Original Original - 100% Authentic
Package Type Brand New Tester Product
Size 3.3 oz / 100 ml
Product Type Tester

Boss No. 6 fragrance notes

  1. Top Notes
  • Apple, Bergamot, Cinnamon.
  1. Middle Notes
  • Tagete, Geranium, Clove.
    1. Base Notes
    • Cedarwood, Sandalwood, Vetiver, Olivewood.

About Hugo Boss

Hugo Boss

In 1924, Hugo Boss started a clothing company in Metzingen, a small town south of Stuttgart, where it is still based. Due to the economic climate of Germany at the time, Boss was forced into bankruptcy. In 1931, he reached an agreement with his creditors, leaving him with six sewing machines to start again. That same year, he became a member of the Nazi Party and a sponsoring member ("Forde.... Read more about Hugo Boss

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About the Brand

In 1924, Hugo Boss started a clothing company in Metzingen, a small town south of Stuttgart, where it is still based. Due to the economic climate of Germany at the time, Boss was forced into bankruptcy. In 1931, he reached an agreement with his creditors, leaving him with six sewing machines to start again. That same year, he became a member of the Nazi Party and a sponsoring member ("Forderndes Mitglied") of the Schutzstaffel (SS). With their help, his economic situation improved. He also joined the German Labour Front in 1936, the Reich Air Protection Association in 1939, and the National Socialist People's Welfare in 1941. After joining these organizations, his sales increased from 38,260 RM ($26,993 U.S. dollars in 1932) to over 3,300,000 RM in 1941. His profits also increased in the same time period from 5,000 RM to 241,000 RM. Though he claimed in a 1934-1935 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. This is the year he became an Reichszeugmeisterei-licensed (official) supplier of uniforms to the Sturmabteilung, Schutzstaffel, Hitler Youth, National Socialist Motor Corps, and other party organizations. For production in later years of the war, Hugo Boss used prisoners of war and forced labourers, from the Baltic States, Belgium, France, Italy, Austria, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and the Soviet Union.[2] According to German historian Henning Kober, the company managers were fervent Nazis who were all great admirers of Adolf Hitler. In 1945 Hugo Boss had a photograph in his apartment of him with Hitler, taken at Hitler's Obersalzberg retreat.

 

As a result of the ban on Boss being in business, Boss's son-in-law Eugen Holy took over ownership and running of the company. In 1950, after a period supplying work uniforms, the company received its first order for men's suits, resulting in an expansion to 150 employees by the end of the year. By 1960 the company was producing off-the-peg suits. In 1969, Eugen retired, leaving the company to his sons Jochen and Uwe, who began international development. In 1970, the first Boss branded suits were produced, with the brand becoming a registered trademark in 1977. This was followed by the start of the company's long association with motorsport, sponsoring Formula One driver Niki Lauda, and later the McLaren Racing team.In 2005, Marzotto spun off its fashion brands into the Valentino Fashion Group, which was then sold to Permira private equity group. In March 2015 Permira announced plans to sell the remaining shareholding of 12%. Since the Exit by Permira, 91% of the shares floated on the Börse Frankfurt and the residual 2% held by the company. 7% of the shares owns the Marzotto Family. Hugo Boss has at least 6,102 points of sale in 124 countries. Hugo Boss AG directly owns over 364 retail stores, 537 monobrand retail stores, and over 1,000 franchise-owned shops.

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