Boss  Hugo Boss Bottled Tonic Eau de Toilette for Men 3.3  Tester

Boss Hugo Boss Bottled Tonic Eau de Toilette for Men 3.3 oz

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Boss  Hugo Boss Bottled Tonic Eau de Toilette for Men 3.3  / 100 ml 

This invigorating fragrance embodies the essence of those unique moments of clarity that give you the tranquility and strength to reorganize your thoughts and to start out again refreshed. Sophisticated citrus essences and bold wood notes combine to create a refreshing composition that simultaneously endows the characteristic men's fragrance with greater lightness and strength.

Boss  Hugo Boss Bottled Tonic Eau de Toilette for Men 3.3  / 100 ml 

This invigorating fragrance embodies the essence of those unique moments of clarity that give you the tranquility and strength to reorganize your thoughts and to start out again refreshed. Sophisticated citrus essences and bold wood notes combine to create a refreshing composition that simultaneously endows the characteristic men's fragrance with greater lightness and strength.

About the Brand Hugo Boss

Hugo Boss AG, often styled as BOSS, is a German luxury fashion house. It was founded in 1924 by Hugo Boss and is headquartered in Metzingen, Germany. Originally focusing on uniforms, it was a supplier for Nazi German Armed Forces and its related organizations during World War II. After the war and the founder's death in 1948, Hugo Boss started to turn its focus from uniforms to men's suits. The company went public in 1985 and introduced a fragrance line that same year, added mens and womenswear diffusion lines in 1997, a full women's collection in 2000 as well as children's clothing in 2008/2009, and has since evolved into a major global fashion house with more than 1,100 company-owned retail stores worldwide (2016).

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.

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