Hugo Boss, founded by Hugo Ferdinand Boss in 1924, is a group specializing in the fashion and ready-to-wear industry, with its French headquarters based in Paris. The German company, which produces over thirty million items annually and generated a revenue of 2.57 billion euros in 2014, began by creating basic pieces such as workwear, shirts, home linens, and windbreakers. It wasn’t until the 1960s that the brand diversified into crafting high and medium-range suits, establishing its presence in the formalwear market. Despite changes in leadership, Hugo Boss successfully expanded globally and enlisted influential ambassadors like Sylvester Stallone, Michael Jackson, Cameron Diaz, and Drew Barrymore, contributing to the brand’s popularity. In the 1980s, Hugo Boss expanded its offerings to include leisurewear, accessories, and fragrances, featuring numerous brands for people of all ages, both men and women.