NEW YORK — Hugo Boss' 4,037-square-foot store opening in the Meatpacking District in August represents a new retail concept for the brand: eight collections for men and women under the same roof.
The unit at 401 West 14th Street and a 9,075-square-foot store to open in June near Broadway and Prince Street in SoHo are intended to replace the 22,000-square-foot Hugo Boss Fifth Avenue flagship that closed in December.
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