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About Boss Black

With top-quality tailoring and crisp, contemporary designs, Hugo Boss has been making people look stylish and sophisticated since its founding in 1923. BOSS Black is the iconic German fashion label’s core brand, with a broad range of workwear, sportswear, and elegant eveningwear to meet all the apparel needs of the modern man and woman. Slim-cut suits made of high-quality wool, classic printed dresses for women, and timeless footwear for both sexes are just some of BOSS Black’s many offerings. In addition to apparel for adults and children, the label includes licensed watches, fragrances, eyewear, and home décor.

Past Sales Featuring Boss Black

Sale Ended September 01, 2013

Dresses

Bid farewell to summer by scoring a closet’s worth of endlessly flattering dresses, from minis to maxi and everything in between.

Sale Ended November 19, 2012

Saturday Selects From Park & Bond

Each week, we bring you some of the very best of what’s on offer at our editorially driven brother site. From apparel to accessories to footwear, these in-season essentials are as versatile as they are stylish.

Sale Ended April 26, 2013

Polished Prep Feat. Faconnable

Preppy style is made for spring. From the lightweight fabrics to the sunny palette of hues, you can nail a perfectly polished (and totally timeless) look this season. Mix and match pleated linen skirts, crisp cotton jackets, and an assortment of pastel-hued button-downs (complete with checks, stripes, and clean white collars). Or step out in a flattering belted shirtdress, perfect for the work day and weekend brunches alike.

Sale Ended April 23, 2012

Polished, Classic Dressing

There's a time for black on black (. . . on black), but springtime is not that time! Inject some sunshine into your work wardrobe this season instead. Think citrus yellows, energetic pinks, of-the-moment corals, and other vibrant hues splashed onto cardigans, silk blouses, elegant dresses, and more. What's that saying about dressing for the job you want?