Costum din stofă fină de lână de grosime medie pepit, gri. Se închide în față cu un nasture și un alt nasture pe interior. Ornamentat frontal cu șase nasturi. Două buzunare naterioare, cu clapetă. Pantalonii se închid în față cu nasture, clemă metalică și fermoar. Două buzunare laterale. Găici pentru curea. Sacoul este căptușit cu satin gri. Un buyzunar pe piept. Umeri falși de dimensiuni medii, încorporați. Manșetă cu trei nasturi. Articol original.
Măsuri: sacou: gât - 94, bust - 106, talie - 100, lungime - 80, lungime mânecă - 63. Pantaloni: talie - 92, șold - 112, lungime crac exterior - 108, lungime crac interior - 80, deschidere jos - 21. Echivalare: L.
Brand: Hugo Boss / Italia.
In 1924, Hugo Boss started his 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 ("Förderndes 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 theNational 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. It is certain that he supplied them no later than 1934. 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. To meet demand in later years of the war, Boss used an estimated 30 to 40 prisoners of war and 150 forced labourers, from the Baltic States, Belgium, France, Italy, Austria, Poland, Czechoslovakia, and the Soviet Union. According to German historian Henning Kober, the company managers were avowed 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." (Sursa: Wikipedia)