Hugo Boss’ New Omotesando Men’s Store

By The Savvy Team
December 13, 2013
Fashion

Tokyo's suave and stylish men now have a new shopping destination, right in the center of the action on Omotesando. At the end of November, the latest Tokyo outpost of German fashion brand Hugo Boss opened up in a very modern, eye-catching building designed by Japanese architect Norihiko Dan. The store is flanked by Tod's, Emporio Armani and Coach.

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While Hugo Boss does have a women’s line (check out the Roppongi Hills store for some well-selected pieces), the new Omotesando location is strictly for the guys. The brand is known for its suits, which are slim, tailored and made from some luxurious fabrics.

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From modern, fashion-forward colors and patterns in high-tech materials to classic black, gray and navy in wool or cashmere blends, there is literally a suit for every man. And if you’re looking for a truly personalized experience and the very best customer service, you can have your new threads fitted in the private VIP room.

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The basement floor of the store is dedicated to the Hugo line, which targets a younger customer with trendy styles such as motorcycle or varsity-inspired jackets and slim-fitting trousers.

The Deets

Address: 5-1-3 Jingumae, Shibuya-ku, Tokyo

Tel: 03-6418-9365

Open: Sun-Thu 11 a.m.-8 p.m.; Fri-Sat 11 a.m.-9 p.m.


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