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Abans celebrates Hugo Boss and Porsche global partnership


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Abans, the authorised distributor in Sri Lanka for world-famous German fashion brand Hugo Boss, celebrated the BOSS x PORSCHE global partnership with a reception held recently at the Abans Hugo Boss boutique at Arcade Independence Square.

The reception, organised by Abans, was held during the German festival Oktoberfest and while guests were served with a fine array of German delicacies, there was a simultaneous presentation of the global collaboration between both German luxury brands.

The shared passion for racing and a fascination for perfect design and innovation was the inspiration for the creative minds at Hugo Boss to launch the BOSS X PORSCHE Capsule Collection. The collection’s standout features included premium leather and woven materials presented in the Hugo Boss and Porsche colours of silver, black and red.

The BOSS X PORSCHE Capsule Collection is now available at the Boss store at Arcade Independence Square, 30/1, Bauddhaloka Mawatha, Colombo-7.  


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