The new Hugo Boss man
Women are defined by the XX chromosome pair while men have an XY genetic pair. However, these two beings are complementary and continually feed off their differences. Also, it is precisely from this that the Hugo Boss house was inspired to form a duo of perfumes. Focus on the most masculine of them named, logically, Hugo XY.
The new Hugo Boss man
If Hugo Boss chose to name his perfume Hugo XY, it is quite simply because it seems to have matured considerably over time. More ambitious and more masculine than ever, he seems to have abandoned his many years of celibacy in favor of a more stable life, surrounded by a woman who seems to be a perfect echo. However, don’t get me wrong, Hugo XY has retained its irreverence of yesteryear. It is simply accompanied by a more sensual and glamorous evolution. Thus, Hugo XY delivers us new codes of seduction. It is a very harmonious fragrance that goes wildly with its female counterpart. Thus, this duo of fragrances forms a balanced couple and promotes exchanges between the sexes. However, if the complementarity of these two juices is surprising, it is also because they are very different. Thus, this duo embodies the idea that we have of a flirtatious affair between seduction and rivalry. Hugo XX and Hugo XY are two very fusional fragrances that lead us into a resolutely modern relationship, following no logic except that of instinct.
Hugo XY and its classic accord revisited
Hugo XY is a perfume that was developed by Daphné Bugey. This takes the form of an aromatic fern, a particularly classic accord in men’s perfumery. However, it is here reinterpreted in a more contemporary way. The whole is built around a chilling combination of mint leaves and more aromatic tones of basil. Likewise, a concentrate of crushed ice also completes this freshness that is already well established. The whole is then softened by the juicy and green presence of the pear while citrus fruits also appear. Bergamot and lemon then make the whole more citrusy. Finally, Hugo XY ends with more virility and sensuality. It highlights the cedar of Lebanon and patchouli for a wilder and intensely masculine look. On the bottle side, it adopts a very stylish look. Hugo XY is like a very urban spray paint. This is the perfect echo of its female counterpart. If the latter was created in amber tones, Hugo XY is available around gray and black. Thus, its metal cap recalls the gun barrel color of its juice for a rendering that is both sober and masculine.