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14 May 2024 - Collaborations

From the bustling streets of New York City to the sun-kissed shores of Saint-Tropez, the Blue Note Jazz Club x Vilebrequin collaboration seamlessly intertwines fashion and music. To kick off the summer season, Vilebrequin has collaborated with Blue Note Jazz Club ahead of their Jazz Festival and just in time for Father’s Day.

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To present the collaboration, performances from musicians will take place during the Cannes Film Festival on the 17th, 18th and 19th of May, at Vilebrequin La Plage in Cannes located on 64 Bd de la Croisette.

The centerpiece of this collaboration is a vibrant print that channels the vivacity and rhythm of the Blue Note Jazz Club onto a range of swimwear, ready to wear pieces and accessories. With Vilebrequin's storied history of art and music collaborations, including legendary partnerships with icons like the Rolling Stones, Queen, and the Beach Boys, joining forces with New York's most iconic jazz venue was a natural evolution.

“Blue note has been a staple of the New York music scene. I am a huge fan of the Blue Note clubs and it is an honor today to bring the spirit of jazz to our customers around the world” – Roland Herloy (CEO of Vilebrequin)

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Crafted from recycled polyamide, organic cotton, and linen, this collection showcases men’s swimwear, apparel, and unisex accessories. Comprising six iconic pieces, the collection includes men’s and boy’s swim trunks, linen shirt’s, a bucket hat, a tote bag, and a small pouch. The Blue Note Jazz Club x Vilebrequin collection will be available on and in several of Vilebrequin’s stores: Miami, Beverly Hills, Hawaii, New York, and Milan. It will be launching on June 1st, 2024, coinciding with the Blue Note New York Jazz Festival from June 1st - July 1st. 

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Since 1981, Blue Note has been a cultural institution in New York City and one of the premiere jazz clubs in the world. Owner and founder Danny Bensusan had a vision to create a jazz club in Greenwich Village that would treat deserving artists with respect, while allowing patrons to see the world’s finest jazz musicians in a close, comfortable setting.

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