French super team Paris Saint-Germain have announced a partnership with the Prince Estate, including never before released tracks.
Paris Saint-Germain are one of the most fashionable and stylish soccer team out there. They are known for their many collabs with fashion and lifestyle brands. Now, they are partnering to release an exclusive capsule collection with the Prince Estate to pay homage to the legendary late musician.
The PSG x Prince collection includes a 7″ vinyl that features Prince’s hit song “Partyman” and an unreleased live version of “Cool” from the transcendent artist’s last performance in Paris in 2014. The vinyl is pressed on collectible purple vinyl at MPO in France as a nod to “The Purple One.” It is currently available at PSG’s Paris Megastore and online at PSG.fr and Prince.com.
The collab also includes two apparel capsules that were designed in collaboration with Prince associate Trevor Guy and the Prince’s personal designers Cathy Robinson and Lori Marcuz. There is an official 2020-21 PSG fourth kit that boats Prince’s signature symbol with gold and metallic hand-sewn leather overlays. The rest of the collection also includes multi-layered neoprene jogger sets and Italian leather bucket hats. The collection is hand-crafted in Toronto and pays tribute to the clothing Prince wore between 2011 and 2016.
The second exclusive collection, dubbed “Prince of the Parc” (note: Paris Saint-Germain’s home stadium is called Parc des Princes) is also based on the Jordan brand PSG fourth kit. It includes several hoodies, crewnecks, hats, and T-shirts. This second collection will only be available in limited quantities at official PSG stores in the US and Japan.
Both clothing collections will be available beginning May 24.
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