The Prince Estate has announced a collaboration with Paris Saint-Germain (PSG) football club, releasing a brand new kit and 7” vinyl in honour of the late singer.
Prince, who had a strong affinity for Paris, played his last ever show in the French city back in 2014 before his untimely death. The exclusive vinyl, due to be released via Paris Saint-Germain and Warner Records, will feature an unreleased live version of Prince’s ‘Cool’ recorded at the final show.
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The drop will also come alongside two new pieces of clothing: official 2020-2021 PSG (fourth kit) and a ‘Prince of the Parc’ streetwear collection comprising of t-shirts, hoodies, crewnecks and hats.
In a statement, Paris Saint-Germain announced: “The enigmatic icon kept an apartment in Paris for many years and performed countless concerts in the French capital starting in the mid-1980s, including pop-up club shows, late-night afterparties, and a historic June 16, 1990 performance at the Parc des Princes, the home of Paris Saint-Germain.”
The football jerseys feature Prince’s characteristic symbol on the front, each individually hand-dyed in purple and pink silk lining. The kit capsule will also include joggers, hoodies and a leather bucket hat all embellished with Prince’s signature symbol.
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“The Prince Estate passionately presents Prince's life and work and cultivates opportunities to further his legacy. As the singular, authoritative source on all things Prince, The Prince Estate inspires and educates fans, celebrates Prince in his totality, and stewards Prince's legacy into the future,” stated The Prince Estate.
Apparel collections will be available to buy on May 24. Get the exclusive vinyl here.
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