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July 2020

All aboard!





Elegant and classic, seafaring fashion has the wind in its sail. Twisted by touches of gold and colour, it takes on a new aura, more whimsical but still just as chic.


Through thick and thin.
A cap is a perfect choice to keep your hair in place and, above all, protect you from the sun's rays. Here in boat-print cotton, it also ensures you stay stylish.


Environmentally friendly.
Vilebrequin ultra-light, fold-away swim shorts come in all colours from sensible navy blue to lemon yellow, almond green and vibrant orange. Committed to an environmentally friendly approach to fashion, they are made with polyester yarn from recycling plastic waste recovered in the Mediterranean.


For a good cause.
The Superocean Heritage '57 Limited Edition, made in a limited run of 1,000 pieces, has arrived with rainbow-coloured indices on a black dial. A portion of the sales of the watch will be donated to charities that help frontline healthcare professionals.


For her.
The Chance Infinie Collection – bracelet, earrings, necklace and ring – illuminates tanned skin with its precious yellow gold transformations of the sailor’s knot, a motif dear to jewellery house Fred.


Feeling good.
These boat shoes are essential, timeless and are perfectly suited for sailing.

By Julie de los Rios


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