Vilebrequin was founded in St Tropez in 1971 by car racing journalist and adventurer, Fred Prysquel, after meeting a woman he desperately wanted to impress. Armed with a pair of scissors, he decided to create a bathing suit that would set him apart from his competitors on the beach. His starting point was the many textiles he had collected during his trips all over the world, especially the strikingly colorful, patterned fabrics he had found in Africa. For the cut he was inspired by the board shorts Californian surfers wore at the time. The look was comfortable and cool, and the results were immediate. 40 years later, the house has grown considerably and now includes lines for women and children, but has always stayed true to its origins.
Head off to Marbella with the aquatic print on these Vilebrequin Moorea men’s swim shorts. Launched in 1971, their original classic cut features two side pockets and a back pocket with Velcro fastening, cut out and applied by hand for flawless pattern matching. The elasticated waistband features a drawstring with stainless zamac tips.
- Made of 100% polyamide
- Elastic waistband and drawstring with zamac tips
- Two side pockets, one back pocket with Velcro flap and two back eyelets
- The Moorea is the original swimsuit of Vilebrequin since 1971
- Fast drying
- Machine washable
Color: Gooseberry Red w/ Blue