I should have added that this will need to be an RCA-terminated cable, as the VPI turntable is equipped with its standard RCA junction box.
OK, so I have a bias toward Herron Audio equipment. But I've heard particularly sound using Heith Herron's audio cables. They run from my table (VPI Aries) through to the amps. IMO, Herron cables are very reasonably priced and perform quite well. Great detail and texture, smooth balance, very good micro dynamics, no compression. Used the cable successfully with an OC9 and Clavis da Capo.
That's just me. YMMV. But a call to Keith might be a good place to start.
Without knowing what you're currently using one can never be sure but I'm fairly confident the Furutech Ag-12 phono cable will provide all the above in spades for around $500 in an RCA-RCA form.
I have this cable (RCA-RCA) between my SUT and phono preamp and was super impressed with the huge improvement over other (non phono dedicated) interconnects I had around - which sounded grainy and opaque by comparison. Beautifully built too.