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We dedicate this strap to Motown's "Hitsville U.S.A." recording studio, opened by Berry Gordy in 1959, on West Grand Boulevard in Detroit, Michigan. The once photography studio, turned Hitsville headquarters, stayed open 22 hours a day and was home to many influential Detroit artists like Donna Summers and The Supremes, The Four Tops, Martha and the Vandellas, The Temptations, and more.
Made with reclaimed vintage fabric in a salmon-hued satin, this strap will stand the test of time. We combined these beautifully designed textiles with classic leather end-tabs and rivets. Finished with a soft cotton backing and strong, durable hardware. 2” wide / adjusts up to 65” long.
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