The creative oasis across the bay that inspired our Spring Archive collection.
"A hidden creative oasis."
Think of the most legendary musicians from the '70s odds are they recorded at this studio. We're talkin' Stevie Wonder, Bob Marley, Fleetwood Mac, Sly and the Family Stone, and so many more.
"It was all about a big party, that's why the studio was built."
Founded in '72, The Record Plant was a creative oasis, complete with psychedelic murals, hot tubs, silk soundproofing, and even a "powder" room.
"This place changed the music game forever. Hands down."
Let's just say no boring music came out of The Record Plant. Prince recorded his debut album, the Grateful Dead launched their own record label, and that little-known album Rumors was recorded by Fleetwood Mac.
The Record Plant Today
The craziest part? It's all still there. This wild, lawless, insanely creative place inspired our
new spring collection, and we were lucky enough to photograph it there.
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