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Studio 54

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Original Studio 54 VIP Admission Pass (1977)                                                                                                                                                                                 More

STUDIO 54 (1977-1986 New York Nightclub) Original Studio 54 VIP Admission Pass with Photographs. Venue: Studio 54, New York, New York. Artist: Gilbert Lesser.

9 Vogue Editors Reveal Their ’70s Dance Goddess Inspiration | Vogue

After last night’s premiere of HBO’s new series Vinyl, we asked nine Vogue editors which ’70s icons they channel when hitting the dance floor. Glitter required!

Grace Jones devant son restaurant La Vie en Rose en janvier 1987. TU CRAINS SUR LE CHAMP DE NE SURVIVRE NI À CE TROMBLON, NI À SA CUISINE...

Diana Ross, Bianca Jagger, Grace Jones, Jerry Hall, Kate Moss… En plus d’avoir participé aux plus belles fêtes de ces quatre dernières décennies, ces party girls ont su se hisser au firmament des icônes de mode. Alors que les fêtes de fin d’année approchent à grand pas, voici l’occasion de revenir en images sur leurs plus beaux looks de soirée, aperçus au club 54 à New York, au Palace à Paris ou encore au Byblos à Saint-Tropez. De quoi trouver de l’inspiration.

Studio 54: A Story Of Decadence, Debauchery, And Dancing - The sound was by Richard Long, who did most of the gay discos in town. We had huge bass speakers on the floor so you could actually feel the music, and tweeter arrays hanging from the ceiling. The idea was to constantly assault the senses. For our logo, we went to the graphic designer of Time magazine, Gil Lesser, who had done the award-winning poster for Equus.

Studio 54 has gone down in history as the ultimate nightclub, a place where everyone who was anyone went to get down, boogie, and be seen. For 33 short months the club was the height of cool in Manhattan, with club goers who managed to get past the velvet rope falling into a deluge of drugs and debauchery.