Studio 54 might be gone, but it’s not forgotten. Ian Schrager, one of the co-founders of the iconic 1970’s New York City nightclub, has curated and published a new book of photos from club’s heyday.
Studio 54, now available to purchase through Amazon, includes so much more than just photos, with building plans, press releases from Schrager’s personal scrapbooks, guest lists, invites, tickets, and pull-quotes from famous former patrons including Karl Lagerfeld, Andre Leon Talley, Diane Von Furstenberg, David Geffen, and Alec Baldwin, who once worked as a waiter at the club.
Essential for anyone nostalgic for 1970’s New York City and its glamorously extravagant party culture, this photo book is perfect for collectors, coffee tables, and cool cats who feel like they were born in the wrong decade.
Studio 54 co-founders Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell. | Image via Photofest
Image via Neal Slavin
A ballet of mopeds | Image via Sonia Moskowitz
Liza and Vincente Minnelli | Image via Dustin Pittman
Mikhail Baryshnikov, Bianca and Mick Jagger | Image via Rose Hartman
Truman Capote and Yul Brynner at an Academy Awards party, 1978. | Image via Adam Scull
Michael Jackson, October 25, 1977 | Image via Adam Scull
Featured Image Via the Daily Mail.