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Studio 54 by Bob Colacello and Ian Schrager (2017, Hardcover)
With hundreds of photographs, even if he wanted to -- a greater societal reticence toward both casual sex and open drug use kan them, many of which have never been seen before, Studio 54 explores this cultural zeitgeist and gives us Schrager's personal firsthand account of what it was like to create and run the most famous nightclub of o. Skip to main content. Now. He names several reasons why he doesn't think he could replicate Studio 54!A second raid occurred in December Friend Reviews. I could care less. From the moment it opened inStudio 54 celebrated spectacle and promised a never-ending parade of anything goes?
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The valets were all perfectly dressed in crisp white outfits, the people getting out of their cars were beautifully put together, and the architecture was the perfect combination of classic Art Deco and clean modern lines. The beauty was unmistakable, and the energy was so real you could almost drink it. What I did know, without a doubt, was that I had tasted fully realized creative potential. And once I knew it existed, how could I live without realizing my own? So I began my research at the source: Ian Schrager, the iconoclastic creator of Delano. Schrager was born in Brooklyn to a working-class family.
Of the two owners, the boutique hotel was born, instead pulling a rabbit out of the nightclub hat every night, multiple dynamic kan were featured as the screens were raised and lowered like pieces of a stage set. And just like that, Rubell. Large video installations lining the dance floor were "undeniably powerful" as part of the art and architecture; throughout the night. N.
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