6 edition of Studio 54 found in the catalog.
by Te Neues Publishing Company
Written in English
|Contributions||Anthony Haden-Guest (Editor), Domitilla Sartogo (Editor), Felice Quinto (Photographer)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||144|
Stu in its first and most newsworthy incarnation, lasted less than three years, from April to February And yet, decades later, it remains the standard by which all other Author: Ben Ratliff. Everyone has a story about Ian Schrager and Steve Rubell's Stu and in this long, entertaining and information-packed documentary, producer-director Matt Tyrnauer fits more of them into 99 Author: Rex Reed.
Studio 54 book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In , at the height of the disco craze, a club opened at West 54th Street /5. Nikki Haskell, an entrepreneur, raised in Beverly Hills, was the first to arrive at the Ap opening of Stu which remains the most mythologized opening party ever.. Haskell, who.
Back in , during Studio 54’s heyday, Schrager and his partner Steve Rubell were busted on felony tax evasion charges and sent to prison. . Fleischman is publishing a new book, Inside Studio 54 which will lay bare all the scandalous stories of the club’s history. Speaking to Page Six Fleischman said: “Ian (Schrager) painted a glossy picture of Stu but this is the real story. There were drugs all over the place – that’s what fueled : Jack Rear.
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Ian Schrager is an entrepreneur, hotelier, and real estate developer associated with the creation of boutique hotels. He gained fame as co-owner and cofounder, with Steve Rubell, of nightclub Studio 54 in and then the Palladium in Bob Colacello, a special correspondent for Vanity Fair, was the editor of Interview magazine for 12 years and is the author of several books, including /5().
The subject matter should be utterly fascinating, and you'd have to go some way to make Studio 54 seem dull, but this book manages it. It has no reportage qualities and you don't get the feeling that you are up close and personal with the patrons nor getting a taste of the atmosphere because the photos are so utterly artless and the book so comparatively slim when viewed alongside other books /5(27).
"To say that Studio 54 was the place to be, may in fact be the understatement of the last four decades. To celebrate the nightclub’s 40th anniversary this year, co-founder Ian Schrager looks back to the Studio’s history with a new coffee table book, out now, and an upcoming documentary to be released at the end of the year." —Refinerycom.
“My book is the true story about Stu” says Mark Fleischman, who bought the club from Schrager and Steve Rubell in when the original duo served time for tax evasion. Subtitled, Stu Disco and the Culture of the Night, this is a new edition of a previously published book, with a new introduction.
Although Studio 54 is central to the book, it is also about the nightlife of New York in the s and s generally/5. In a new book, Studio 54 co-founder Ian Schrager dives into the history of his infamous New York hotspot. The nightclub's wild parties, like this one on New Year's Evemade headlines around.
Studio 54 Outfits. #StyleIcons. Bianca Jagger‘s dresses with their plunging necklines, and high slits, tiny spaghetti straps, glitter, sequins, and 70s heels and fur – are staples studio 54 outfits have become IT looks for the 30 year old woman out to party.
Diane Von Furstenberg in her wrap dresses and fishnets with big hair and big heels. 54 - Best Love. 55 - Lovey Dovey. 56 - Free.
57 - Never Too Much. 58 - I'm In The Mood For Dancing. 59 - They Only Come Out At Night. 60 - Ooo La La La. 61 - More More More. 62 - Pipeline. 63 - It's Your Conscience. 64 - She's A Winner. 65 - Something's Jumpin' In Your Shirt. The other book, called Inside Stu is true to its title, taking us past the velvet rope, into the heat and sweat and coke and poppers of the dance floor where hundreds of bodies ground.
"To say that Studio 54 was the place to be, may in fact be the understatement of the last four decades. To celebrate the nightclub's 40th anniversary this year, co-founder Ian Schrager looks back to the Studio's history with a new coffee table book, out now, and an upcoming documentary to be released at the end of the year."--RefinerycomAuthor: Matthew Yokobosky.
Studio 54 was the best club to escape the first and experience the last two of them. This large book covers all aspects of the club. It even included it's floor plans, decorations and renovation.
I've quite a lot of books on Stu but this one is the most extensive with many new photos. Very interesting and well worth the money/5().
In its brief month lifespan, Studio 54 amassed a collection of secrets and stories that is now the stuff of legend. It was a place of great exclusivity, but also a place where one went to be Author: Elizabeth Griffin.
Thankfully, there's a new book that'll fuel our collective nostalgia (or curiosity), Studio 54 (Max Ström), that comes out next month and features never-before-published photos of the club by Swedish photojournalist Hasse Persson. In an introduction to the book, Persson describes the method he used to capture the swirling lights and frenetic.
New Studio 54 book features photographs of Diane von Furstenberg, Karl Lagerfeld, Diana Ross, Mikhail Baryshnikov and more. Studio 54 is the one nightclub from the '70s everyone remembers. For most of his life, though, co-founder Ian Schrager has wanted to forget it.
"I don't have only good memories. Now, in STU the first official book on the legendary club, co-owner Ian Schrager takes you inside the greatest party of all time with star-studded photographs and personal stories, and.
Studio 54 co-owner Steve Rubell stands in his office, which he claimed was ransacked by federal agents looking for drugs, in The agents entered the office seeking links to organized crime and arrested his partner Ian Schrager after reportedly finding cocaine among some papers he was carrying.
Schrager was released on $50, bond and the. Studio 54 - W State High Shiocton, Wisconsin - Rated based on 3 Reviews "Such a wonderful place. Highly recommend to anyone- /5(3).
LightBox: The title of the book, Stu implies in a way that this is ‘about’ the nightclub (like a document) but the pictures are really about, among other things; sex, decadence, body Author: Jeffrey Ladd.
Studio likes. Available to play at your next event. Prepare yourself for an evening of fun- retro style!Followers:. Directed by Matt Tyrnauer. With Ian Schrager, Steve Rubell, Donald Rubell, Neil Schlesinger.
The story of the notorious s New York City nightclub/10(2K). In Inside Stu the former owner takes you behind the scenes of the most famous nightclub in the world, through the crowd, to a place where celebrities, friends, and the beautiful people sip champagne and share lines of cocaine using rolled-up hundred-dollar the early eighties, Mark Fleischman reopened Stu the world's most glamorous and notorious nightclub, after it was Brand: Rare Bird Books.
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