The legendary studio 54 in NYC was a safe haven for celebrities where they could be free. Due to its extremely strict entrance policy, "mere mortals" had no chance to visit. Now let's take a look at the secretive nightclub!
Since it was opened in 1977, the Studio 54 nightclub has become a celebrity hotspot and a beacon of New York nightlife. Outside the club, there was always an endless queue.
Once used as an old theatre, Studio 54 could accommodate more than 1,000 people. Yet even with that capacity, It was still jam-packed every night.
The stage might not be as big as a theater stage, but the fresnel light and disco ball set the mood just right.
Here, one can see a variety of elaborate performances, from dance shows to drag queen singing.
Studio 54 was extremely exclusive, which means you had to be a celebrity or really impress the doorman to enter.
Saturday Night Fever actor John Travolta was often spotted showing up at Studio 54 with different friends.
Cher's career was in full swing in the 1970s. During this time, she was a regular at Studio 54. There, one could see Cher dancing and laughing without restraint.
Michael Jackson often met up with his friends, such as Steven Tyler and Woody Allen, at Studio 54. According to the King of Pop, Studio 54 was a place where anyone could be free.
When Dolly Parton revealed her plan to go to Studio 54, the club owner brought the iconic white horse to make sure the Queen of Country felt at home. Dolly was indeed pleased.
Sylvester Stallone was sometimes seen with John Travolta at Studio 54. There was even one time he was seen whipping out the funky chicken at the club.
Model Brooke Shields was a regular at Studio 54 when she was only a teenager. She was often at the club with designer Calvin Klein because of their endorsement cooperation.
Model Bianca Jagger was a frequent guest at Studio 54. She was often with her then-husband, Mick Jagger, or other girlfriends.
Bianca Jagger spent her 33rd birthday with Liza Minelli at Studio 54. There each of them held a dove.
How could a nightclub not have a disco element? So they came, The Village People with their flamboyant outfits.
Elton John never passed up a chance to go to Studio 54. There he often put on improvisations for the guests, as well as testing out his fashion styles.
Here we have an impressive list: Muhammad Ali, Calvin Klein, and Bianca Jagger. This is probably rare anywhere, except for Studio 54.
Even in the club, Carolina Herrera was always elegantly dressed. She was spotted going to Studio 54 with Bianca Jagger and a Bolivian tycoon in 1977.
Charlie's Angels star Farrah Fawcett didn't just go to Studio 54 on her own. In the picture, she and her father definitely had fun together dancing at the club.
The legendary Elizabeth Taylor often hung out with her girlfriends at Studio 54. She even celebrated her 64th birthday at the club with fashion designer Halston.
The public fav Diana Ross was a frequent patron of Studio 54. She was often in the DJ booth singing or in the hallway dancing.