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NEW YORK, NY - CIRCA 1980: Debbie Harry and Steve Rubell at Studio 54 circa 1980 in New York City. (Photo by Robin Platzer/Images/Getty Images)

NEW YORK, NY - CIRCA 1980: Debbie Harry and Steve Rubell at Studio 54 circa 1980 in New York City. (Photo by Robin Platzer/Images/Getty Images)

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Studio 54: A Story Of Decadence, Debauchery, And Dancing  - In the late 1970s, at the peak of the disco dancing and music trend; a unique dance club that became famous for its celebrity guest lists, restrictive (and subjective) entry policies (based on one's appearance and style), and open club drug use. "Decadence was a positive thing."

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.

Studio 54 and Cadillac, 1979

“The disco was a perfect place to forget about life and give in to the music." Photographer Bill Bernstein reflects on the glory years of Studio 54 and more in his decadent new tome

Studio 54, after the jail time | The final years of the infa… | Flickr

The final years of the infamous disco in Manhattan, open for a second time after Ian Schrager and Steven Rubell spent 13 months in jail for drug charges. The club closed down in March 1986.