Andy Warhol, David Bowie, Diana Ross, Jackie O, Mick Jagger - anyone who was anyone in the late 1970s was partying at New York's hottest club.
The iconic club was situated on 54th Street in Manhattan, New York. A former opera house and radio and TV studio, it's grand opening took place on April 25, 1977.
On her 30th birthday, Bianca Jagger turned up on horseback. As you do.
Andy Warhol was a regular visitor to the club, which ran for less than three years.
Just two total legends, chilling.
Dolly Parton threw an afterparty for one of her New York gigs at Studio 54. This stallion turned up, naturally.
I mean, come on. It doesn't get better than this star-studded shot.
Supermodel Jerry Hall tries to get in on the action between Blondie's Debbie Harry and Pablo Picasso's daughter, Paloma.
Bianca Jagger was never seen at Studio 54 without some kind of animal, evidently.
Babs with her hairdresser, boyfriend and producer Jon Peters, just having a quiet night out.
Jerry and Mick attending an Oscars party at Studio 54 in 1978.
The majestic Grace Jones was a regular performer at the disco hotspot.
Holy mother of God. You don't get this kind of amazing crowd on a Tuesday night at Faces in Essex.
Funk and folk legends unite at Studio 54 during a party thrown for Stevie's secretary Mary Ann Cummings and her 300 guests.
Broadway composer Leonard Bernstein whispers sweet nothings into the ear of former First Lady Jackie Onassis after the premiere of the film, The Turning Point.
Anyone else think Elt's looking a little left out?
Queen Di, getting into the groove.
This is how you make an entrance. Look and learn.
Jacko and Aerosmith's Steve midway through a tense battle of the bouffants.