On seedy New York street in April 1977, Studio 54 nightclub opened its doors full of flare and flamboyance. Throngs of celebrities and commoners alike lined up for a chance to enter a party unlike anything the world had seen before. This NYC wonderland was where exclusivity was about inclusivity and no matter who you were or who you loved, once inside you were free to shine 🌟
Experience the iconic New York nightclub with our Studio 54 collection! Featuring a Discoshadow quad with disco-shimmer shades inspired by who's who of the Studio 54 and 2 Discolighters in pink & gold-shifting shades inspired by the Hot Shot queens & crazed Disco Nights at this famed club. All formulated with our unique multi-chrome finish and infused with Caffeine to have your colors glow all night.
Caffeine is an organic compound found in over 60 plant species, including in coffee & cocoa beans and tea leaves. In cosmetics products it improves the appearance of dry or damaged skin by reducing flaking and restoring suppleness. We use Caffeine in our New York Studio 54 Discoshadows & Discolighters to help keep your colors glowing all night.
Icy pink highlight shade with a sapphire shimmer shift named after the 1978 song Hot Shot by Karen Young. The song spent several weeks at number one on Billboard’s disco charts and was played over and over again at Studio 54.SHOP NOW
Yellow gold shade with pink color shift named after the 1978 song Le Freak by Chic. The song commemorates Studio 54 or its notoriously long customer waiting lines, exclusive clientele, and discourteous doormen.SHOP NOW
Hot pink shade with lavender color shift named after the 1980 song I'm Coming Out by Diana Ross. She had approached Nile Rodgers of Chic after hearing his music at Studio 54 and they wrote the song after running into several drag queens dressed as Ross.SHOP NOW
Cool silver shade with subtle green color shift named after the 1978 song Got To Be Real by Cheryl Lynn. She's said that the song is about "real love, real affection. If you just be true, everything will be alright for youSHOP NOW
70s blue shade with silver color shift named after the 1978 song Last Dance by Donna Summer. The string and horn sections of the song create an almost magical atmosphere, and the slow tempo and longing evoked in the instrumentation emulates that feeling one experiences when a party is reaching its end. As it did at Studio 54 in February 1980.SHOP NOW
Warm gold highlight shade with a champagne shimmer shift named after the 1979 song Disco Nights by GQ. The song spent two weeks at number one on the soul chart during the spring of 1979 and was played frequently at Studio 54.SHOP NOW
Create your star look with these versatile multi-chrome beauties! Going for a bit of subtle shimmer? Swipe on Hot Shot or Disco Nights Discolighters to the cheeks and body for an iridescent glow. Wanting to be the center of attention? Add your choice of Discoshadow hue to your favorite shadow shade. Want even more? Layer the Discoshadows and Discolighters to create your unique disco look.
Wearing the Studio 54 Collection are our glittering collaborators (clockwise from top-left):@msfancycannon