British Travel Journal
Night Fever: Designing Club Culture
Ever since Bianca Jagger rode a white horse
inside New York nightclub, Studio 54, in 1977, clubs have captured the cultural zeitgeist. They have also shaped people's identity, says Kirsty Hassard, curator of Night Fever: Designing Club Culture at the V&A Dundee, which explores clubbing experience from Berlin to Glasgow since the Sixties, to 5 September 2021. Among
photographs, films, clothes and more that evoke the vibe, like a disco gold lamé
Halston dress worn at Studio 54, there are also objects from the clubs themselves including the Hacienda's mirror ball and the papier-mâché submarine from above the bar at Glasgow's Sub Club.