The 1970s and 80s in New York were a dazzling age. Since the 1920s in Paris, the world had not seen such a cultural movement. Von Hohenberg lived and photographed this period, when the giants of fashion, art and society rubbed elbows with drag queens and addicts in clubs like the legendary Studio 54. This historic "time capsule" contains portraits of personalities like Allen Ginsberg, Julian Schnabel and Cornelia Guest, Robert F. Kennedy Junior and Britney Spears, to name just a few. Some are no longer with us, and some reign as icons of the century. With texts and handwritten letters from acclaimed American writers like Jay McInerney, Candace Bushnell, Anthony Haden-Guest, Michael Gross, and Bob Colacello.