From the feature by Miss Rosen for Huck:

That June, a young artist named  Meryl Meisler, then 25, set forth on what would become a regular foray to the clubs with her partner in crime, Judi Jupiter. “Judi called the publicist for Studio 54 and got us on a list,” she remembers, “then she became friendly with the doorman, Marc Benecke. Once he knew us, we were in.”

The dynamic duo called themselves “Neurotic Erotica”. Meisler helped create Jupiter’s costumes, including one with a lavish skirt made from yellow wrappers of reels of 120 film. Armed with a medium format camera and a spare roll or two, Meisler kept things more understated: “I wasn’t in costume. I wanted to be invisible.”

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