The Rolling Stones’ villa on the Côte d’Azur →

December 27, 2014 |

Messy Nessy:

The Rolling Stones were tax exiles from England and shacked up at Villa Nellcôte, a 16-room mansion of the Belle Epoque that had previously been occupied by the local Gestapo during the Nazi occupation of France in the 1940s. French photographer Dominique Tarlé documented the six month-long “house party” that ensued; a summer of sex, drugs and most certainly, rock and roll…

If you’ve ever wondered how rock stars live, here is your answer. These pictures are solid gold.