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Amoeba Hosted A Fashion Show And All The Famous People Showed Up

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Musicians, celebrities and fashionistas crowded the narrow aisles of Amoeba Music last night for designer Stella McCartney's latest fashion launch.

The star-studded event brought out everyone including Ringo Starr, Beck, Mary J. Blige and Katy Perry, while models showcased the autumn 2016 designs of the daughter of Beatles' Paul McCartney. Brian Wilson took to the music store's small stage to perform, as did Pink and Canadian musician Dallas Green and Dhani Harrison (you know, George Harrison's son).

Here's Wilson, turning out the classics:

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Oh, and Marilyn Manson and Johnny Depp rocked out, obviously.

Meanwhile the aisles filled with the likes of Quincy Jones and daughter Rashida, Gwyneth Paltrow, Orlando Bloom, Sarah Silverman, Daenerys Targaryen (er, Emilia Clarke), and tons of other celebs. Seriously, the joint was crawling with them.

There was also several large boards where guests could pay tribute to the late David Bowie.

"We'd always wanted to have a party in L.A. and it just really felt like the right time," McCartney told the Associated Press. "I have so many close friends here and I spend a lot of time here and it just feels like a moment when music, film, fashion, the arts, it's all just come together for L.A."

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