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All of Hollywood came to Stella McCartney's party at Amoeba Records

Stella McCartney took control of the legendary record store Amoeba Music to present her new Fall / Winter 2016 collection. The fashion shown was just as impressive as the surprising musical performances.

"It's great fun, isn't it?" McCartney asked aloud as celebs like Ringo Starr, Gwyneth Paltrow, Demi Lovato, Katy Perry, Maya Rudolph, Mary J. Blige, and Kate Upton walked the black carpet and into the Record store went in, full of anticipation for the designer's first show in Los Angeles.

“I'm really happy to be here at Amoeba today. We had wanted to put on a show here for a long time and they finally said yes. I think my dad was the only one who shut down the shop, oddly enough. Now I am following [his example]. "

Before her show, McCartney posted a photo on Instagram in honor of the late David Bowie. "He gave us huge ideas and inspired us all," she told YahooStyle while declining to share her favorite memory of the singer.

“I have great stories but I want to keep these experiences to myself today. It doesn't feel right to talk to him about my personal experiences. I feel very honored to have met him. "

Although McCartney didn't say the night is a tribute to Bowie, his spirit was omnipresent. Fans signed posters that were hung in his honor. Stella's message was simply: “R.I.P. MY HERO. XX STELLA. "

Meanwhile, Selma Blait revealed that David Bowie's “Diamond Dogs” was one of her first records. "I went to almost all of the concerts he did in Detroit," she said. “I met him years ago at the CFDAs. He was the person in my life who I thought would knock me out. David Bowie holds me in his arms. Of course we weren't friends, but I think he had the ability to make everyone feel important and that they are not as important as they really are. Almost every day I think like this: O my God. I was in David Bowie's arms for a minute. That was a moment. "

With that, Blair looked left, looked at Kiernan Shipka, and laughed. "I'm a little older than the average people on this carpet." Still, Shipka insisted she wasn't too young to understand Bowie's influence. “'Heroes' is one of my favorite songs,” she said. “He was a legend. He was an icon. He was fearless. ”As for the newer plays, the actress said,“ I love a lot of them. My father's friend heard her in the car and I stood on it. True story."

For Chelsea Handler, that night wasn't about the music. "Who is performing?" She asked. “I don't even know what that is! What's this?! I thought it was a fashion show! ”Handler insisted that the fashion wasn't that special either. “I don't really care about Stella's designs. She is my friend and therefore I'm here. "When asked when they first met, Handler revealed," She sent me a dirty email calling me a slut or a whore or something and I replied, 'You're a bigger slut than I'll ever be ”and that's how our friendship began. I think we met at a party after the Met Ball or something. She drinks as much as I do, so we had fun. I think she doesn't care [what she drinks]. As long as there is no meat in the drink, she drinks everything. ”This month, a new series with Handler starts on Netflix. The comedian says viewers can expect things “that are well thought out. I want to teach people something while I am being taught. It's like Netflix is ​​paying me to go to college. "

Meanwhile, Sarah Silverman revealed that she and Michael Sheen are big fans of "The Bachelor" - but they don't think this season's chosen one, Ben, is that great. "He's really boring," she said. “The fact that he kept Lace? Obviously, these are the producers. It's not so great that she looks exactly like a combination of me and Cecily Strong, but I accept it. "

Between the store's CD shelves, guests were greeted by a selection of platform shoes, funky animal handbags, and models from McCartney's latest collection. The designs included dresses for day and night, recycled knitwear made of mohair and wool, detailed brocade bodices, fine blouses and wide trousers. "I really took the entire wardrobe into account with this collection," said McCartney. “How can we take classics and modify and improve them?” Among the designs you could admire leopard and tiger patterns, cheeky cat motifs, graphic circles and diagonal stripes in a color palette of cream, pearl, beige, granite, black and indigo Accents in jazzberry, mandarin and calendula.

The designs were adorable, but in the end all eyes were longingly focused on the stage and the guests guessed who was going to perform. This question was answered shortly afterwards. Dhani Harrison and the Dirty Dozen Brass Band from New Orleans appeared as support acts, followed by You + Me, a new band from Pink and Dallas Green. Next up, legendary Brian Wilson played eight songs, including hits like "California Girls" and "Good Vibrations" - all while McCartney was taking snapshots with her smartphone.

Orlando Bloom, Amber Valletta, Beck and Dave Grohl were among the guests who were there just before midnight when a felt hat-wearing Marilyn Manson took the stage. The rock star performed hits like "Beautiful People" and "The Dope Show" while Johnny Depp played guitar and acted as a backing vocalist.

"Is that the Oscars?" Rachel asked Zoe earlier that evening as she surveyed the room full of stars. In the end, it was more like the Grammys.

Gwyneth Paltrow and Stella McCartney at the designer’s Fall / Winter 2016 collection presentation at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

The fashion designer took over the shop with a little help from her friends

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Pamela Anderson and photographer Ellen von Unwerth at Stella McCartney's presentation of her Fall / Winter 2016 collection at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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The band Haim at Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 collection presentation at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Quincy Jones with his daughter Rashida at Stella McCartney's presentation of her Fall / Winter 2016 collection at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Mary J. Blige and Amber Valetta at Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 collection presentation at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Anthony Kiedis at Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 collection presentation at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Kate Hudson at Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 Collection Presentation at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.(Image: Courtesy BFAnyc.com)

Jemima Kirke and Katy Perry at Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 collection presentation at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Carrie Brownstein and Fred Armisen at Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 collection presentation at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles. (Image: Courtesy BFAnyc.com)

Orlando Bloom, Pink, Stella McCartney and Selma Blair in a group hug at Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 collection presentation at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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The Man in Black: Marilyn Manson posed at Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 collection presentation at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Pink wears orange (!) At Stella McCartney's presentation of the Fall / Winter 2016 collection at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Chelsea Handler and Sarah Silvermanat Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 presentation of her Fall / Winter 2016 collection at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Glamor girls Rachel Zoe and Nicole Richieat Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 presentation of her Fall / Winter 2016 collection at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Lily-Rose Depp, Johnny Depp, Amber Heard, Stella McCartney and Orlando Bloom Backstage at the presentation of the designer’s Fall / Winter 2016 collection at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Beck and Stella McCartney at the presentation of the designer’s Fall / Winter 2016 collection at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Selma Blair and Kiernan Shipka as plaid twins at Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 presentation of her Fall / Winter 2016 collection at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Amber Heard and Johnny Depp in a strange hugat Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 presentation of her Fall / Winter 2016 collection at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Models at Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 presentation of her Fall / Winter 2016 collection at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Models at Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 presentation of her Fall / Winter 2016 collection at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Models at Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 presentation of her Fall / Winter 2016 collection at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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Marilyn Manson and Johnny Depp kicked mean at Stella McCartney's Fall / Winter 2016 presentation of her Fall / Winter 2016 collection at Amoeba Music in Los Angeles.

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