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Just hanging in a room with king of quirk David Lynch is the stuff our trippiest dreams are made of (anyone else happen to remember his "Thought Of The Day" on Morning Becomes Eclectic?), but add in a reveal of some limited-edition Dom (Vintages 2003 and Rosé 2000 to be exact) designed by the mastermind, and last night was one whacked-out affair!
With performances by The Kills and a DJ set by Diplo, it became a balls-to-the-wall bubbly bash fit for a scene straight out of Mulholland Drive. The Lynch-land shindig brought out L.A. cool kids like Liz Goldwyn, Zoe Cassavetes, Brett Easton Ellis, Lykke Li, and Jasmin Shokrian — among many others — and featured peculiar labyrinthian exhibits (natch) in the Milk Studios space. Apologies if we've given you a dose of major event envy, but at least you can click through our slideshow for a taste of the champs-fueled blast!
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Riding atop a giant robot cat, dressed in orange flames, and
lit by hundreds of glowing balls, Katy Perry kicked off her Super Bowl
halftime show in spectacular, cartoon-like fashion. None of that was a major departure from the pop star's usual fare; the big surprise in her set was guest star Missy Elliott
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