On any regular day in London, the pedestrian zebra crossing at Abbey Road in the St John’s Wood neighborhood is lined with tourists who are eager to re-create the famous Beatles 1970 record cover, which pictures the iconic band members astride the black-and-white stripes a stone’s throw away from their famous recording studio. Ask any taxi driver and they’ll tell you that they purposefully avoid the route. Last night, however, a slither of male models in boxy jackets, silk shirts, cropped trousers, and leather-free sandals made their way across the landmark road and into Abbey Road Studios for a night of fashion and music hosted by Stella McCartney. McCartney was celebrating the launch of her debut menswear collection, as well as the Resort presentation of her long-established womenswear line, and in true Stella style — remember those dancing models at her Paris Fashion Week show? — it was more of a music festival than a fashion show. Considering McCartney spent her formative years as a designer distancing herself from her iconic surname, it was a marker of her confidence that she directly celebrated her rock and roll heritage with a nod to her famous father. “I came here a lot as a child,” she said upon arrival. “This place means so much to our family. I was on the phone to my dad earlier today and he was saying how he’s been here since he was 20 years old.” Read more at New York Magazine.