Holllywood stars and tech elite rubbed elbows at a huge show in San Francisco this week

Vanity Fair New Establishment SummitGetty / Mike WindleHere’s a peek inside the venue

Vanity Fair held its second New Establishment Summit in San Francisco this week, bringing together stars and execs from both the tech world and Hollywood. 

With speakers like Elon Musk, Jony Ive, Mark Zuckerberg, and Lena Dunham, the event focused on big ideas and industry changes. 

See what went down:

The conference took place in downtown San Francisco's Yerba Buena Center for the Arts:

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The on-stage pairings were often unique, like putting Lena Dunham on a panel with Instagram CEO Kevin Systrom.

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Or the CEO of Disney, Bob Iger, with venture capitalist Marc Andreessen.

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Although the panels were fascinating (like this one featuring the cast of HBO comedy 'Silicon Valley)...

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...And the lunches were delicious...

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...Some of the best networking went on at the cocktail hours. Here's Apple's Jimmy Iovine with model Liberty Ross.

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Attendees got a fancy welcome after riding private trolleys from the arts center to the Ferry Building.

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Complete with a red carpet and live band.

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Famed designer Yves Behar and Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes look locked in an interesting conversation.

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Here's actress Rashida Jones posing with Netflix's chief content officer Ted Sarandos.

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And another eclectic grouping: Hollywood agent Jim Wiatt, AOL CEO Tim Armstrong, John Murray, investor Ron Conway, and actor Jared Leto enjoy the party.

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Alongside drinks, attendees could much on appetizers like these millk-and-cookies

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Here's Heather Parry from Adam Sandler's Happy Madison productions with HBO's Michael Rotenberg.

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On the third day of the conference, the cocktail party took place outside.

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Jony Ive chats with Vanity Fair editor-in-chief Graydon Carter.

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Naturally, he posed with fellow Apple exec Jimmy Iovine, too.

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Jared Leto rocks his new pink hair alongside music executive Irving Azoff and producer Steve Tisch.

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Through the conference, people couldn't stop talking about the new Star Wars movie, slated for release later this year. Franchise creator George Lucas links up with Disney CEO Bob Iger and former TV journalist Willow Bay.

Venture capitalist Bill Gurley spoke on a panel about the tech bubble. Here, he towers over Sony CEO Michael Lynton.

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Bradley Cooper hangs out with record producer Rick Rubin.

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Until next year!

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