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Solange Knowles Attacks Jay-Z at Met Ball, Erin Wasson's Controversial Instagram Shot, Jennifer Lawrence Channels the '90s

And Shailene Woodley looks absolutely lovely on the cover of 'Instyle.'

Hot damn. Elevator footage caught Solange Knowles physically attacking Jay Z in the elevator at an after party for last week's Met Gala. {TMZ}

Erin Wasson has come under fire for posting a photo of herself on Instagram looking particularly bony. {Us Weekly}

Jennifer Lawrence gave us '90s vibes in a velvet spaghetti strap dress by Jason Wu at the premiere of the latest "X-Men" movie. {Nylon}

Would you wear clothing that (allegedly) blocks cell signals to give you a self-enforced break from constantly checking your phone? 'Cause you can. {Huffington Post}

Shailene Woodley covers the June issue of InStyle looking super fresh in a floral Dolce & Gabbana frock. {InStyle}

Nordstrom Rack now has an e-commerce site. Repeat: Nordstrom Rack now has an e-commerce site. {SHEfinds}

Designers are rushing to Dubai, which is expected to see steady growth in the retail sector for the foreseeable future. {WWD}

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Alexander Wang is heading to Beijing to stage a fashion show, the latest designer to appeal to the Chinese market in the form of a presentation. {WWD}

Speaking of, here's a behind-the-scenes look at Michael Kors's Shanghai runway show last Friday. Glossy. {YouTube}

Roger Farah, up until recently the President and CEO of Ralph Lauren, talks moving on from the company. The big question is, where will he be heading next? {WWD}

Dr. Dre may be making an offer on Gisele Bundchen and Tom Brady's mansion. Maybe it's a present to himself, with the sale of Beats to Apple looming? {Page Six}

These are, uh, fresh. Presenting rectangle-shaped shoes. {Design Taxi}

In the latest step in its brand repositioning, Coach has signed on with a new advertising agency. {WWD}

Pinterest has launched "promoted pins" (a.k.a. paid advertising), with Banana Republic, Lululemon, Gap and Old Navy in the first group of brands to test it out. {TechCrunch}