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.'
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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}

Kering has officially joined the boycott of the Dorchester Collection hotels, owned by the Sultan of Brunei (you know, the one who has introduced a law making homosexuality punishable by death). {Vogue UK

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}