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Must Read: Watch 'Anna Wintour' Critique the Met Gala, Is Khloé Kardashian Suing Monica Rose?

Plus, Diplo signs with NEXT Models.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Khloe Kardashian styled by Monica Rose. Photo: Getty Images

Khloe Kardashian styled by Monica Rose. Photo: Getty Images

Watch "Anna Wintour" critique the Met Gala red carpet
Actor Ryan Raftery, the comedic genius behind the New York-based musical production of "The Most Powerful Woman in Fashion" (based on Anna Wintour, of course), reprises his character to critique the Met Gala and its most wild after-parties. {The Cut}

Is Khloé Kardashian suing stylist Monica Rose after their split?
News broke last week that the Kardashian-Jenner's longtime stylist Monica Rose is no longer working with the family, parting ways with Kim and company due to "mysterious circumstances." The split just continues to grow uglier: According to a Page Six report, Khloé Kardashian may sue Rose, with a source saying: "The Kardashians/Jenners are upset because [Rose] was like family to them." So, what happened here? Chances are the truth will come out on "Keeping Up With the Kardashians," at the very least. {Page Six}

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Diplo is the newest addition to the NEXT models board
Producer, DJ, pop culture favorite and generally hot person Diplo just signed a contract with NEXT for all fashion and grooming bookings. He's previously starred in ad campaigns for T by Alexander Wang, the Gap and K-Swiss — and has turned up in the pages of GQ, L'Officiel and Nylon — so don't be surprised if you start to see his face pop up in the fashion space much more frequently. {Fashionista inbox}

Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garçons preview breaks press record
The press preview for the Costume Institute's "Art of the In-Between" exhibition, featuring the work of Rei Kawakubo for her avant-garde line Comme des Garçons, saw a record turnout. Over 600 "media types" showed up to view the exhibition ahead of its opening on Thursday, leading to a line that extended far outside the Met. {WWD}

Urban Outfitters's insular, un-diverse board blamed for weak performance
CtW Investment Group urged Urban Outfitters to vote against two long-standing board directors based on the board's current "insularity." "For a company that is so reliant on global sourcing and focused on women, it is surprising that the board consists of largely Caucasian males with law and finance backgrounds," CtW said in a letter. {Business of Fashion}

Beyoncé is selling a "Lemonade" book and box set for $300
The limited-edition package includes a coffee table book with behind-the-scenes imagery and inspiration that went into the making of Beyoncé's opus "Lemonade," a double vinyl LP and audio and visual album downloads. The set is only available through pre-order and will ship this summer. {}

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