Fashion All The Rage

Solange Knowles attacks Jay Z in elevator after Met Gala

Beyonce tries to step between Solange and Jay Z when her sister attacks
A few days before the attack, Beyonce had been praying about relationships with her loved ones
Pippa Middleton loses columnist gig

A security video obtained by TMZ seems to show Solange Knowles attacking brother-in-law Jay Z in an elevator after the Met Gala in New York last week. In the video another man pulls the furious Solange away while Beyonce tries to step between her sister and husband. [Los Angeles Times]

A few days before the incident, Beyonce had posted a prayer on Instagram: "Lord, l lift up every one of my relationships to you and ask You to bless them… Help me to choose friends wisely so I won’t be led astray… Give me discernment and strength to separate myself from anyone who is not a good influence. I release my relationships to you and pray that your will be done with each and every one of them.” [Fox News]

But just hours after the the TMZ video hit, the unflappable Beyonce and Jay Z attended a Miami Heat-Brooklyn Nets game. [People]

Pippa Middleton's column for the Telegraph newspaper has been discontinued. [Us Weekly]

Francois-Henri Pinault, chief executive of luxury conglomerate Kering, has joined in the boycott of the Dorchester Collection of hotels, which include the Beverly Hills Hotel. There's a growing number of entities in fashion and elsewhere boycotting because of the Dorchester Collection's ties to the government of Brunei, which recently istituted a strict form of Sharia law that includes punishments such as amputations and stonings for violations of anti-gay and anti-adultery laws. [Vogue UK]

The AmFAR Gala at Cannes on May 22 will feature a red-themed fashion show dedicated to Marilyn Monroe. [WWD]

Twitter users called out La Perla lingerie for a mannequin in its Soho store designed with protruding ribs. La Perla responded quickly by removing the mannequin and saying it won't use any more like it. [Cut]

The body of missing fashion designer Jay Ott has been found in New York Harbor. He'd been missing since March 24. An autopsy is planned. [People]

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