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Designers Brian Atwood, Peter Som and others in the fashion community are joining the LGBT boycott of hotels owned by Sultan of Brunei. The small but wealthy Islamic country is planning to implement the Sharia Penal Code tomorrow, which would allow the state to stone to death people for homosexuality and other sexual "crimes." These designers are calling to specifically cancel hotels in Milan, Paris and London during their respective fashion weeks. [Instagram]