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Must Read: StyleSeat Acquires BeautyBooked, The Webster Opens in Houston

Plus, Daphne Guinness releases the video for "The Long Now," the first track out of her debut album "Optimist in Black."

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Tuesday.

Daphne Guinness to release her debut album in May
Daphne Guinness, who's featured on two covers of V Magazine this month, will release her debut album "Optimist in Black" on May 27. (We knew she was up to something!) Inspired by '60s psychedelia and '70s glam, the album will explore themes such as male vanity and alienation. You can watch the music video for her first single, "The Long Now," above. {Fashionista inbox}

StyleSeat acquires BeautyBooked
San Francisco-based salon booking service StyleSeat has acquired NYC-based BeautyBooked, a platform that allow users to book — you guessed it — spa and salon appointments. Founded in 2011, BeautyBooked launched its first mobile app in 2013 and has booked more than 44 million appointments to date. Through the acquisition, StyleSeat will have access to BeautyBooked's partnerships, including its bookings collaboration with Allure magazine. {Fashionista inbox}

The Webster opens its first store outside of Florida
Laure Heriard Dubreuil, the chic French woman behind the equally chic boutique The Webster, has finally opened a location outside of Miami in Houston's Galleria mall. The 5,000-square-foot freestanding shop has its own dedicated valet service and incorporates design elements from the Miami and Bal Harbour stores. {The Houston Chronicle}

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The New Yorker profiles designer LaQuan Smith
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Stephanie Seymour was arrested on charges of DUI
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Content and e-commerce site released a cheeky video capturing a day in the life of Dita von Teese, recent author of "Your Beauty Mark: The Ultimate Guide to Eccentric Glamour." Watch von Teese "exercise" (without sweating, of course), read her own book and play "normal." And if you feel so inclined, you can shop all her outfits over at Semaine.  {Fashionista inbox}

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