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Must Read: Gigi Hadid's Met Gala Mani Cost $2K, Zoë Kravitz Named YSL Beauty's Muse

Plus, Carson Street Clothiers is closing its doors.

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Tuesday.

Gigi Hadid's manicure cost $2,000
According to Kiss Nails and Gigi Hadid's nail artist, Mar y Sol, the model's 2016 Met Gala chrome manicure "with hidden crystals" cost $2,000. Two thousand, folks! Along with her knuckle jewelry, it made for quite a statement on the biggest red carpet of the year. {Teen Vogue}

Zoë Kravitz named YSL's beauty muse
YSL Beauty has named Zoë Kravitz as its newest U.S. beauty muse. In her new role, Kravitz will star in a video for the brand called "Before the Light," and collaborate on a social media campaign highlighting some of her favorite makeup looks. Before these projects debut, you can check out the brand's Instagram to see how Kravitz got ready for the 2016 Met Gala. {Hollywood Reporter}

FKA Twigs to release her own fragrance
FKA Twigs has partnered up with House of Matriarch to launch a new fragrance, set to be released later this year. While not much was revealed about the scent, founder Christi Meshell said: "She's very antiestablishment like I am. She doesn't want to sell it at any retailer... Overnight, she's going to add it to her Web site." The pair first connected when Meshell designed a custom fragrance for the singer two years ago. {WWD}

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Carson Street Clothiers is closing down
After three years, beloved menswear store Carson Street Clothiers will be closing its doors on June 30. In the press release, co-founder Matt Breen thanked all of the store's loyal customers and added: "I believe the best way that I can make a difference in this industry, as well as honor our loyal customers, is to continue putting forth a vision of how I believe men should approach luxury and designer clothing... I am thrilled to now have more time to thoughtfully consider and design Deveaux." Breen and co-founder Brian Trunzo launched menswear line Deveaux in January, though it's unclear if Trunzo will continue with the brand. {Fashionista inbox}

Asos partners with Wayra on fashion tech accelerator program
Asos and Wayra, a startup accelerator owned by Telefónica Open Future, have joined forces to support fashion tech startups with a new, dedicated accelerator program. Winners will receive £34,000 in direct investment and intensive mentoring. The participants will not come from the worlds of wearable tech, 3D-printing or fashion design, but instead be chosen for their ability to expand the online shopping experience through retail logistics, recommendations, social media and more. Interested startups can enter here. {Fashionista Inbox}

Jourdan Dunn is back in Kate Spade's summer campaign
Kate Spade has released yet another delightful campaign starring model Jourdan Dunn, who also appeared in the preppy brand's spring 2016 campaign. This time she shares the spotlight with a diverse group of women including Karley Sciortino, Alexis Jae Baez, Paloma Elesser and Tracy Antonopoulous in a New York-themed shoot. {Fashionista inbox}

Emmanuel Gintzburger named CEO of Alexander McQueen
Emmanuel Gintzburger will succeed Jonathan Akeroyd as the CEO of Alexander McQueen, effective May 9. Prior to his appointment, Gintzburger served as the worldwide retail and wholesale director for Yves Saint Laurent and has worked at Louis Vuitton and Sephora. {Kering}

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