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Must Read: Prabal Gurung Reportedly Seeking an Investor, A New @OscarPRGirl Has Been Named

Plus, Cara Delevingne stars in a commercial for "Call of Duty: Black Ops III."

These are the stories making headlines this Tuesday.

Cara Delevingne stars in "Call of Duty: Black Ops III" live action trailer, featuring Michael B. Jordan and Marshawn Lynch
To promote its latest game "Call of Duty: Black Ops III," which will debut on Nov. 6th, Activision has enlisted the help of Cara Delevingne to play the role of the female badass. It might seem random, but according to Matt Jarvis, CEO and partner of Activision's ad agency 72andSunny, Delevingne and her costars are all "authentic fans of the brand." We're actually not too surprised to hear that. {Mashable}

Edith Taichman is back at Oscar de la Renta as the new @OscarPRGirl
Edith Taichman has been hired as vice president of of global communications at Oscar de la Renta, reporting to CEO Alex Bolen and succeeding Erica Bearman, who left earlier this year to start her own consultancy, where ODLR is a client. Taichman previously worked at the fashion house from 2004 to 2008 as a public relations and marketing manager. She will continue to promote the brand via @OscarPRGirl but she also has plans to have the Twitter account undergo a "new incarnation." {WWD}

Hearst is in talks with Airbnb to launch a magazine
Last November, Airbnb launched a print magazine called Pineapple, which you likely never heard of because there was only one issue. But the company, which had a valuation of $25.5 billion following its latest round of funding, is now in talks with Hearst to develop a regular glossy of its own. Cosmopolitan's powerhouse editor-in-chief Joanna Coles is reportedly responsible for the conversations that are taking place. {WWD

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Prabal Gurung is looking for an investor
According to sources, Prabal Gurung is seeking an investor to bring in fresh funds and operational expertise to the brand. Rumor has it that a number of would-be investors have looked at the label, although there has been no word yet on whether an offer is on the horizon. {WWD

Jenna Lyons writes a personal essay on her genetic disorder for Lena Dunham's "Lenny"
It's hard to imagine J.Crew's Executive Creative Director Jenna Lyons as being anything but beautiful and charismatic. However, in the latest issue of "Lenny," Lyons reveals that growing up, she was extremely self-conscious and depressed due to a rare genetic disorder that left scars on her body, as well as a giant bald spot on her head. That, of course, changed when Lyons learned how to sew and began what she calls her "own private, self-initiated makeover." {Fashionista Inbox} 

Nike's latest collaboration with Sacai will launch Nov. 5th
Few fashion collaborations have generated as much excitement as Nike's ongoing collaboration with Sacai designer Chitose Abe, who have teamed up for a third installment of colorful, inventive sportswear that will hit shelves on Thursday. The collection — which is more suited for going to the gym than wearing at the gym — includes Abe's take on Nike's bomber-style Destroyer jacket (hers with pleats), sweatshirts with cable-knit backs and sporty wool skirts. {Nike

The British Fashion Council will honor Karl Lagerfeld at the 2015 British Fashion Awards
On Nov. 23, Karl Lagerfeld will be presented with the "Outstanding Achievement Award" during the British Fashion Awards at London's Coliseum for – you guessed it – his "unrivaled contributions to the fashion industry." Past winners have included Anna Wintour (2014), Terry and Tricia Jones (2013) and Manolo Blahnik (2012).{Fashionista Inbox}

Homepage photo: Designer Prabal Gurung. Jamie McCarthy/Getty Images