Must Read: #CastMeMarc Is Back, Prabal Gurung Designs Pokémon Collab Collection

Plus, Of a Kind introduces an exclusive permanent collection.
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These are the stories making headlines on Tuesday.

Marc Jacobs is looking for beauty vloggers
The designer made major waves in the industry when he took to Instagram to look for the next face of his Marc by Marc Jacobs (R.I.P.) line back in 2014, and now Marc Jacobs Beauty is bringing back the #castmemarc hashtag tin hopes of finding three new faces for the makeup line. To be considered, users can post a video on Instagram before December 5 saying what inspires them in beauty and fashion, including @marcbeauty and #castmemarc in the caption. "This isn't about airbrushed perfection — Marc has always been known to find beauty in authenticity and imperfection," the release says. {Fashionista inbox}

Gotta catch 'em all
File this under "Weird but Cool Fashion Collaborations": Nepalese-American designer Prabal Gurung is teaming up with Pokémon on a nine-piece capsule collection (available exclusively at Jeffrey New York) inspired by the punchy colors, textures and silhouettes of five iconic ~*first generation*~ Pokémon: Pikachu, Jigglypuff, Squirtle, Bulbasaur and Charmander. Prices start at $325 for a Jigglypuff T-shirt and top out at a $1,795 embroidered tunic dress. Click through the gallery below to view the entire collection. {Fashionista inbox}

Of a Kind launches permanent collection
The online emerging designer marketplace is debuting an in-house permanent collection on Tuesday — and trust us, it's chic. Permanent Collection by Of a Kind consists of three styles foundation pieces (a jacquard skirt and top, plus a classic white Oxford shirt) all produced in Brooklyn. Sizes range from XS to XL, and are priced from $97 to $113. {Fashionista inbox}

Ouai will offer digital hair consultation services
Beginning on November 17, cool-girl favorite hair-care brand Ouai will offer a digital consultation service via its website, aiming to bring founder Jen Atkin's expertise to anyone with internet access. "We are the hair-care brand of the people, and we are constantly having conversations with our customers," Atkin told WWD. "This is one more way to connect." {WWD}

Indian garment factory fire kills 13, injures 3
Thirteen garment workers tragically suffocated and burned to death in a fire that ignited at an illegal garment factory in Uttar Pradesh, a state in Northern India, last Friday. According to the police report, 11 of the casualties were workers under the age of 26. The two owners of the factory have been arrested for "causing death under negligence" and a small local committee has been formed to investigate other factories operating in the area. {Dazed}

Salvatore Ferragamo's new CEO announces new womenswear designer
The Florence-based group's new CEO Eraldo Poletto announced plans for the brand's growth, which involves a "focus on product," specifically within the footwear and leather goods categories. Additionally, Poletto revealed that Fulvio Rigoni, who showed his debut collection for the brand this past September, will be replacing Paul Andrew, who around the same time, was appointed design director for women's shoes. {WWD}

'Tis the season for Gucci  
The Italian house has partnered with artist and director Floria Sigismondi on a holiday campaign film inspired by the Garden of Eden. The film, which debuted on the brand's website today, stars models Polina Oganicheva, Maryna Polkanova, Nika Cole, Matt Doran, Domink Hahn and Dwight Hoogenduk in looks from the cruise 2017 collection. Watch the film in full, below. {WWD}

Canada Goose opens U.S. flagship location 
Later this week, the Toronto-based outerwear brand will be opening the doors of a brand new 4,000-square-foot flagship location at 101 Wooster Street in Manhattan's SoHo neighborhood. "The whole world goes to New York," said Canada Goose president and CEO Dani Reiss to WWD on the decision to set up shop in the Big Apple. "We have a big office there, and it's our home away from home." {WWD}

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