Here's what's happening around the web this morning:

Agent Provocateur's Corre Invests in Illamasqua Makeup Brand
Joe Corre, son of Vivienne Westwood and co-founder of Agent Provocateur, has bought a 10 percent stake of the Illamasqua makeup brand. How...provocative.
[The Drum]

Gucci Going Couture?
Gucci creative director Frida Giannini is said to be working on the fashion house's first couture collection, which will be sold by appointment. Dare we dream?
[Elle UK]

Escada Expanding to Cosmetics, Menswear?
New Escada owner Megha Mittal has hinted that the brand is hoping to heal its money woes by looking to new cosmetics products, a children's line relaunch and a menswear collection. Zoinks!
[Drapers]

Online Video Game Turns Celebrity Orphans Into Fashion Accessories
My Minx, a new online video game, lets players create virtual minxes wearing lingerie, design handbags, stock up on condoms and adopt adorable tykes inspired by the children of Angelina Jolie and Madonna. Mario and Luigi are NOT going to like this.
[Telegraph]

Victoria Beckham Recruited for Fashion Hotel
Victoria Beckham is reportedly being tempted with a £25 million paycheck if she signs on to help design a fashion-themed hotel in Dubai. Karl Lagerfeld is also said to be working with the developers...as a bellboy, we hope.
[Mirror]

Marilyn Monroe-Inspired Panties
Canada-based Protec-Style Lingerie has designed a retro panty inspired by the iconic image of Marilyn Monroe in a windblown dress. Just so long as it doesn't give us a "Seven Year Itch."
[WWD]

Alexis Mabille's Two-Toned Hair
Models at Alexis Mabille's couture show sported hair parted down the center with one side dyed in a Crayola hue. We'll stick to our Nice & Easy, thanks.
[Fab Sugar UK]

Children's TV Hosts Get Anti-Terror Warning for Carrying Hairdryers
A pair of British children's TV presenters were blown away when anti-terror police stopped them...for carrying glittery hairdryers during filming. Guess they're more into air drying.
[Daily Mail]