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

Diane Von Furstenberg Launches DVF Awards
Calling all Wonder Women: Diane Von Furstenberg has created the DVF Awards to honor inspirational female leaders, with a $50,000 prize up for grabs. We've got some do-gooding to do.
[Vogue UK]

Alexander Wang, Rodarte Streaming Live Runway Show
Alexander Wang and Rodarte will be streaming their upcoming runway shows live at SHOWStudio.com. That's it -- we're staying at home in our PJs.
[The Daily]

Oscar de la Renta in Beauty Negotiations
Oscar de la Renta is rumored to be in negotiations to enlist investors for a new Oscar de la Renta Beauty company. Who should we make the check out to?
[WWD]

Marc Jacobs Ditching Celebrity Front Row
Sorry, A-listers. Marc Jacobs has spoken out against having celebrities in the front row of his fashion show, calling it "boring." Great -- more room for Tavi then.
[Page Six]

Vera Wang Designing Olympic Costumes for Figure Skater Evan Lysacek
Vera Wang -- a former figure skater -- has designed five costumes for figure skater Evan Lysacek to wear during the Olympics. Take that, Johnny Weir.
[WWD]

Man Sues Over Bearded Bride
Boy meets girl, boy enters girl in a ZZ Top lookalike contest? A man in the United Arab Emirates has filed a lawsuit after discovering that his veiled bride had a beard and was cross-eyed.
[Telegraph]

Men Spend More Time Pampering
A new survey has found that men spend 83 minutes per day on personal grooming and getting dressed, while women come in at 79 minutes. Now hand us the remote, boys.
[Daily Mail]