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

Anna Wintour Angers Italian Fashion Industry
Look out for spit in that spaghetti, Anna Wintour. Milan's mayor and various notables have spoken out against the Vogue editor's decision to cram Milan Fashion Week into three days rather than five.
[WWD]

Ralph Lauren's Olympics Uniform Controversy
Ralph Lauren is facing flak from Daughters of the American Revolution members for his Olympic uniforms. Critics are complaining that the Polo logo is too large, and should be replaced with an American flag.
[Page Six]

Miss Selfridge Launching "Gossip Girl" Collection
Time to hit up Heathrow. British fashion label Miss Selfridge has partnered with "Gossip Girl" to design a collection inspired by Serena, Blair, Vanessa and Jenny.
[Vogue UK]

Figure Skating Fashion Livens Up the Olympics
Swiss ice skating pair Antoine Dorsaz and Anais Morand hit the rink in his-and-her Burberry-style check outfits. Meanwhile, outspoken Johnny Weir is once again professing his love for fur, saying, "I like things that come from dead animals."
[Daily Mail]

Lady Gaga Lets Them Eat Cake at the Brits
Lady Gaga channeled Marie Antoinette in a sky-high platinum blonde wig and the world's biggest doily at last night's Brit Awards.
[Mirror]

Crystal Renn Walking Mark Fast Runway
Plus-size model Crystal Renn will be hitting Mark Fast's runway during London Fashion Week. Last season the designer's stylist quit over his insistence on using larger models.
[Independent]