Here's what's happening around the web this morning:
Alexander McQueen Label Set to Continue
Executives have announced that Alexander McQueen's eponymous fashion house will live on after the designer's suicide last week. The label will also go ahead with a collection presentation during Paris Fashion Week.
Victoria Beckham Defends Skinny Models
Victoria Beckham served as a guest host on "The View" yesterday, and she couldn't resist standing up for her fellow Size Zeros, saying they shouldn't be discriminated against for being too thin. At which point Sherri Shepherd shoved a donut in Vicky's mouth.
Alexa Chung Sparks Mulberry Sales
Mulberry is thanking Alexa Chung -- who has her own handbag named after her -- for boosting the label's sales. Too bad she didn't have that effect on her MTV show.
[London Evening Standard]
Americans Most Attractive People in the World
You like us, you really like us! A new poll has ranked Americans as the foxiest nation in the world, narrowly beating out Brazil. Take that, Gisele.
Suri Cruise Totes Mini Salvatore Ferragamo Purse
Heels, lipstick, a mini Salvatore Ferragamo handbag to match mama Katie Holmes' bag? What's next -- Suri Cruise in a fur coat?
Men Notice Breasts First
Bust out the push-up bra. A new British survey has found that men look at a women's boobs before they notice her face. Stay classy, dudes.