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

Diane Kruger Covers Vogue Germany
Now that's one foxy frau. Diane Kruger looks glorious in a black and white photo spread shot by Karl Lagerfeld for Vogue Germany's April issue.
[Coco Perez]

Designer Creates Hats Made of Roadkill
We've heard of runway roadkill, but this is getting ridiculous. Young Scottish milliner James Faulkner has designed a collection of hats featuring the feathers or fur from dead animals (crows, rabbits, foxes, etc.) picked off the roadways. Barf bag sold separately.
[Telegraph]

Avon Goes Green
Avon calling! The beauty brand has launched the environmental Hello Green Tomorrow initiative, which includes a $1 million donation to The Nature Conservancy.
[WWD]

Hair Straighteners, Lip Gloss Replace Hair Dryers, Lipstick in Popularity
Now your boyfriend can't roll his eyes when you call your Chi a bare necessity. Britain's Office for National Statistics have deemed hair straighteners and lip gloss as essential everyday items (more so than hair dryers and lipstick) for their "cost of living" basket, which reflects consumer spending habits.
[Daily Mail]

Net-a-Porter Acquired by Richemont
Is it just us, or does it feel like there's a fashion garage sale going on this week? In addition to Tommy Hilfiger, Swiss conglomerate Richemont has acquired the remaining stakes of Natalie Massenet's Net-a-Porter.com.
[Vogue UK]