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

Isabel Toledo Partners with Payless
Holy Toledo! Michelle Obama fave Isabel Toledo is set to launch a handbag and shoe collection for Payless.
[WWD]

Breast Implants Banned from "Pirates of the Caribbean 4" Set
Director Rob Marshall has issued a casting notice announcing that women with implants should not audition for roles in the upcoming "Pirates of the Caribbean" sequel. Them "Jolly Rogers" best be real or you'll be walkin' the plank, lass.
[Daily Mail]

Terry Richardson Speaks Out Against Allegations
Fashion photographer Terry Richardson has responded to rumors that he takes advantage of young models, calling himself "considerate" and "respectful."
[Fashionologie]

Australian Designer Claims Larger Clothing Sizes are "Unhealthy"
Crikey. Designer Rosemary Masic of Nevenka is under fire for saying that she would not offer her clothes higher than a Size 14 because it would "endorse unhealthy living."
[Sydney Morning-Herald]

Freida Pinto Nabs Bond Girl Role
"Slumdog Millionaire" actress/L'Oreal model Freida Pinto has reportedly been named James Bond's latest love interest. Eat your heart out, Honey Ryder.
[Mirror]

Nastia Liukin Launches Girls' Line for J.C. Penney
Olympic gold medal-winning gymnast Nastia Liukin is springing into action with a new girls' clothing line, Supergirl by Nastia, for J.C. Penney. We're still holding out for the Kerri Strug Collection.
[WWD]