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

Stars Strip for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer
Kylie Minogue, Claudia Schiffer and Sienna Miller all star in the Mario Testino-shot campaign for Fashion Targets Breast Cancer, each wearing nothing but a silk sheet and a smile.
[Daily Mail]

More Than 25 Percent of Beauty Ads Faked
So much for those mile-long lashes. About 28 percent of cosmetics ads in fashion magazines are enhanced by the use of fake lashes or hair extensions.
[The Sun]

"Slutty-Chic" is This Year's Prom Dress Trend
What would Mr. Belding say? Skimpy, ultra-revealing prom dresses are in hot demand right now. We feel, oh, about 400 years old.
[NY Post]

Jennifer Aniston's Salmon Pink Red Carpet Frock
Speaking of prom dresses gone bad, Jennifer Aniston turned up to the Paris premiere of "Bounty Hunter" in a Barbie-esque pink Christian Lacroix frock. We're just not that into it, Jen.
[Marie Claire UK]

"Project Runway" Contestant Suspected of Copying Stephen Sprouse
Separated at Birth: Fashion Edition. Did Emilio Sosa of "Project Runway" get a little too much inspiration from late artist/designer Stephen Sprouse for his hand-written print dress?