Here's what's happening around the web this morning:
LVMH Entering Hotel Management
The French luxury group is maximizing its brand by developing the LVMH Hotel Management to "oversee the group's activities in the luxury hotel sector" and to "maximize the value of its brands." With two new hotels underway in the Middle East, LVMH is set to redefine the meaning of hospitality.
Breast Implants Minus the Anesthesia
The number of plastic surgeries may have taken a dip within the last few years, but with a rising group of doctors offering patients the option to remain awake during breast augmentations those statistics may reverse.
Graff Jewelry Heist Linked to The Pink Panthers
The gig is up. Well, almost. Detectives have determined that the Graff jewelry heist that occurred last August is a part of a larger ring of robberies conducted by The Pink Panthers -- a gang that has also been linked to the Cartier stickup in July 2009.
Saggy Pants Billboard Campaign Draws Slack
Should New York State Senator Eric Adams have known that his attempt to get young men to pull up their pants by resurrecting a series of billboards throughout Brooklyn would have attracted criticism from leaders in the streetwear industry including Russell Simmons, founder of Phat Farm and Argyle Culture, and Jeffrey Tweedy, vice president at Sean John? Maybe.