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

Men's Wearhouse Expanding to Womenswear
Brace yourselves, career gals. Men's Wearhouse is set to open a chain of Women's Wearhouse stores next year. We guarantee it.
[NY Post]

Jo Malone Launching Keats-Inspired Fragrance
Roses are red, violets are blue, Jo Malone's new English Pear and Freesia scent might just be for you. The fragrance -- debuting in September -- is an odor-packed ode to poet John Keats.
[WWD]

Gucci Goes Green
Gucci has announced plans to start using recyclable packaging and eco-friendly mannequins. Mother Nature is no doubt raising the roof.
[Vogue UK]

Taxpayers Lash Out at "Sexy Heels in the City" College Course
A UK tax-funded college course which teaches young women how to strut around in heels has been criticized as a "silly gimmick." What would Miss J. Alexander say?
[Daily Express]

World Cup Ball Gown Made From Soccer Jerseys
Okay, this World Cup craze might be getting a tad out of hand. Exhibit A: Gallo's sporty frock made from more than 100 vintage soccer jerseys.
[Fab Sugar UK]