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

Marilyn Monroe Gown Sells for More Than $300K
The iconic pink gown Marilyn Monroe wore in "Gentlemen Prefer Blondes" has been sold for nearly $314,000 at auction. That sucker had better fit.
[Telegraph]

Julien Macdonald Brands Plus-Size Models a "Joke"
Designer Julien Macdonald, a judge on "Britain's Next Top Model" claims that plus-size models are a "joke" and "looked down on." Where's Lady Gaga's middle finger when you need it?
[The Sun]

Selfridges Named Best Department Store in the World
Shed a wee tear today for Barneys and Bloomie's, who were beat out by London's Selfridges as the best department store in the world. Must be the shoes...
[Vogue UK]

Gucci Group Mulling Lawsuit Over McQueen-Inspired Cadbury's Ad
The Gucci Group is said to getting legal advice over an ad for Cadbury's Flake that features a high fashion hologram similar (and, indeed, created by the same guy) as Alexander McQueen's legendary 2006 show. A bucket of chocolate bars should do it.
[Fab Sugar UK]

Sonia Rykiel Eyeing U.S. Market
Hold on to your berets, Francophiles. French fashion house Sonia Rykiel is launching a bid to storm the American market.
[WWD]

Sarah Palin Denies Implant Claims
Sarah Palin has denied claims that she is packing breast implants. They're real, and they're spectacular, you betcha!
[Us Magazine]