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

Isabella Blow Auction Cancelled
The early bird catches the McQueen. Christie's has called off its auction of the late Isabella Blow's high fashion wardrobe after a private buyer (rumored to be fellow Alexander McQueen devotee Daphne Guinness) bought the lot.
[WWD]

Pregnant Women Warned Against Flip-Flips, Uggs, Heels
A lot of women will be barefoot and pregnant if podiatrists have their way. A new poll has caused docs to advise mamas-to-be to stop wearing ballet flats (no!), flip-flops (boo!), high heels (sob!) and, er, Uggs (okay, if you insist...).
[BBC]

School Bans Skirts For Students Under 15
A British school is forcing female students to wear trousers until they hit Year 11 (around age 15-16) as short skirts were putting the girls "at risk." Funny, our dad told us the same thing...
[Daily Mail]

American Apparel Accused of Hiring Based on Physical Attractiveness
In news that should surprise absolutely no one, Gawker has exposed looks-based hiring practices at American Apparel, which includes taking head-to-toe photos of job applicants. All that hassle just to fold zebra-print leggings?
[The Frisky]

Agyness Deyn Launches NAAG Mag
Agyness Deyn's fashion/lifestyle online magazine NAAG has finally debuted. We might give the hair advice a miss though.
[Fab Sugar UK]

Kylie Minogue Vamps for BlackBook Magazine
Pop diva Kylie Minogue dons a racy cutout swimsuit in a steamy new shoot for the June/July issue of BlackBook. At least she left the handcuffs at home this time.
[Just Jared]

Parents Outraged At Shops Selling Heels for Three-Year-Olds
Happy now, Suri Cruise? Parents group Mumsnet is taking aim at retailers that sell heels for little girls which "look more suited to a lap-dancing club."
[Daily Mail]