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

Lindsay Lohan Goes Glam for Vanity Fair
Don't call it a comeback! Former jailbird Lindsay Lohan goes Old Hollywood in a sexy new photo shoot for the October issue of Vanity Fair.
[Vanity Fair]

Brian Atwood to Launch Affordable Shoe Line for Jones
Brian Atwood has teamed up with Jones Apparel Group to launch B Brian Atwood, a contemporary, cost-efficient footwear line. Our feet are standing by.
[WWD]

Young Women Would Rather Look Like Christina Hendricks Than Kate Moss, Poll Says
A new Cosmopolitan UK poll has found that women would prefer to look like curvy "Mad Men" actress Christina Hendricks than waify Kate Moss. Way to kick a supermodel while she's down.
[Telegraph UK]

Lauren Bush Launches FEED Tote for American Schoolchildren
Political heir Lauren Bush is expanding her charitable FEED Project to ye olde United States of America. Bush teamed up with Gap's Patrick Robinson to design a denim tote that will raise money to improve the quality of food for American schoolchildren.
[WWD]

Head & Shoulders Insures Football Player's Hair for $1 Million
Pittsburgh Steeler Troy Polamalu's wild ringlets are being protected by a $1 million insurance policy taken out by Head & Shoulders. That's some pricey dandruff.
[StyleWatch]