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

Jason Wu Designing Bridal for Net-a-Porter
Jason Wu is going bridal with a new collection of wedding dresses set to hit Net-a-Porter.com in January. That gives us two months to find a husband.
[WWD]

Nivea Wrinkle Cream Ad Banned in UK
Britain's Advertising Standards Authority has banned a TV ad for Nivea Visage Anti-Wrinkle Q10 Plus because it confused viewers with claims that 37 percent of women feel 10 years younger. Where's Don Draper when you need him?
[Daily Mail]

Wedding Dress-Clad Brides Race for Designer Shoes
Yesterday 30 brides-to-be raced around NYC in wedding gowns for Wedding Central's designer "shoe frenzy" competition. Just wait 'til they hear about Jason Wu.
[NPR]

Former "ANTM" Judge Nolé Marin Sued for Sexual Harassment
A male model has accused former "America's Next Top Model" judge Nolé Marin of sexually harassing him. Say it ain't so!
[The Cut]

High School Football Player Cut Over Pink Breast Cancer Awareness Shoes?
A high school football player is suing his school district over claims that he was cut from the team for wearing pink cleats in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Foul!
[USA Today]