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

Gucci To Launch New Men's Scent
After the success of Gucci Guilty for women (we can't help but think that steamy Evan Rachel Wood ad had something to do with it), Gucci is launching a men's version of the scent in March.
[WWD]

Unhealthy Lifestyles Fuel Premature Aging Epidemic
Want to stay wrinkle-free? Then stub out those ciggies and avoid those sunbeds: a new study finds unhealthy habits cause the average woman to look over four years older than she actually is.
[Daily Mail]

Another Royal Engagement Announced
Prince William's cousin, Zara Phillips, got engaged to rugby player Mike Tindall. Too bad all eyes will be on what Kate Middleton's wearing at the wedding.
[Vogue UK]

Royal Mint Releases First Coin of Prince William and Kate Middleton
You know you've made it when your face gets onto the national currency. A commemorative £5 coin featuring an engraving of Kate and Will has been released.
[Telegraph]

VF Acquires Rock & Republic for $57 Million
No longer rockin': the trademarks and intellectual property of the bankrupt Rock & Republic have been acquired by VF Corp; owner Michael Ball will exit the business.
[WWD]

Lady Gaga Steps Out in Paris, Forgets Her Pants
I see London, I see France, I see Gaga's underpants! The singer went from belly-baring to butt-flashing as she went shopping at Bruce Field in Paris.
[People]