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

Amar'e Stoudemire Partnering On A Clothing Line With Rachel Roy?
Has fashion reached new heights? Rumor has it the Knicks' power forward is launching a women's collection with Rachel Roy as part of her Macy's label, Rachel Rachel Roy, due to launch next fall.
[New York Post]

Shopbop and Sephora Join Forces
In need of a pre-New Year's Eve beauty fix? Shopbop and Sephora have created a limited-edition makeup palette, featuring eye shadows, lip colors and blush.

Natalie Portman Gets A Digital Cover-Up
How cheeky! Natalie Portman's thong bikini bottoms are made more PG-friendly for her new film, "Your Highness," thanks to the addition of a pair of digital panties.
[Daily Mail]

Kirsten Dunst Shows Off A New 'Do
She's bangin'! Dunst's choppy bob has been updated with a new pair of blunt bangs, which the actress showed off at a private screening of her new film, "All Good Things."
[People StyleWatch]

Super Skinny Model Causes Concern On Revolve Clothing Website
Clothes, what clothes? Customers were so distracted by a super-skinny model on Revolve's website that the model in question has been sidelined until the girl reaches a healthier size.