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

Princes Will and Harry Make Debuts on British GQ's Best-Dressed List 2011
Kate Middleton isn't the only one in royal circles being lauded for her dress sense. Both Prince William and Prince Harry landed on GQ's Best-Dressed List, alongside the likes of Robert Pattinson, David Beckham and Beckham's eight-year-old son, Romeo.
[Telegraph]

John Lennon's "Abbey Road" Suit Sells for $46,000
Beatlemania is still going strong: the white suit Lennon wore on the "Abbey Road" album cover sold for $46,000 at the Braswell Galleries' auction in Connecticut this weekend.
[Huffington Post]

Lady Gaga Bares Bottom for New Album Art
So the pantless appearances had a purpose, after all? The Lady's new artwork for the forthcoming "Born This Way" album, shot by Nick Knight, features a bare-bottomed Gaga.
[SHOWstudio]

Chaiken and Capone to Relaunch for Spring
Hooray! More figure-flattering pants to choose from next season. Nineties label Chaiken and Capone is making a comeback, hitting stores like Barneys Co-Op and Cusp by Neiman Marcus next month. Bonus: the price points are lower than before.
[WWD]

Kelly Osbourne Covers UK Cosmopolitan
Cover girl: the rock royal poses in retro looks as she opens up about comfort eating and losing weight.
[Daily Mail]

Tom Ford's Spring/Summer Women's Collection Video Released
Want more Tom Ford? The video from his intimate Spring/Summer collection (and much-lauded return to women's wear), featuring Beyoncé, Julianne Moore and others strutting their stuff on the catwalk, has been released.
[Grazia]