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

Naomi Campbell Turns Retailer For Charity
The supermodel is opening a pop-up shop in London which will sell Fashion For Relief outfits and feature famous faces at the cash register. We'll be on the next flight over.
[Telegraph]

Vanessa Hudgens Flaunts Bikini Bod On Shape Magazine Cover
"High School Moo-sical?" Vanessa Hudgens opens up about her past unhealthy eating habits, which involved scarfing down Cold Stone Creamery ice cream.
[Daily Mail]

First Look At Emma Watson's Lancôme Photoshoot
Paris at night, Mario Testino and a gorgeous leather bomber and mini-dress. Just a day in the life of new Lancôme face Emma Watson, who's busy shooting her first ad campaign for the brand.
[Fab Sugar UK]

Store Sells Padded Bras For Eight-Year-Old Girls
UK chain Matalan has been caught selling padded training bras for eight-year-olds at "pocket money" prices. Busted -- not busty.
[The Sun]

Uniqlo Gives $25.6 Million To Japanese Red Cross Society
Time to give back: Japan-based retailer Uniqlo has donated over $25 million in support of earthquake and tsunami victims in Japan.
[BlackBook]

Daphne Guinness Denies Calling Victoria Beckham An "Ugly Pig"
Catfight in couture? Daphne Guinness speaks out against a story which quoted her as insulting Victoria Beckham, calling her "downbeat, miserable and awful."
[Vogue UK]

Hunter Launching Outerwear
We predict this clothing will go really well with your rain boots. Hunter is set to debut a collection of outerwear for fall.
[WWD]