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.

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.

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.