Everyone Can Bite Sarah Jessica Parker

  • The day has arrived at last: Sarah Jessica Parker's Bitten line hits the shelves at a Steve & Barry's. And yes, we'll be there! [FabSugar]
  • Hermes shares have gone apeshit lately, like a lot of luxury goods companies have, for a lot of takeover type pseudo-reasons that basically boil down to this: Making expensive accessories is like eighty times more lucrative, and a thousand times easier, than making, say, cars. [WSJ]
  • Wal-Mart's Sam's Club division was selling fake Fendi bags for as much as $525. So much for everyday low prices! But now they've paid Fendi an undisclosed "I'm sorry" sum. [WSJ, sub req'd]
  • In a shocking revelation, Kate Moss confirms that her "designs" for her Topshop line involve making minor alterations on existing pieces (designed by, you know, designers). In stores soon! [WWD, last item]
  • Forever 21's latest way to part fools (us) with money: Their new collection Twelve by Twelve, which is designed to go together as a collection and embodies the look of "the new 30." Who is the new 30, you might ask? All those twentysomethings who dress like senior citizens but have the metabolisms of — wait for it — twelve-year-olds! [WWD]
  • Helena Christensen takes her antiques and clothing store Butik, currently operating exclusively in Manhattan's West Village, across the pond to London's Notting Hill. [FabSugar]
  • Conceptual artist Damien Hirst, whose work is sort of like the highbrow version of the Vice Gross Jar (although when we say "highbrow" we have no idea what specifically is highbrow about it), is producing a jewelry line. We hope to see a gold-plated bologna sandwich danging from the wrists of the stars soon. [Vogue UK]