Must Read: Sarah Jessica Parker Debuts New Fragrance, Kanye West Apologizes to Nike's CEO

Plus, Vivienne Westwood raps.
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Plus, Vivienne Westwood raps.
Sarah Jessica Parker's Stash fragrance. Photo: Sarah Jessica Parker Beauty

Sarah Jessica Parker's Stash fragrance. Photo: Sarah Jessica Parker Beauty

These are the stories making headlines on Friday.

Sarah Jessica Parker debuts new fragrance, Stash
Meet Stash, Sarah Jessica Parker's latest scent — with notes of grapefruit zest, black pepper and sage — from her namesake beauty brand. Its bottle design is modeled off of a vintage apothecary glass and covered with a piece of black tape showcasing the celebrity entrepreneur's handwritten initials. The new fragrance is now available on SJPBeauty.com and will show up in Ulta stores starting Sept. 28. {Fashionista inbox}

Kanye West apologized to Nike's CEO on his "Saint Pablo" tour
Kanye West kicked off his "Saint Pablo" tour in Indiana on Thursday night. During his performance, the rapper announced an apology to Nike CEO Mark Parker, saying: "I apologize like a man for anything I ever did to you or your family." During his previous "Yeezus" tour in 2013, West bashed Parker for reportedly "talking shit" about his Yeezy sneakers. {Hypebeast}

Vivienne Westwood is a rapper now
Vivienne Westwood is making her rap debut on a new track by Mic Righteous, whom the designer met during a climate change march this past November. What's better: Westwood's self-written lyrics only took one take to record in the studio, according to the British rapper. {i-D}

Holt Renfrew's chief merchant Steven Cook steps down
Steven Cook, Holt Renfrew's chief merchant and senior vice president of buying and merchandising, will step down from his role and leave the company on Friday. Mario Grauso, who hails from Joe Fresh, will take over in September. The Toronto-based retailer also expects to announce a new hire from the U.S. for the women's fashion director position. {WWD}

Prada's net profits drop 25 percent in the first half of 2016
After seeing its lowest profits in five years in 2015, Prada reported its net profits have dropped by 25 percent for the first half of 2016. The Italian luxury brands continues to cite Asia, its largest market, as "challenging," while Latin America "performed very well" and the U.S. "remains tough." {WWD}

Christopher Bailey sold nearly 19,000 shares of Burberry stock
Burberry's Chief Executive and Chief Creative Officer Christopher Bailey has sold nearly 19,000 shares of stock, which values at £253,500 (about $333,358). The British brand's Chief Executive of the Asia-Pacific region Pascal Perrier also sold 72,162 shares, which is worth £985,732 (about $1.3 million).{The Times}

Watch the trailer for Lily-Rose Depp's new film with Natalie Portman 
Lily-Rose Depp's film career continues to take off. The first trailer for her upcoming drama Planetarium, alongside Natalie Portman, recently debuted on Thursday, and it highlights the Cool Teen™'s best acting skills thus far. {YouTube}

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