SALVATORE Ferragamo Pour Femme, the Italian fashion house's debut perfume, was unveiled the other week at a cocktail party in the Ferragamo family's Florence palazzo in front of 500 international retailers, distributors, journalists and assorted glitterati. Afterwards family matriarch Wanda Ferragamo hosted a dinner in the palazzo's inter-connecting salons. Although the fragrance will not be available in stores until later this year, a sexy advertising campaign (in which the models leave their clothes on, unlike Gucci's sizzling promo shots) is already up and running. The fragrance is a result of a joint venture between Ferragamo and Bulgari. a death in the family ITALIAN society has been mourning the loss of fashion scion Alessandro Pucci, who was killed in a car crash in Tuscany on April 17. The 30-something heir to the Pucci fashion and accessories house had been working with his sister, Laudomia, on successfully reviving the name that their father, Emilio, began in the 1940s. (The line, with its modern interpretations of the signature Op-Art prints, is currently being carried locally by Joyce.) costume drama LOOKING for the perfect swimsuit? Try the Lingerie Cafe on Wyndham Street, where owner Amy Chong is selling a range of enticing French one-pieces, bikinis and wraps. Fresh colours and vivid prints abound on the Zeke line, while Herve Leger's cossies are cut in the designer's trademark bosom-boosting, tummy-flattening shape. If that's not enough camouflage, there are plenty of wraps on offer: perfect for hiding those winter pounds. Prices range between $600 and $800. jungle book THE prize for best bumph of the week goes to Kenzo Parfums for its Jungle Pour Homme fragrance promotion. The publicity kit consists of a sheet of card covered with 'pockets' containing the spices used in the fragrance: nutmeg, musk mallow seeds, 'mate', Lebanon blue cedar and something called benzoin of Siam. Break open the sachets and use the spices to add zip to stale pot pourri or sprinkle in a lingerie drawer. It smells okay too. child's play FIVE-year-old Natasha Hotung, granddaughter of Eric Hotung, stole the show at last week's fund-raising performance of Madame Butterfly, held to benefit children's charities Playright and Treats. She played the daughter of Madame Butterfly and Lieutenant Pinkerton in this performance bythe European Chamber Orchestra. Betty Tung, patron of Treats, was her usual gracious self, managing to be both humorous and earnest as she outlined the need to improve recreational services for Hong Kong children. Still, a three-hour opera featuring a succession of intense arias can be a bit exhausting after a pleasant meal and lots of wine (which would explain the dozing heads scattered around the Grand Hyatt ballroom). Most guests stuck it out. There was the usual socialite/celebrity attendance, with women dressed in everything from silk twinset and skirt (Cartier's Maggie Yeung-Bauml) to full-length billowing skirt and South Sea pearls (Suzanne Zigal). One of the most chic looks going - the sleek ponytail - was nicely carried off by Reina Chau, who wore a simple fluid black and white number. The event raised $1.5 million, which will be split between the two charities.