The Body Shop is continuing its 'Self-Esteem Campaign' - designed to get Hong Kong's young people to feel good about themselves - by holding a forum tomorrow afternoon. The event will be chaired by politician Christine Loh, with guests representing organisations like Mother's Choice, the Hong Kong Association of Business and Professional Women and the Kely Support Group. For information, call Collina Wong at 25426341. Freshen up International cosmetics giant Sanofi is re-launching the Stendhal brand in the face of increasing competition from a new slew of hip beauty names which include Nars, Stila and Laura Mercier. Stendhal's international marketing director is visiting Hong Kong in mid-June to brief members of the beauty press and trade about how the brand is evolving. For information, call Balenciaga Hong Kong Ltd (the local agent for Stendhal) at 25456769. No wrinkles More and more men - especially those who travel frequently - are seeking out crease-resistant suits. International names that specialise in ultra-fine suits designed not to wrinkle include Ermenegildo Zegna and Hugo Boss. Now Alfred Dunhill has launched a specific 'Traveller Range', which includes a blazer, suit and two pairs of trousers, all created to be interchangeable. Jackets also come with extra pockets to accommodate flight tickets and passports. The line will be launched in Alfred Dunhill boutiques from early June. Gucci to go Gucci is drawing more attention to its under-rated luggage and home accessories collections. The highlight of a June 18 luncheon at the Peninsula Hotel will be the Hong Kong launch of Gucci's new canvas line (with a double-G logo), which is a 1990s revision of the original.