Ensemble piece Conceptual New York fashion collective As Four has finally landed in Hong Kong. Composed of first-names-only-please designers Adi, Ange, K.A.I. and Gaby, the quartet does everything together: from designing and photography to styling and socialising. Noted for its unexpected fabrics (think bubble-wrap trousers and foam dresses), the line centres around a simple concept: the circle. 'Life comes from a circle,' they say. 'All forms come from that.' Geometry aside, As Four's sculptural shoulder bags are a favourite of fashion's intelligentsia. Get one (or two, or three - you can stack them on one another) from $1,111 to $3,333 at I.T locations. Hair say French accessories designer Nadine Delepine has a thing for hair. Having abandoned her law career for fashion in 1992, Delepine decorates barrettes, baubles, pins and even hairbands with all manner of pretty little nothings: fabric rosebuds, diamante dragonflies, rhinestone bows, butterflies ... every five-year-old's fantasy come true. Delepine has also extended her collection to include handbags, hats, scarves and stoles and is expected to launch a ready-to-wear line soon. In the meantime, get a head start at Styletrek in The Landmark, Central, and Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui. Cold comfort What to do when you're a cute cable-TV personality with a passion for fashion? Open your own shop, of course. Brian Wong, a VJ for YMC, is branching out into retail with his shop, icilike (2/F, 4 Cannon Street, Causeway Bay). 'It's still a work in progress,' says Wong, who spends most of his off-air time in the shop. 'I want to create an environment where local designers can come and sell their clothes on consignment, where people can stop by and exchange CDs or just hang out.' The shop, which opened on January 1, also stocks accessories, streetwear, Muji products and concert T-shirts - a reminder of Wong's day job. Which doesn't explain why he displays Britney Spears and Belle & Sebastian T-shirts side by side. Sacrilege! A spa is born Good news for fans of Australian skin, hair and body care line Jurlique. The cult homeopathic brand, launched 18 years ago by husband-and-wife team Jurgen and Ulrike Klein, has just opened its own spa in the Kowloon Hotel (19-21 Nathan Road, Tsim Sha Tsui). Stocking more than 200 products - all made of essential oils and ingredients grown on the company's organic farm in the Adelaide hills - the Jurlique Wellness Spa offers all sorts of stress-relieving services including facials, aromatherapy massage, body exfoliation, hand and foot treatments, beauty treatments and hydrotherapy facilities. Highly recommended: the blue cypress-based products and bodywork treatments, a favourite of athletes at last year's Olympics. Call 2368-3500 to book an appointment.