Arch duchess What separates stars such as Oprah Winfrey, Jennifer Lopez and Kate Hudson from the rest of us mere mortals? It's all in the arch, according to tweezer queen Anastasia Soare (right), who has plucked each of these stars to perfection. The Beverly Hills-based brow expert is at the InterContinental Hong Kong hotel in Tsim Sha Tsui this week, where she will teach staff at the newly expanded I-Spa salon her top-secret grooming techniques. Soare will also be introducing her own line of colour cosmetics and eyebrow kits, and will be taking personal appointments from Thursday to Saturday. For more information or to make a booking, call 2721-1211. J.Glow Talking of Jennifer Lopez, the actress, fashion designer and modern-day diva's signature scent will be introduced at Seibu (Windsor House, Causeway Bay and Pacific Place, Admiralty) this month. Glow by J.Lo is a fresh but sexy fragrance that combines neroli and grapefruit with big-bottom notes such as soft musk, sandalwood, amber and vanilla. The curvaceous bottle was inspired by Lopez's body, and her name is written in - what else? - rhinestones. In addition to eau de toilette (from $210 to $385), a shower gel ($140) and body lotion ($150) are available. For Dior From rivals John Galliano and Hedi Slimane come two new denim ranges for Dior. Galliano's six-piece women's collection, called Diorling, has just hit the shops. It features washed-out black and indigo jean jackets, skirts and trousers - both high- and low-waisted - with hot pink top-stitching and buckle details. Sli-mane's new range, which was an integral part of his men's spring fashion show, are handmade on tradi-tional wool looms in Japan. Available in a treated gabardine or aged denim, they feature tab fronts and razor-sharp seams. Set aside your size now because they're sure to sell out at Joyce come March. Great vision It may be 39 issues old but Visionaire, the must-have cult-fashion and art magazine, shows no sign of slowing down. The latest issue is called Play and features 16 flip books by cutting-edge photographers, artists and directors including Karl Lagerfeld, Nick Knight, Tony Oursler, Pedro Almodovar and Wong Kar-wai. Packaged in a chic, black wooden crate, it's worth reserving at Page One locations. Natural poise Environmentally conscious beauty brand Aveda looked east for its latest products. Light Elements Smoothing Fluid ($240) and Finishing Solution ($210) are part of a new collection of hairstyling and finishing items inspired by three elements of nature: light, air and water. Developed by high-profile Japanese hairstylist Miho Matsuura, the collection is formulated to condition while providing lightweight control. Try the smoothing fluid on wet or dry hair for heightened movement and shine, or apply the finishing solution to dry hair to tame those wayward strands. Two more products, Light Elements Reviving Mist, an all-in-one cleanser, conditioner and styling aid, and medium-weight wax Defining Whip will go on sale in June. Call 2737-3026 or see www.aveda.com for more information on all products.