Faux pas I'd like a fake fur jacket. I like the look of fur but don't want to wear real fur. Follicles' Friend, Admiralty The Dictator rules: Before you run off and splatter red paint around with your earth-saving pals, get stylish with one of these faux fur cover-ups. Go with easy-to-match light brown: try Martin Margiela's engulfing to-the-knee coat ($11,000; Joyce, Pacific Place, Admiralty, tel: 2523 5944). Or Tracy Reese's tiny shoulder cloak ($3,450; Seibu, Pacific Place, tel: 2971 3333). Or get a little funky, Betsey Johnson style, with her shaggy, short jacket in mixed, mauve/brown tones ($2,930; Seibu). For the ice princess or apres-ski sex kitten look, check out the little jacket by Marc Jacobs ($4,595; Pacific Place, tel: 2918 0208). You could go mysterious with Miss Sixty's black jacket ($1,990; Seibu). Be sure your fellow activists know it's not real. Wear it with slim jeans so you don't look like a blimp or a lost bear. Namedropper My name cards usually get crushed and grubby in my pocket/bag/wallet. Where can I buy a stylish name-card holder? Networker, Aberdeen The Dictator: Which means your pocket, bags and wallet are all grubby? Perhaps you should address your hygiene issues first. Although marketed to men, the sleek Tiffany Steamerica card case in sterling silver would look good in women's hands, too ($1,650; The Landmark, Central, tel: 2845 9853). If you like matching accoutrements, you can pick up a pen, cuff-links, money clip, key-ring, shoe-horn and more from the same range. It appears only men are thought to carry name cards at Lane Crawford, too (Pacific Place, 88 Queensway, tel: 2118 3668), whose gender-specific counter displays a wild blue fish skin and purple metallic leather card holder by Zouki Douk ($750), and classic crocodile cases in light or dark brown by Le Croc ($650). For something made by a woman for a woman, see how Kate Spade's slim card envelopes in coral red, navy or brown leather suit you ($450; Gateway II, Tsim Sha Tsui, tel: 3104 0855). Or take it to another level with Anya Hindmarch's black leather postal-themed holder - complete with a postage stamp and room for your own address or special note to be custom-embossed in gold within two to three months ($2,500; The Lee Gardens, Causeway Bay, tel: 2808 0218, www.AnyaHindmarch.com ). Guarding your money? Head to Muji for an aluminium or clear plastic flip-top card case (3/F, Lee Theatre Plaza, 99 Percival Street, Causeway Bay, tel: 2808 1306). Now network with pride. Shoe god I have noticed a lot of celebrities like Kate Hudson have been wearing Ugg boots. Where can I buy them or similarly slouchy flat boots? Toe Tapper, Repulse Bay The Dictator: Praise the shoe gods, we can't find them anywhere (and the website, www.uggaustralia.com , was not much help). So you've seen photos of them wearing sheepskin Ugg boots, but have you ever thought about whether they look good in them? Let me answer that for you: NO! If a woman of renowned beauty cannot look picture-perfect in them, how do you propose to pass them off? You might as well wear the equally silly Martin Margiela black suede versions with the geisha-like split toes ($1,500 to $1,900; Joyce, Pacific Place, Admiralty, tel: 2523 5944). If comfort is the issue, try on the brighter and sportier flat, red elastic boots at Prada ($2,500; Chater House, Central, call first to check they have some in stock tel: 2522 2989). Or preserve at least a modicum of style with Unisa's streamlined version in flattering slim cut, very soft beige, brown or green suede ($1,490; Seibu, Pacific Place, tel: 2971 3333).