You really need to help me. I've been using the Tony & Tina 'Flesh' Glamour Powder for face, cheeks and eyes - the colour is perfect and the texture is wonderful - but now I can't find the Tony & Tina counter anywhere. Powder Queen, Mid-Levels The Dictator rules: I don't 'really need' to do anything. You 'really need' to chill out. Face facts, your favourite Tony & Tina face powder is gone. Finito. Kaput. With all the multi-use powders around these days, it should not be such a drama. Check out Dirty Girl Shimmer Powder ($138; Lane Crawford Times Square, tel: 2118 3638) or try one of Benefit's beautifully packaged powders, from the Georgia peach tone to recent addition bronzed Dallas ($270; Lane Crawford Times Square). Make your way to Sasa for one of Colour Zone's cute sparkly powder balls ($38) or Loose Powder in a Brush by Bourjois ($220). Still not happy? Try looking for old Tony & Tina stock online. We have spotted your beloved product on eBay. I have two chunky, gold-plated, almost vintage Kai-yin Lo necklaces. The gold plating has worn off and I want to get them replated, but it appears she no longer has a shop in Hong Kong. I sent an e-mail some time ago but have not received a reply. I have also contacted a few jewellers but they won't do just two pieces. Do you know anyone who will? It's urgent - I am leaving Hong Kong in two weeks. Gold Digger, Central The Dictator: Shame on you. Gold-plated? What's the point? Let me clean up the mess you've made. Try contacting the helpful and connected Mo at Saturn Essentials (36 Pottinger Street, Central, tel: 2537 9335). If she can't help, I doubt anyone can, but you could also try Superstar Jewellery (shop 213, The Galleria, 9 Queen's Road Central, tel: 2526 0507) or Mariane Jewellery & Watches (21F Hankow Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, tel: 2376 1377). I haven't listed any prices, but take your necklaces to them for a quote. Where can I get stylish embroidered jeans for men without paying through the nose? In Stitches, Wan Chai The Dictator: What an attractive image. Only high-concept or pretentious brands would create such a silly item of clothing, so you're going to have to pay. Embroidered men's jeans aren't exactly being sold to the masses. Ultra-hip label Evisu takes a quirky, Japanese approach to design and has a variety of printed and embroidered styles (from $1,875 to $3,300; Dmop, 11 On Lan Street, Central, tel: 2840 0822). You might also like the Chinese motifs embroidered on the rear right pocket of Red Monkey Company's limited-edition jeans ($1,890 to $2,390; Lane Crawford Pacific Place, Admiralty, tel: 2118 3668). I.t (shop 109, Style House, Causeway Bay, tel: 2577 2311; www.ithk.com ) and Miss Sixty (shop B, 55 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay, tel: 2892 0905) might have worthy candidates in the near future.