I hate ugly airline blankets and other travel accessories ruining my look. I like to be stylish, even when I fly. Where can I find the right kit to keep me (ha, ha) 'upper class'. Frequent Styler, Stanley The Dictator rules: Well, excuuuuuse me. It sounds like you need a slap much more than you need extra stuff to carry on. Diane von Furstenberg has released her Travel Pal (HK$3,400; Diane von Furstenberg, shop 306, The Landmark, Central, tel: 2522 8782). What do you get for that down payment? A 'Red Lips' print cashmere travel pouch, which is lined in black leather and silk, contains a black cashmere blanket and ...well ... that's all. The Luxury Gift Company ( www.theluxurygiftcompany.com , then look under 'Travel Gifts') has a Travel Coccon set - we're still not sure if that's a typo and meant to read Cocoon. The set has a cashmere blanket and socks, as well as a matching cashmere and silk eye shade (that means mask). It sells for HK$1,755 (delivery costs US$20 extra) and comes in pink, beige, pale blue and navy blue. We cannot explain why, but we are quite taken with the quirky Cabin Cuddler blanket, complete with a foot pocket (about HK$273; www.cabincuddler.com ). For other interesting ways to make travel more comfortable (get your minds out of the gutter), check out www.flight001.com , even though the company doesn't deliver internationally yet. I really want to find some calf- or knee-length boots with low chunky heels that lace up. I have narrow feet and ankles. Can you please help me find some? Narrow Minded, Pok Fu Lam The Dictator: Whoa! I don't need a medical history, lady. Let's stick to the products, shall we? For the perfect fit, it would be best to get them custom made by one of the shoemakers I've mentioned ad nauseum. (Hello? LIII LIII, the shops along Wong Nai Chung Gap Road in Happy Valley, etc. Ring any bells?) Otherwise, Joyce Boutique (shop 334, Pacific Place, Admiralty, tel: 2523 5944) has great knee-length leather boots by Prima Base that lace up at the back (HK$4,200) and shorter, front-lacing boots with a cowboy heel by Ann Demeulemeester (HK$5,800). At the other end of the price scale, Nine West has a few styles with lace-up details for about HK$1,895, (shop 2334, Harbour City, Tsim Sha Tsui, tel: 2926 3813). We also love the long black leather boots at Hogan, but their lace detail is purely decorative (HK$5,200; shop 364, Pacific Place, tel: 2918 0181). While there, check out the shorter sporty pair, in metallic bronze, which lace up at the front (HK$3,600). I'm looking for silvery, glittery make-up for my eyes. Don't give me shimmer - I want much more than that. Christmas Fairy, Old Peak Road The Dictator: Why don't you do what exotic dancers and drag queens have done for ages? Get some stationery-store glitter and stick it on. OK, that might not be advisable, especially if you're as young as we think - or hope - you are. Head straight to Sasa (see store locations at www.sasa.com or call 2505 5023). There are cheaper options but we like I Nuovi's Glitterati make-up glitter (HK$98) best. Another dazzling idea comes from MAC, whose Soiree gift set includes a glitter-gel eyeliner along with a lip gloss and other sparkling cosmetics (HK$380; MAC, 555 Hennessy Road, Causeway Bay, tel: 2591 9833). Need we explain that the gel can be used on the entire lid or over eye shadow? Yes, best to spell it out. Otherwise, buy just what you need from Jemma Kidd Make Up School, which has a similar glitter eyeliner called Crushed Jewel Jel Liner (HK$180; Lane Crawford, Pacific Place, tel: 2118 3668). Finally, it doesn't look promising at first, but Anna Sui's Eye Glitter (HK$160; Seibu, Pacific Place, tel: 2971 3888) gives just the right balance of glitter without looking like you've stuck craft supplies on your face.