Where can I buy scented drawer liners in Hong Kong? Crabtree and Evelyn are not stocking them anymore. I thought about making my own but was concerned about the damage that the printing ink on the paper might do to white clothes. Lining Up, Lantau The Dictator rules: We're not sure who's more confused here: you, the sales assistant, or us. According to the people at Crabtree & Evelyn's (www. crabtree-evelyn.com.hk) head office, the scented drawer liners are not discontinued, they are just out of stock (and are usually sold at HK$225 for six sheets). As is often the case in retail, they were reluctant to promise exactly when new stock would arrive. You could put your name down and wait for the new supplies, order them online through retailers such as Amazon.com or branch out and try another brand. Rapee Living's Stanley outlet (shop 106, Stanley Plaza, tel: 2813 2373) has Cath Kidston drawer liners in lilac and lavender, lemon and geranium, or rose and carnation scents for just HK$199 for six sheets. We won't stop to ask why all of Hong Kong seems to be stockpiling these things. Moving right along, Bed & Bath (shop 206, Prince's Building, Central, tel: 2522 5151) is also running low on drawer liners but still has some by Gianna Rose in lavender scent with a classic toile de jouy print (HK$280 for six sheets). Organic Times (shop 12, The Peak Galleria, The Peak, tel: 2849 7980) takes a more natural approach with lavender scented sheets of 100 per cent cotton paper by Thurlby Herb Farm from Australia (HK$140 for four sheets). A final note about making your own: what are we missing here? You could use plain-white paper to avoid stains. Or, you could line your drawers with large homemade sachets filled with dried lavender or potpourri. Or, perhaps, just stick to ready-made. My maids have ruined my favourite garment; an Emilio Pucci one-piece swimsuit from the 2008 collection. I am desperate to find a replacement. I'm an Italian size 44 and am praying you can help. Slave of Fashion, Magazine Gap The Dictator: Take a look around. There are other things you should pray for. To put it another way: get over it, lady. That collection is long gone, even from the Lane Crawford Warehouse (25/F, Horizon Plaza, 2 Lee Wing Street, Ap Lei Chau, tel: 2118 3403). We asked them and the answer was negative. Even www.yoox.com and Netaporter's new www.outnet.com don't have said swimsuit. If you're that desperate, just get one second-hand (ew). For example, we found two swimsuits in the same print on eBay.com for only US$195 not including shipping, in sizes 46 and 48. Or suit yourself with a new one-piece from the 2009 collection from the Emilio Pucci boutique (about HK$4,700; shop 363, Pacific Place, Admiralty, tel: 2918 4698). You'd love Leonard's new swimwear in a similar palette (HK$2,400 to HK$3,200; shop 137, Prince's Building, tel: 2521 7733). While you're at it, see what's on offer at Missoni (shop 108, Lee Gardens Two, 1 Hysan Avenue, Causeway Bay, tel: 2577 6811), Vix and other brands at Rush Resort (G/F, Wilson House, 17 Wyndham Street, Central, tel: 3102 0558) and, of course, Matthew Williamson (Harvey Nichols, The Landmark, Central, tel: 3695 3388), who happens to have been Pucci's artistic director. The old swimsuit is dead. Long live the new one.