Some dads have tightly curated closets and care deeply about investment-quality garments and accessories. It’s not so much that they love luxury, but rather they appreciate quality craftsmanship and tasteful design. They also know what they want — that makes them notoriously difficult to shop for. So this Father’s Day, put in a little extra thought when choosing a gift and explore brands that make industry-leading pieces — here are some options to get you started.
OneBlade Single Edge Razors
At this point in dad’s life, he deserves to make razor burn and irritating shaves a thing of the past, and OneBlade’s suite of intuitive safety-edge razors is just the ticket. Each razor delivers a close, comfortable and forgiving shave thanks to the patented head that ensures a perfect shave position and angle at all times. These precisely-engineered razors are just the thing to make dad’s morning routine the smoothest it’s ever been.
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Louis Vuitton Sun Song Cologne
With this cologne, perfumer Jacques Cavallier Belletrud created a distinctly warm-weather fragrance: orange-blossom in full bloom, embellished with citron and musk. You’re nostalgic for Sun Song as soon as you climb into bed, but the morning promises its return.
Lotuff Zipper Credit Card Wallet
Made in New England, this wallet is cut from tumbled, vegetable-tanned leather and features a solid-brass YKK-Excella zipper. It is available in eight unique colors and can be monogrammed upon request.
Jacques Marie Mage Fitzgerald Sunglasses
Designer Jerome Mage pays homage to JFK with these sculptural acetate sunglasses. Made in Japan from 10mm tortoiseshell acetate, they feature light-brown lenses and 18-karat gold hardware.
Drake’s Linen Overshirt
Drake’s is, perhaps, best known for making world-class ties, but it also makes a tasteful line of clothing. Made in England, this overshirt is cut from indigo linen and features two front buttoned flap pockets.
Hamilton Custom Shirts
For over 135 years, family-run Hamilton Shirts has crafted some of the best shirts money can buy. While you can find an off-the-rack style as a gift, consider investing in a custom shirt — it’s worth the extra money.
The Elder Statesman Cashmere-Blend T-Shirt
Los Angeles cashmere brand the Elder Statesman makes an incredible range of high-end knits. Probably the most accessible (and most summer-appropriate) are its t-shirts. They’re soft, breathable and easy to incorporate into any wardrobe.
Monitaly Canvas Shorts
Monitaly designer Yuki Matsuda took inspiration from vintage military uniforms when creating these shorts. They have a loose fit — perfect for weekend wear — and are made with olive drab canvas.
Anonymous Ism Ribbed Socks
These Japanese ribbed socks are made on vintage machines from the ’70s that orginally produced knits for the military. The storm-blue color has a high-low contrast that sets it apart from mass-manufactured styles.
Rancourt Horsebit Loafers
Made in Maine, these loafers feature Italian mimosa calfskin leather uppers and oil-treated leather outsoles. They are fully lined with tan cowhide, utilize handsewn moccasin construction and are available in sizes 5 to 14.
Malin+Goetz Revitalizing Eye Cream
This lightweight treatment is especially formulated to refresh tired eyes. It features peptides to reduce the look of lines and wrinkles, algae to stimulate skin renewal and sunflower oil to protect against free radicals, among other things.