Show your love for daddy dearest this Fathers Day with these cool fashion picks

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  • Sunday, 12 Jun 2022

Paul Smith’s Spring/Summer 2022 collection is a celebration of individuality and personality. Photo: Paul Smith

With Fathers Day coming up on June 19, it is once again the time to think of the best gift that represents your love.

Is your dad a dandy gentleman? Then you probably have it easy.

No matter if he is more of a traditionalist or a modern maverick, there is always something from the vast pool of fashion brands you can pick from.

From ready-to-wear to accessories, here are some suggestions to consider.

Daddy cool

Paul Smith’s Spring/Summer 2022 collection is a celebration of individuality and personality. The ready-to-wear pieces echo an optimistic tone, with a zip-up cycling jersey, vivid orange peak lapel suit, sunflower-print panelled camp-collar shirt and lots more. Styling is intentionally kept simple to reflect an uncomplicated, carefree approach to modern warm-weather dressing.

Read more: After two years of indoor dressing, menswear steps out into the world again

Made to measure

For a man who loves watches, Teknon may fit his needs. This brand allows for the creation of mechanical timepieces that stand out. Choose from three customisable components: Automatic movement module, case and strap. They can easily be assembled and disassembled into any watch combination without the use of tools or specialised knowledge – giving wearers the ability to create striking combinations.

Grand in green

Berluti is inspired by nature, fauna and the mineral world this season. The Un Jour Mini briefcase for example, features a luxe shade mimicking the metallic reflections of a beetle’s armour. Look a little closer and you will notice that it also has a tonal gradient. This brings a rich visual depth to the design, making it the perfect accessory to dress up a dull boardroom attire.

Read more: The 'coastal grandmother' look is currently fashion's hottest trend

Classic with a modern twist

Inspired by 1980s style, the new Giorgio Armani Icon optical glasses have a rounded panto shape. To be sure that it can catch all eyes, the frame is made of tortoiseshell acetate with honey and amber tones. Restyling an archive model, the frame also features a slim bridge and metal temples with an acetate temple tip, which are reminiscent of classic eyewear.

He means business

As everyone heads back into the office, maybe we will all have a use for a card holder again? Sandro’s latest offerings include a range of pretty nifty leather accessories. The brand focuses on comfortable and leisurely looks, but it does not ignore the needs of business-savvy gents. A clean, modest but still extremely chic aesthetic is what you can expect.

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