Just for Dad

A look at some ex­quis­ite gifts to cel­e­brate the most im­por­tant man in your life.

The Star Malaysia - Star2 - - Style - — Bervin Cheong

FA­THER’S Day is just around the cor­ner. Have you al­ready thought about what to get daddy dear­est this time around? If you’re will­ing to dig a lit­tle deep into your pock­ets, here are some ideas to keep a dis­cern­ing man happy.

He’s a man who plays, watches, reads, and dreams about ten­nis? Then he’ll need th­ese Cole Haan GrandPro shoes. They are en­gi­neered for on-the-go liv­ing, while de­liv­er­ing an in­no­va­tive spin on a clas­sic sil­hou­ette.

If you can’t buy dad a hol­i­day, help him pack for one in­stead. Tumi’s Al­pha Bravo Luke Roll Top back­pack is de­signed with a zip­pered pass-through back sec­tion, al­low­ing easy ac­cess to the main com­part­ment.

Dads who are more sar­to­ri­ally in­clined will ap­pre­ci­ate a new pair of kicks from Dior. The de­signer la­bel’s Sum­mer 2017 col­lec­tion com­bine sports­wear el­e­ments with a sense of pol­ished util­ity.

Ver­sace re­fines footwear with the finest leathers and ex­tra­or­di­nary crafts­man­ship this sea­son. Don’t worry, san­dals are def­i­nitely mak­ing a come­back – just make sure that dad doesn’t wear them with socks.

Pass on the gift of writ­ing by pre­sent­ing him with a Mont­blanc pen. The mai­son’s lim­ited edi­tion Unicef col­lec­tion fea­tures al­pha­betin­spired de­signs, which sig­nify the im­por­tance of ed­u­ca­tion as a force of good.

Does your fa­ther rock your world? Show him that with the San­tos de Cartier sun­glasses. They come with a brushed plat­inum fin­ish and grey po­larised lenses – plus a gold mo­tif of the world map.

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