Father’s Day gift ideas: From Armani sunglasses to special edition Lagavulin whisky

Whether your old man likes to relax with a scotch or impress the office with his stylish new fashion accessories, these items are sure to make him happy this Sunday

Ted Baker shoe polishing kit

£40, tedbaker.com

It's an axiomatic truth of the universe: dads love a pair of well-polished shoes. Now he can do it in style with this smart shoe shine kit from Ted Baker. The leather case contains two different polishes, brushes and a cloth for buffing.

Paul Smith cufflinks

£75, paulsmith.co.uk

These brightly coloured Paul Smith cufflinks are a great way of brightening up formal wear. Perfect if your dad wears a suit but wants to convey some personality.

Georgio Armani sunnies

£355, armani.com

Understated but cool, subtle but stylish, these sunglasses from Georgio Armani are the ultimate accessory for dad, just in time for summer.

Cambridge Satchel Company bridge closure bag

£185, cambridgesatchel.com

This fine company has just launched its debut menswear collection and a stand-alone menswear store at Seven Dials, Covent Garden. Celebrate by buying this handsome satchel for your dad. Plus, it gives you a chance to say “Papa’s got a brand new bag”.

Patek Philippe watch (ref 5123R)

Gentleman’s Rose Gold Calatrava Strap
£16,300, patek.com
Patek’s immaculately crafted timepieces are made to be passed down from father to son, but why not buck the trend and pass one up the chain to your dear old dad. Nothing beats the Swiss horological masters in terms of sheer timeless quality.

Tudor Pelagos diving watch

Titanium strap with black dial
If your dad has an adventurous side, he’ll be thrilled with this ruggedly beautiful mechanical diving watch. It blends excellent craftsmanship with raffish good looks and will be as comfortable at a weekend BBQ as it will at the bottom of the ocean.

Lagavulin Distiller Edition

£73.95 thewhiskyexchange.com

Pipe down ale drinkers, there's only one contender for the ultimate dad drink and that's whiskey. If you're planning on shelling out for the real amber nectar this father's day you can't go wrong with a Lagavulin Distiller Edition. Rich, peaty and unmistakable, it's the aficionado's choice.

Bleu de Chanel

£80 for 150ml selfridges.com

Everybody appreciates a new bottle of fragrance and Bleu de Chanel remains our number one pick. The peppery, citrusy top notes and ginger and sandalwood base notes make this a distinctly masculine fragrance that will go down a treat on father’s day.

Dunhill card holder

€590, dunhill.com

Few brands have the rare mark of quality associated with Dunhill and any father would be pleased to receive this beautifully crafted carbon fibre card holder. The design is based on the aerodynamic “push rod” from the suspension of a Formula 1 car.

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