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Fashion Editor's Picks: 25 Father's Day Gift Ideas For All Budgets

Here, you'll find something cool for pops whatever your budget is.
Below $100
Give his grooming ritual an artisanal touch with something from this 799-year-old Florentine pharmacy brand which was started by Dominican friars and still, hand produces its products using centuries-old recipes. This bar of soap – available in well-loved scents like colonia russa, patchouli, potpourri, sandalwood, and vetiver – is gentle enough for all skin types and features a formula enriched with whole milk.   Santa Maria Novella men’s soap, $27.10, Below $100
Reading glasses made for folks with long-sightedness are usually more about function than form. But, the ones by French eyewear label Izipizi come with plenty of debonair options such as this aviators silhouette with a tortoiseshell effect.   Izipizi rubber reading glasses, $55, Below $100
Poker is said to be the most popular table sport in the world and this tome is a much-needed 101 for the dad who wants to master it. Inside, he’ll find pages filled the history of poker, the psychology behind it, as well as the dictionary of terms and the hacks to acing the game.   Poker The Ultimate Book, $75, Below $100
Happy hour will be a more stylish affair when he makes his favourite cocktail using this contemporary piece of barware that features lead-free crystal and sleek copper-hued metal top.   Nude crystal and metal cocktail shaker, $68, Below $100
If he appreciates pulp art or cheeky humour, then this graphic shirt by homegrown punk-inspired streetwear label Pras The Bandit will do the trick thanks to the riotous print that includes a Michelin Man mascot with a tiger’s head.   Pras The Bandit cotton shirt, $87.20, Below $500
Blended with notes of blossoms from the bitter orange tree, ambergris and verbena, this unisex fragrance is a perfect day time fragrance for the man who appreciates a smooth citrus scent.    Creed Neroli Sauvage Eau de Parfum, $280 for 100ml, Below $500
Thrill your old man with this Americana classic which features a wicked print of licking flames that Converse resurrected from its ’70s archives.   Converse canvas and rubber sneakers, $120, Below $500
This irreverent design by the German porcelain company will come in handy for the bouquets dad will be receiving for Father’s Day. Beyond that occassion, it will serve as a quirky Pop Art sculpture in his study. Rosenthal Paper Bag porcelain vase, US$140 (S$195),  Below $500
Why not do some good while shopping for your dad? Twenty per cent of the proceeds from the sale of this cap will go towards supporting Balenciaga’s ongoing support of the World Food Programme which aims to end the problem of global hunger by 2030.   Balenciaga Supports The World Food Programme cotton cap, $495, Below $1,000
Looking for something for the skater dad? This croco-effect leather wallet with the chain hardware will be a rad choice.   Saint Laurent by Anthony Vaccarello embossed calfskin chain wallet, $790, Below $1,000
Indulge the rockstar dad with this shaver which comes with a handsome canvas case printed with the house’s vintage-inspired monogram.   Celine by Hedi Slimane brass razor with Triomphe canvas holder, $830, Below $1,000
The smiley emoji buttons on this classic white shirt will literally put a smile on his face.   Loewe Paula’s Ibiza 2020 featuring Smiley® Collection cotton shirt, $790, Below $1,000
Woven in Germany and screen printed in France, this 90cm x 150cm vibrant design is something he would proudly pack for the next beach holiday.   Terry cloth beach towel, $820, Below $1,000
Instead of the usual logo-emblazoned T-shirt, why not go for something a little more artistic such as this piece which features what the brand calls a “glitch” effect?   Cotton T-shirt, $800,       Below $5,000
Techie dads and audiophiles will appreciate the rich bass and crisp highs produced by this industrial-inflicted design which can also act as a voice-activated multiroom music player.   Transparent Speaker aluminium and glass speaker, $1,985, Below $5,000
The fashion-forward dad will love this bold ‘murse’ design that riffs on the cult and street style hit that is the Pouch clutch that Bottega Veneta’s creative director Daniel Lee created for the womenswear collection.   Bottega Veneta The Body Pouch nylon crossbody bag, $2,720, Below $5,000
This Brutalist-inspired design will be the perfect throne for any man cave.   101 Copenhagen Brutus fibre concrete armchair, $1,378, Below $5,000
The aesthetic game of this travel-friendly ping pong paddles is off the charts: cue the Monogram Eclipsed canvas covers and the custom holder for the regulation balls.   Wood, canvas and wood ping pong set, $3,350, Louis Vuitton Below $5,000
Signet rings are the quintessential man bling. This minimalist number lets him channel something that is less The Godfather and more dapper James Bond.   18K yellow gold and sterling silver signet ring, US$1,100 (S$1,530), Below $5,000
This smart TV can be swivelled to achieve a horizontal or vertical orientation. Not only is it going to be a conversational piece for the home, it is also built to optimise our social media viewing habits.   43″ The Sero QLED LS05 4K Smart TV, $2,582, For the man who has everything
This futuristic and ultra-thin automatic timepiece –  the 40mm case measures 5.5mm thick – is the ultimate statement horology piece.    Octo Finissimo ceramic watch on matching bracelet, $22,000,   For the man who has everything
Swap the classic briefcase for something more playful like this men’s bag which takes after Fendi’s iconic women’s Peekaboo top handle design.   FF Logo Peekaboo leather briefcase, $6,950, Fendi For the man who has everything
Who can say no to a timepiece that checks the box for its timeless masculine design and practicality – in this case, an interchangeable leather bracelet?   Santos de Cartier 18K yellow gold and steel watch with matching bracelet and interchangeable leather bracelet, $14,300, For the man who has everything
Here’s something that the art-inclined guy might appreciate. Titled ‘Poison Ivy’, this embroidered wall art is one of eight unique pieces from the tie-up between London-based menswear designer Craig Green and Spanish-born visual artist Saelia Aparicio who is known for her dystopic and alien-like illustrations and sculptures.   Craig Green x Saelia Aparicio Poison Ivy cotton wall hanging, $8,330, For the man who has everything
How do you show he’s truly special? Why, with an exclusive watch design that is only limited to 10 units worldwide and powered by a whopping four tourbillons, of course. This engineering marvel will thrill the horological geek in him.   Histoire de Tourbillon 10 Winstonium watch on alligator skin bracelet, price upon request, Harry Winston