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Editors’ Picks: Father’s Day Gifts for the Style-Conscious Dad

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Editors’ Picks: Father’s Day Gifts for the Style-Conscious Dad

June 12, 2017

He may not need a gift, but he probably wants one. Here’s what we’re thinking of giving for Father’s Day this year.

N.B. Father’s Day is Sunday, June 18—so you have seven full days to get your gift in order.

My own dad was a bookmark aficionado, and this vegetable-tanned Leather Bookmark from Appointed, in Washington, DC, would have earned his approval; $
Above: My own dad was a bookmark aficionado, and this vegetable-tanned Leather Bookmark from Appointed, in Washington, DC, would have earned his approval; $22 or $32 for a monogrammed version.
Our summer intern, Fiona, is thinking about a Cerne Decanter, handmade in Portugal using the hollowed core of a tree trunk as a mold. Each piece ships in an elegant wooden box; $0 at Lusitano loading=
Above: Our summer intern, Fiona, is thinking about a Cerne Decanter, handmade in Portugal using the hollowed core of a tree trunk as a mold. Each piece ships in an elegant wooden box; $170 at Lusitano 1143.
For her dad—who takes notes the old-fashioned way—Annie&#8
Above: For her dad—who takes notes the old-fashioned way—Annie’s buying the Note Roller from George and Willy; it comes in blue or white and uses standard adding machine rolls as refills; $72.
For her husband—who takes notes the new-fangled way—Margot has her eye on a Board Essential keyboard, cut from a single piece of maple (it comes with a lifetime warranty). Also available in walnut, the keyboard is $9.
Above: For her husband—who takes notes the new-fangled way—Margot has her eye on a Board Essential keyboard, cut from a single piece of maple (it comes with a lifetime warranty). Also available in walnut, the keyboard is $149.
Julie recently discovered Buly 03, a Parisian brand of apothecary-style potions made using ingredients such as azuki powder and amaranth seed oil. The Opiat Dentaire toothpaste is € ($
Above: Julie recently discovered Buly 1803, a Parisian brand of apothecary-style potions made using ingredients such as azuki powder and amaranth seed oil. The Opiat Dentaire toothpaste is €20 ($22.40) and Pomegranate Seed Oil from India is €30 ($33.60); the line is available in-store at Bergdorf Goodman in NYC as well.
Juniper Ridge&#8
Above: Juniper Ridge’s Backcountry White Sage Body Wash is made from organic olive, coconut, and jojoba oils, and sage harvested from the Mojave Desert; $12 for an eight-ounce bottle.
Says Margot of the Paulistano Armchair in Canvas, &#8
Above: Says Margot of the Paulistano Armchair in Canvas, “This is a splurge, but would be such a great summer addition to our living room and make my husband very happy.” Available in eight colors including the blue-gray shown here; $1,290 from Trunk.
Justine is eyeing the RS#Folding Ping Pong Table from Horne; $5,0.
Above: Justine is eyeing the RS#Folding Ping Pong Table from Horne; $5,200.
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Note Roller

$100.00 NZD from George and Willy

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