1. Begin with Brunch
Start the day off by taking dad to a delicious brunch at The Surf Lodge where you can indulge in egg white frittatas, French toast with rum mascarpone, and the raw bar while sipping on Fleurs de Prairie rosé.
2. Experience the Healing Power of Music
Read an intimate chat between father-son musical duo, Rufus and Loudon Wainwright, here.
3. Book Tickets to the PURIST Flow Festival!
Give your dad the gift of food and wellness: tickets to PURIST’s Flow Festival on July 3rd! A celebration of wining, dining and health that features local restaurants like Topping Rose House, Pierre’s, and Rosie’s; biodynamic wine tastings; massages by Zeel; a CBD mocktini bar by Papa & Barkley; meditation; special surprises from Living Wholly and more!
4. For the Fitness Fanatics
Everyone will appreciate adding one of Technogym’s sculptural machines to their home. Each not only gets people in shape, but looks like a work of art to compliment any room.
5. A Fresh Set of Wheels
Take dad for a spin to the beach in Maserati’s Levante SUV, an all-wheel drive powered by twin-turbo V6 or V8 engines. Learn more about the top-notch craftsmanship and sporty performance, here.
6. Presents with Purpose
Olivela’s luxury candles offer the perfect accent to an office and with each purchase, 1 day of school is provided to children.
7. A Toast to Fatherhood
Casa Dragones’ exceptionally smooth tequila tastes great on the rocks, but you can also make dad one of their signature craft cocktails from spicy to refreshing, depending on his preference. Personalize a bottle online here.
8. Elegant Accessorizing with Vhernier
Give the special men in your life exquisite and timeless pieces to add to their jewelry collection. Shop Vhernier’s cuff links, 18k rose gold money clip, Pirouette bracelet and more, here.
9. For the Travelers
Here, Patrick Robinson, founder of travel clothing brand Paskho, shares items for on-the-go lifestyles.
10. Give the Gift of Good Skin
SiO Beauty’s men’s collection features medical grade silicone patches for overnight smoothing of lines on the forehead, and around the eyes and mouth.
11. Baseball and Architecture Aficionados
Architect Paul Goldberger’s new book, Ballpark: Baseball in the American City, explores the architectural history of beloved stadiums around the country. Read architect James Merrell’s interview with Goldberger, here, where they discuss everything from ballparks to the future of residential design.