Cut A Dash With Ted, £75
For the well-groomed Dad, a trip to Ted’s Grooming Room (by Ted Baker) will go down well. Treat him to the ‘Cut A Dash’ package with one of Ted’s gift cards – it’s inspired by the ‘ancient grooming rituals of the Ottoman Empire’. By appointment only at Ted’s Mortimer Street VIP lounge, it includes a bespoke haircut, hot towel treatment and either a wet shave or beard design. Indulgent and no hair follicle left unaddressed, this is a place that takes man grooming to another level.
The Clean Sweep Facial Cleanse Brush, £85
For the Dad that wants to look high maintenance with little maintenance, this cleansing brush will be his new favourite tool. Purpose-designed for men, it deeply exfoliates the face in just 30 seconds. It even works under beards and stubble. So he’ll have the A-list glow he wants without the faff.
The Great British Hamper by The De Beauvoir Deli, £150
Luxe foodies will love this hamper from small-batch British food delivery service, Yumbles. Locally-sourced delights include Monmouth coffee, Charbonnel et Walker drinking chocolate, Fine Cheese Company pickled pears, South Devon Chilli Farm chilli jam and plenty more. It’s all lovingly presented in a ribbon-tied basket.
KNOMO 15” Tote Backpack ‘JAMES’, £199
Give trend-setting Dads something to swoon over with this designer KNOMO backpack. There’s plenty of smart storage inside, with dedicated compartments for all his gadgets, like his laptop, bank cards and keys.
Longmorn 23-Year-Old Single Malt Whiskey, £450 (70cl)
If your old man’s a whiskey guy, he’ll happily make room in his collection for this bottle. The boutique single malt is one of Longmorn’s newest releases, and has been matured for an impressive 23 years. It’s handsome in flavour (and appearance, too) with honeyed, spicy notes.