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Father’s Day

For the world’s greatest Dads.

Show your appreciation for the old man with gifts fit for a king. Whether that’s feasting at The Libertine or a sleek luxury gift, we’ve got the goods to crown the day as something special. Not least this fabulous Father’s Day offer from Aspinal of London where, for every spend over ยฃ300, you can choose a free slim credit card case in a colour of your choice โ€”ย until 15th June.

Bremont

Bremont’s Terra Nova field watch collection is inspired by the military pocket watches of the early 1900s. The release is stylish and historically fascinating. These pieces โ€” finished with Bremont’s meticulous craftsmanship โ€”  bear all the hallmarks of those they are inspired by. Here you’ll find rugged elegance and essential functionality, but with all the benefits of a 21st-century perspective. “Featuring a contemporary, geometrical cushion case [and] 904L stainless steel,” these are “finished with a combination of brushed and polished texturing for a unique and iconic wristwatch.”

Tumi

Keep Dad prepared for anything with built-to-last bags from TUMI. The brand’s spring 2024 collection is packed with bright colours and clean architectural constructions. Discover the iconic TUMI x McLaren collab, as well as a refresh of the label’s iconic designs โ€” whether that’s Voyageur, 19 Degree Georgica to 19 Degree or Alpha Bravo. What’s more, TUMI will be giving out complimentary Fatherโ€™s Day gift notes and stickers to all clients who purchase in-store โ€” a fine excuse to make the trip.

Libertine

Finish Fatherโ€™s Day properly with a trip to The Libertine โ€” Londonโ€™s award-winning underground bar and restaurant tucked in the historic vaults beneath our building. Alongside the restaurant’s glorious whisky bar (pictured), youโ€™ll experience an unforgettable feast of meat sourced from high-welfare farms, seasonal veg, fluffy Yorkshires and, of course, roast potatoes all in rich, luxurious gravy โ€” as well as the option of bottomless red wine. If Dadโ€™s a history buff, all the better โ€” the restaurant is set in the storerooms that (once upon a time) would hold the silks, spices and fine goods of world trade.