Father's Day Gift Guide: Shop Armie Hammer and Patrick Dempsey's Looks

9:16 AM 6/7/2018

by Carol McColgin

Thirteen pieces of sharp Dad's Day swag for fathers age 30 to 60.

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Opt to spoil Dad with grooming, gear or gadgets for Father's Day — inspired by Mark Walhberg, Jeremy Irons, Patrick Dempsey and Armie Hammer's personal faves. 

  • Age: 30s

    Grooming: Lab Series Grooming Oil with sea buckthorn, jojoba and sweet almond is ideal for hipster dad beards; $35, at Bloomingdale’s.

    Gear: Dad uniform: Pair Brunello Cucinelli’s shirt ($425, mrporter.com) with Rag & Bone pants (Armie Hammer’s a brand fan; $325, rag-bone.com). Plus, 100 percent of proceeds of white shirts sold on Mr. Porter from June 7-17 go to Jessica Seinfeld's GOOD+ Foundation, a non-profit founded in 2001, which provides a safety net of social services, education and support for fathers and families living in poverty.

    Gadgets: Master & Dynamic’s toddler-noise-blocking MW50+ wireless headphones can be worn on-ear or over-ear; $399, masterdynamic.com.


  • Age: 40s

    Grooming: One slather of Dr Jackson’s Day Cream hydrates skin thanks to seed oils that help fight early signs of aging (yes, that means you); $120, mrporter.com.

    Gear: Tom Ford’s stylish blue blockers have protective lenses to reduce the risks of excessive screen time; $360 and up, tomford.com.

    Gadgets: Family-friendly yet fast, the Porsche Panamera Turbo S E-Hybrid Sport Turismo is a plug-in with an all-electric range of 14 miles. Mark Wahlberg loves Porsche; $188,400, porsche.com.

  • Age: 50s

    Grooming: Five-Blade Cartridge Razor by Baxter of California, a favorite of Patrick Dempsey, works with the contours of the face (er, wrinkles) to prevent cuts and irritation; $100, baxterofcalifornia.com.

    Gear: “I love the sleekness and hit of red trim,” says style consultant and THR contributor Andrew Weitz of Buscemi x Brabus’ carryall; $2,850, buscemi.com.

    Gadgets: Weitz suggests having a Cartier pen engraved: “When you’re an executive, there’s nothing more sophisticated and powerful than a beautiful pen.” $740, cartier.com.

  • Age: 60s

    Grooming: Bleu de Chanel is a more intense version of the classic scent with notes of cedar, lavender, sandalwood and lemon zest; $150, at Chanel, Beverly Hills.

    Gear: Weitz recommends Berluti’s sneaker: “It looks great with jeans, joggers and suits. It’s badass.” Jeremy Irons has fronted the label; $1,210, berluti.com.

    Gadgets: Sony’s a7 III camera can shoot 4K video, up to 10fps continuously, and features a newly developed 24.2MP BSI image sensor; $1,200 to $2,200 (with 28-70mm lens), sony.com.

    With additional reporting by Meg Hemphill and Jon Alain Guzik.

    This story first appeared in the June 6 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. To receive the magazine, click here to subscribe.