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Father’s Day Gift Guide: Show Your Pops He's Tops

Whether you’re seeking a gift for your pops, something for that my-two-dads couple down the street or a present for your hot daddy, you know that Father’s Day is around the corner, and it’s time to pull out all the stops. Whether’s he a dandy, an outdoorsman or a collector, there’s something for him on this list in every price range. If you’re shopping with an unlimited budget, all the better, because some of these suggestions definitely fit the fantasy category.But what’s life without a little daydreaming? You know your dad is worth it.

Hollywood Trading Company takes handsomely worn vintage leather belts and refurbishes them as one-of-a-kind collectibles with new solid brass buckles. $165, Denim Doctors/HTC, 7383 Beverly Blvd., L.A.

Charge this futuristic inflatable lantern in the sun and get up to 16 hours of LED light, all in a waterproof, floatable enclosure that’s extra handy for boating and camping. $19.95, luninaid.com.

 Adam Silverman’s ceramics are marked by fierce surface texture and intensely colored layers of glaze. Untitled 2014, $3,000, available directly from Adam Silverman Studio at adamsilverman.net

Gold accessories are all the rage again after seasons of blackened metal, so why not buy an investment piece like this vintage ‘40s Cartier money clip? $6,250, Just One Eye, 7000 Romaine St., L.A.

After 25 years in business, Heritage Classics has the largest car collection around, with enviable offerings, like a 1971 Jaguar E-Type Series II Roadster. $59,500, Heritage Classics, 8980 Santa Monica Blvd., WeHo

Were there ever any guys as cool as the tennis legends of the ‘70s? With summer tourneys around the corner, these engraved key fobs lend a visceral form of nostalgia. $15, variouskeytags.com

Indie clothier Unionmade stocks an exclusive range of handmade silk neckties from Gitman Vintage, like this lively combo of red, gold and olive repp stripes. $80, Unionmade at The Grove, 189 The Grove Dr., L.A.

Stars like Usher, Orlando Bloom and Robert Pattinson are all fans of Lanvin menswear’s ‘luxe meets high-tech’ accessories, like this bottle-green leather single-strap backpack. $1,640, Barneys, 9570 Wilshire Blvd., Bev. Hills

Annie Leibovitz’s 40 years of collected work—from her Rolling Stone nude of John and Yoko to her recent portrait of Queen Elizabeth—in Taschen’s SUMO edition with tripod stand. $2,500, Taschen, 354 N. Beverly Dr., Bev. Hills 

This Smokestack Fire Pit from noted Dutch designer Frederik Roijé stands six feet tall and is fabricated from Corten steel that weathers to a coppery hue. $1,750, A+R, 171 S. LaBrea Ave., L.A.

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