He’s warm. He’s loving. He’s sophisticated. And he’s impossible to shop for. Don’t fret—simply broaden your gift-giving horizons this Father’s Day with a few ideas from The Met Store that combine practicality with art-infused flair. We have choices to suit a range of tastes and personalities, with options as diverse as The Met collection itself.
For aficionados of hippos, Egyptians, and the color blue:
William the Hippo, The Met’s unofficial mascot, graces these just-arrived socks. This pop of color is enough to brighten up any suit-and-wingtips combo—and bring a smile to Dad’s face every time he looks at his feet.
For those who approach life from a modern angle:
There’s always time for Piet Mondrian’s primary colors and rigorous geometry. Our fun watch provides a signal that the wearer is one modern(ist) man indeed.
For whiskey-drinking Renaissance men:
Will a dram of Scotch ever find a better-looking vessel than this? The striking strapwork pattern on this tumbler will ensure that each sip will go down extra smooth—whether neat or on the rocks.
For self-confident jewelry-wearing types:
A big personality demands a big ring. And this beautiful example—inspired by a 600-year-old seal ring from Central Asia—announces both supreme confidence and high style.
For monumental bibliophiles:
His library bespeaks decades of learning—but piled high all over his office, his collection of books looks like it’s destined for a tag sale. In the form of palace-protecting Assyrian guardian figures, these striking sculptures add grandeur to any bookshelf.