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Its father's day this Sunday so we've found some amazing presents for all those great dads out there! Out of ideas? Here are some great suggestions for the best father's day gift 

Depending on your dad's interest, we have a range of gifts across all categories, from food & drink to sports and fitness & fashion. We've got some smart ideas for him that will make his day! 

Find our suggestions for the perfect gifts from your favourite brands below. 



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Shopcade HQ recently spoke to Mukul Bhatia, who is an internationally published and exhibited visual artist. He uses photography, fashion and film to narrate stories about human diversity, and focuses on sub-sections that don’t necessarily confine to stereotypical society. He is known to be the visual creative behind MATTER Prints, Singapore, and has recently returned from 24-country tour across the world for his project Nomadic Origins, a visual anthropology of Modern Nomads, in which he lived with diverse strangers and documented their life. He is also the founder of fashion and art label, Rati Collective. 


Shopcade (S): what first drew you to photography? 
Mukul (M): My ex-girlfriend. She loved facing the camera and I loved the idea of documenting our relation and thus, I discovered the visual language of the camera, and it’s a process/discovery/love affair with the camera that is constantly growing. 

S: What do you think is more important for making a good picture? Content or composition? 
M: The intention. 

S: Black & white or colour? Your personal favourite. 
M: Very hard question. I’d have to chose Black & White. Its funny how my work is associated with rich colors, while it’s the essays shot on monochrome film that I’ve spent most of my life and soul to, especially with my long-term project about the war in Kashmir and the transgender sex-workers in Pune. 

S: Who are some of your favourite photographers and how did they influence you? 
M: Antoine D’ Agata and Ren Hang. Both of them are rebellious underdogs who do their thing no matter what. I like that kind of non-conformism in artists, the idea of not giving in to mediocrity of the industry and having your way anyway; until you succeed. 

S: You like to be in front of the camera as much as you like to be behind. How did that come to you? 
M: After working in the war zone as a journalist, I saw way too much for a 22 year old boy. I suffered from clinical depression, followed by a break up from a 6 year relation and everything was simply pear-shaped. As someone who has always been the giver, I almost forgot myself and couldn’t see any beauty left in me. It would’ve been hypocritical to keep photographing beautiful things while I was unable to find it in myself, so I started taking self-portraits, and discovered how being photographed could be supremely therapeutic. It gave me a sense of self discovery, and I wanted to make sure I keep documenting myself as much as the world around me. 

S: How did you turn into the psychedelic sheep that you are today? 
M: Haha, I love that expression. Well, I consider myself a collector of rare experiences of some sorts. I view my life cinematically, with all its twists, and I live it passionately and make sure it’s bright and shiny. Dreamy childhood, passionate love affairs, travelling 24 countries in an year for my book Nomadic Origins, to living with migrants and war orphans, I like seeing and living it all, on both sides of the fence. I want to have a zillion grand, colourful stories to tell my grandchildren, and am simply collecting these diverse, crazy experiences. I guess the psychedelic-ness is simply the byproduct of my life. 

S: You’ve been all over the globe capturing people. Where do you think you've found the best-dressed people on the streets? 
M: Shibuya, Tokyo. It was almost hectic to see that space with so many theatrically diverse Asians who wore their personalities fearlessly, unapologetically and with all the panache. Simply taking a walk there was more inspiring than the Paris Fashion Week. 

S: What is it about your style that makes and lets you blend in wherever you go? 
M: Sharing stories, compassion, and openness. I think your body language and life experience speaks more than your words or clothes. 

S: You are always on the run. what are the five things one can always find in your bag? 
M: My camera, phone, a book, my glasses, and my iPod. 

S: Men’s fashion trends that you are currently in love with. 
M: Androgyny. Why should girls have all the fun?! 

S: Brand/ designer in India that you think is breaking the stereotypes when it comes to men's fashion. 
M: I liked the initial works of Nor Black Nor White and the trench coats from Anuj Bhutani. Huemn is currently making great waves in the scene and I love where its going right now. 

S: Brand/ designer that you would like to do a campaign shoot for and why? 
M: I’d LOVE to shoot Yohji Yamamoto’s designs in Mongolian landscapes. I love how each of his designs are literal artworks, and don’t confine to ephemeral fashion trends. He is probably the best thing to happen to fashion, and I truly adore his aesthetical integrity and philosophy. 

This interview has left us in awe, what about you?

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A #sneakpeek for all the gents out there. Our new men's collection launching next week. The star of the show our Black stingray and sterling silver bracelet. . . #new #menswear #bracelet #black #stingray #galuchat #shagreen #statementjewels #luxe #marbella #poolside #palmtree #bluesky #spain #blogger #menbloggers #pfw #silver #mensjewellery #jewellery #jewelry #mensjewelry #giftsforhim #mensfashion #puertobanus #capri #monaco #montecarlo

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Trench coats have officially gotten the 2016 treatment with new fits, cuts and colurs. From short cuts to oversized, hodded to collarless and textured to leather. 


We've got every angle covered to help you overhaul your trench game and make a statement with what can be an otherwise bland piece. With these upgrades trenches are no longer just for business.

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Rust is the prefect colour for the transitional period! It embodies that Autumn feeling while still being bright and bold for the end of Summer. 


With tees, macs, bags and even suits on offer it might be a good idea to get your wardrobe a little rusty this season. 

Shop the edit below for some of my top picks...

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Some fashion Inspo from across the pond. Nothing says American style like varsity and letterman jackets and tops. It's an all too familiar style from our favourite TV and movies so why not embrace it IRL with these on-trend pieces for 2016?


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Stoner style goes hand in hand with festival season and summertime so here are some of the best picks of 2016. There are plenty of options to choose from with tie dye/palm print and baja styles being so popular this season. And no respectable stoner would be complete without some converse and denim cut-offs. Get the lot here...


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It may be the hangover from the kimono trend or just that '70s influence we saw this year but whatever the reason, these belted cardigans are here and look amazing. The tie up belts make these cardigans less stuffy and easier to wear, giving them a relaxed vibe with care-free style. Here are some of the best for this season...


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Tinie Tempah was front row at the Dolce & Gabanna spring/summer 2017 show at Milan Fashion Week on Saturday. The show was a star studded event including Jude Law's son Rafferty modeling the men's collection. Tinie was of course dressed for the occasion wearing some print cropped trousers with a plain tee and amazing green western jacket. 


Scroll right in our gallery to see Tinie's MFW for yourself as you enjoy the music video for one of his hottest hits, "Pass Out."

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The sun is out and the temperature is up, but that doesn’t mean you have to quit being stylish. Staying comfy whilst being dressed like Dapper Dan can be tricky, take advice from out fav celebs who show us how rock great outfits in this sultry weather. 


• Shirt on tee on shorts This age-old trend is every man’s favourite. Team up your cotton or linen shirts with comfy tees over beige shorts or denims and you’re good to go. Printed shirts over plain tees can be donned for a more stylish look. 

• Comfy blazer Invest in a summer blazer for those formal events where wearing just a shirt or t-shirt isn’t enough. Or alternate that with a comfy yet elegant hoodie. Dapper Dan Ranveer shows us how. 

• Go light or go bright This season is all about fun bright colours and classic neutrals – everything in-between is boring and dull. Pair your neutrals with more neutrals for a sophisticated look or go all bright with fun solid colours for that oomph factor. 

• Prints on prints This trend has proved itself worthy of a mention by coming back in the limelight time and again. Try on a printed blazer on a printed tee or simply match printed pants with shirts – we assure you, if done properly, you can’t go wrong with this one. Ranveer Singh agrees. 

• Accessorize Yes!! Pull out those hats, scarves and ties to jazz up your outfits. Additional backpacks of all kinds are a plus. Wait, are we forgetting something here? You simply can’t miss out on shoes and we suggest opting for comfy canvas brogues to finish the look.

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Running: Are you a runner? Old faithful Gyms are all well and good but when it comes to getting into shape for summer it's hard to beat a good old fashioned run. But why not make it new fashioned with some new gear to make you look and feel great while you're pounding the pavements? Brighten up your footwear and add some tech cause whats a run without music? This lot should get you started.


Football: The Euros are almost upon us but that doesn't mean all the action has to be on TV. Burn off some of that nervous energy and boot up for your own big game. From boots to shorts and jerseys and even the official Euro 2016 match ball you'll feel like your part of the action. Who will you be cheering for?

Hiking: Get back in touch with nature while getting in shape with a summer hike but remember as the scouts say 'always be prepared'. Good hiking boots are a must when taking on those long trails followed closely by the right clothing, you may work up a sweat but it's always good to have some backup in your bag when the chills set in. And most importantly of all remember to Stay Hydrated!

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