One of the musical minds behind the late pop star Selena, Mr. Quintanilla would know how to appreciate a great bass guitar, a record player, and a classic two-tone Omega.
Christopher Gardner, The Pursuit of Happyness (2006)
A real-life father played onscreen by Will Smith, Christopher Gardner’s persistence and determination showed us to always keep our head up and push forward. We hope that he would like our modern take on his classic American businesswear.
Jack Byrnes, Meet the Parents (2000) and Meet the Fockers (2004)
What do you get the father who is a retired CIA agent, extremely overprotective, and really only likes his cat, Mr. Jinx? We have you covered: sweater vest, chore jacket (with a pocket for all his gadgets), and AirPods.
Will Stacks, Annie (2014)
The ever-so-dapper Will Stacks (the modern Daddy Warbucks) is one of our favorite mysterious musical fathers. He almost exclusively wore a shirt and (bow) tie. As a hardworking businessman, he always knew how to stay and keep others at the top of their game.
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