With Father’s Day around the corner, it’s time to map out where to find the holiday’s most popular gift item.

  • Billy Reid

    54 Bond St. | (212) 598-9355The menswear it-label gives a modern, slightly down-home vibe to his duds, including accessories like re-purposed-silk ties.

  • Tom Ford

    845 Madison Ave | (212) 359-0300This uptown pleasure palace for impeccably dressed men houses off-the-rack and custom options for those anyone who believes in paying a premium for luxury.

  • Against Nature Atelier

    159 Chrystie St. | (212) 228-4552Amber Doyle and Jake Mueser aim to bring back the well-made suit via bespoke shirts and pieces paired with a slew of impeccable add-ons.

  • Andrew’s Ties

    400 Madison Ave | (212) 750-5221The Italian-based chain stuffs more than 3,000 ties into its cubbies, offering just about every fabric and color one can imagine. Affordable options less than $100 account for the majority.

  • Brooks Brothers

    346 Madison Ave. | (212) 682-8800Easy and elegant, this preppy haven is a no-fail option for a traditional Father’s Day gift, or just to stock up.

  • Hermès Man

    690 Madison Ave | (212) 308-3585The ultimate in neckwear from silk ties to scarves, and everything to go with them.

  • J. Crew

    30 Rockefeller Center | (212) 765-4227Ever-so-slightly fashion-forward options — with some classic stripes mixed in — with average prices starting at a mere $50 a pop.

  • Lilly Pulitzer

    1020 Madison Ave. | (212) 744-4620It takes a certain kind of man to rock a flamboyant flowered tie, especially when it’s with contrasting seersucker. But clambakes out east aren’t going to accessorize themselves, so Lilly’s your woman.