David Bonney | Brand StylistPhoto: "Lester Bonney giving it some tone-on-tone, off-duty Sean Connery steeze at The Acropolis, Greece, sometime early 70s."Paternally Grateful: "I've learnt so much from my old man - the preciousness of family and faith, hard work and generosity, never settling, empathy, and martinis. One of the things he gave me that I appreciate the most is pedantic attention to detail. It's infuriating but useful. Also, all the Bonney boys have bent pinkie fingers. Funny, but less useful. Thanks, Dad!" Father's Day picks: "I'm going to get him the Bradfield linen shirt in sky blue and the Bilgola linen shorts in navy because he's definitely earned his license to chill." David Nguyen | M.J. Bale Graphic DesignerPhoto: "Hung Tan Nguyen circa late 1960s in the coastal city of Nha Trang, Vietnam."Paternally Grateful: "I've learnt a lot from dad: how to be cool, calm and collected when things get heated (especially handy when six girls in the family outnumber us); a strong work ethic, how to roll up my sleeves and get the job done 'rain, hail or shine'; being generous, the meaning of self-sacrifice and to take care of the ones you love."Father's Day picks: "He's all about casual relaxed pieces, so I'm going for the Dickie polo and Robertson \u0026amp; Farrelly shorts." Pip Barber | M.J. Bale Office ManagerPaternally Grateful: "My dad is a doer and drilled us early with 'never put off until tomorrow, what could be done today. Also, 'every doggy has his day' is a staple (and very true) dad-ism!"Father's Day picks: "A Buchanan Ashby V-neck knit in brown melange, coupled with the Vitali corduroy jacket, would be my pick for dad – casually cool for all occasions!" Miles Ruge | M.J. Bale Retail Channel Manager \u0026amp; Customer Experience Manager Photo: "Dad on his wedding day December 11, 1982."Paternally Grateful: "What's been the most formative aspect of our relationship has been his counsel and presence when times are tough and his standard response of, 'Go with your gut, you'll know what to do.' He has always been there to listen and support, but ultimately empowering and supporting me to make my own decisions. If there's one thing that I aspire to take from Dad is his ability to find the good and value in everyone – he's got this innate ability to connect with everyone and anyone and always come away with a new story or connection. It never ceases to amaze me."Father's Day picks: "Dad's retired on the Gold Coast these days and is a huge advocate of M.J. Bale, probably shopping more than me these days! If there were one piece that I would like to get Dad from our new collection, it would be the ivory Dickie polo – perfect for long days on the Gold Coast and about as formal as Dad needs to be these days. My other pick, and there's definitely no need for it in his wardrobe these days, is a Hashimoto Kingston Collection suit. I got to take Dad to Kingston farm two years ago and had the pleasure of spending some time with Simon Cameron and going deep into Kingston and the story behind this special place. I would love to complete the circle and have Dad decked out in the pinnacle of our suiting. Maybe one day…." Alanna Carrey | M.J. Bale Head of MarketingPhoto: "Dad, mum and I at Wombeyan Caves, NSW, in 1982. As you can see, beige was the direction for that day…."Paternally Grateful: "My dad taught me the value of hard work and the need to be able to laugh at yourself. What I now see as the perfect combination and how I approach life – work hard for what you want and do it with a sense of humour."Father's Day picks: "Ever since I was little, my father dragged us on camping trips and endless bushwalks. He's the ultimate 'great outdoors' kinda guy. I'd like to update his well-loved (and outdated) wardrobe with the Harley 4-in-1 jacket and the Coodravale Merino wool tee – ready for his next adventure. Preferably without me."