Neil Patrick Harris and Ron Dorff Team up to Give Dad Style an Upgrade – Robb Report


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It’s a good time to be a father. Fatherly fashion — what’s dubbed #dadcore on the internet — started trending a few years ago, and lately it seems like every hip kidless guy is wearing pleated pants, fleece, and New Balance 990s. However, Best of the Best winner Ron Dorff has teamed up with Neil Patrick Harris to create a collection of stylish clothes for real dads – and there’s no golf shirt in sight.

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The Swedish-French sportswear brand a few years ago introduced a range of T-shirts emblazoned with ‘Dad’ in capital letters, which became a hit with dads of all stripes. One of them was Harris. “I saw Ron Dorff’s Dad t-shirts and I thought they were great for David because his name is Papa,” Harris says, referring to his husband, fellow actor David Burtka. “I’m going with dad, so when I started talking to Claus [Dorff’s founder] As we thought about what we could do together, I thought of dad and papa as two variants, so dads have both options depending on how they’re known.”

Harris and Burtka in cashmere tracksuits; Cotton Dad Hat ($65).

Ron Dorff

The result is a 20-piece limited collection of Dorff’s minimalist wardrobe essentials, nicknamed both. There are classic t-shirts, cashmere sweaters, baseball caps and even socks in timeless hues like heather grey, navy blue and white. Continuing the family affair, the collection also includes Dorff’s first children’s pieces: organic cotton jersey t-shirts with the words ‘bro’ and ‘sis’.

Organic Cotton T-Shirt ($90); Wool Socks ($45).

Ron Dorff

The collection, which launched on September 21, is perhaps most fatherly in its supportive nature. Fifteen percent of all proceeds will be donated to World Central Kitchen, the non-profit organization founded by chef José Andrés dedicated to providing meals to people affected by natural disasters – a particularly timely cause given the devastating hurricane sweeping the Caribbean.

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The clean graphics and essential silhouettes, not to mention the philanthropic virtuosity, make this collaboration a decidedly chicer alternative to Dadcore’s oversized anti-fashion. It’s a cinch to gift, for yourself or the important guys in your life. The only question is: is he a daddy, a daddy or just a brother?

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