Father's Day brings up a fun knot of issues for many people, and even those with good family relationships feel a strain - after all, shopping for your dad can be just as painful as a psychotherapy session. Jack Spade seems to understand this, and tomorrow, their Greene St. store launches their MisterMort collection, a resurrected line of ties, cuff links, pocket squares, and sanity culled from original vintage archives. Their new ties are made from '50s silk deadstock, which is pretty cool. But besides that, the boutique has taken your emotional needs into consideration as you consider your father: Coffee for last minute shoppers, whiskey for last minute panic, and the usual supply of cute boys who mill about the store, for a last minute date. As for the lingering feeling that the complicated process of parenthood has been crammed into a simple commercial gesture... well, you'll need your shrink for that one.