Get it While it's Hot

The sun's out at last and, just in the nick of time, so is the Esquire Summer Style Guide. A seasonal compilation of the greatest hits from our style and fashion pages for spring/summer 2012, it has everything you need to know about how to look cool in the heat.

From Olympic gymnast Louis Smith, dapper in Dunhill on the cover, to Daniel Radcliffe in super-smart basics, from the most stylish hot-weather office attire to this season's key casual trends, and from high fashion to high street, our Summer Style Guide is a capsule collection of all the best menswear to buy right now.

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Oh, and for when the weather turns again (probably tomorrow) another Team GB poster boy, Mark Cavendish, demonstrates how to rainproof yourself and still look chic. All that, for £1.99. Did someone say "bargain"?

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