Widely regarded as one of the greatest photographers of the 20th century, Helmut Newton captured this image in 1984 in Riviera resort of Nice. A testament to the style credentials of the all-white ensemble, it’s no wonder his photographs were regularly featured in Vogue.
Marlon Brando, captured at home for Time magazine in 1954 by Hollywood photographer Murray Garrett, showcases his love for both cats and camp collar shirts. Simply paired with chinos, it’s an unbeatable combination that is both classic and cool.
This arresting photograph by Leo Fuchs captures a masterclass in warm-weather dressing by actor, philanthropist and all-round inspiration Paul Newman. Exodus was filmed through 1959 in the heat of Israel and Cyprus, where the trick, seemingly, is to roll up your sleeves. Or choose a short sleeve shirt.