IN&OUTTONIGHT know youre coming at macmillan@ Fit men Ladies, does your man need kicking into shape? Boys, is your beach body not quite daniel Craig-esque? Fear not, we have the answer. The people who brought us Fit For a Princess, the scarily effective outdoor fitness company for females, have developed everyman Fitness Club -- outdoor workouts for men of all ages and abilities. Led by Richard Merrick, who has worked in the fitness industry for over 10 years, there are drop-in sessions on Wednesday evenings and saturday mornings, and two-week bootcamps for those who 20 Monday, 13 July 2009 London Lite Stylishswimweartostrutin T he summer holiday has been booked and the most important task to complete before jetting off on your two-week beach break is the holiday wardrobe. These capsule, suitcase-sized collections of our wardrobes are impor- tant to get right and centre around one key item -- the bikini. Swimwear shopping is the hardest purchase you will make all year, as we need it to be flattering, practical and fun, too -- a tall order for an article of clothing so skimpy, it pretty much equates to being seen in public in your undies. Snazzy, cut-out swimsuits might be very haute couture, but dont even think about sunbathing in one, unless you like zigzag tan lines. Meanwhile, the failsafe black bikini with modest bottoms and a cleav- age-concealing top is so drab and mumsy youll be left wishing youd had the cour- age to go for a more exciting option. Luckily for us all facing the imminent bare-all, the shops are full of choice. From statement swimsuits slashed to the navel to cut-away details and one- shoulder numbers; from Fifties-style bikinis with generous high-waist bottoms to St Tropez-style blingy numbers tailor-made for P Diddys yacht, there has never been a better season for finding your perfect suit. So where to start? Look for Brazilian and Australian swimwear brands, they know a thing or two about looking good on the beach. We love, Cia Maritima at and Beach Couture and Salinas at Topshop from Brazil, as well as emobiswimwear. com, Seafolly at and Flamingo Sands from Australia. Also check out Heidi Klein, Princesse Tam Tam, and Catwalk enthusiasts will feel inspired by the ridiculously priced (around 400), but ridiculously fashionable Herv Lger swimwear. Seriously sexy and everything you would expect from the bandage king, the bikinis and one-pieces are barely there and very strappy. If you love those state- ment suits, but not the statement price tags, then check out for equally sexy styles for around 24. String bikinis can be found at River Island and retro looks can be drooled over at Agent Provocateur, Pistol Panties and Myla -- and then snapped up for a fraction of the price at Kelly Brook for New Look. by rebecca boyce THISWEEK lite loves Good cause: join Macmillans human coffee cup plan HersHis A cuppA chArity In A bid to raise awareness of what it does, the charity Macmillan Cancer Support is aiming to make a human coffee cup on Primrose hill this Wednesday morning. What, I hear you ask, is a human coffee cup? Its basically a carefully choreographed group of people, including the odd celeb, congregating to create a giant, moving image of a Macmillan Coffee Cup. Be at Primrose hill, Regents Park at 8am on Wednesday and itll all be over by 10.30am. Youll get a free cup of coffee and a Krispy Kreme. Just let em Makea splash inahot cossie CAMILLA RIDLEY-DAY thelook DanniiMinogue &KrisSmith Dress 185, Karen Millen Jeans 10, New Look Trainers 25, Office Shoes 75, Barratts Ring 10, treasure Scarf 25, Jaeger Belt 29.50, Reiss Bag 25, Monsoon Shirt 45, Ben Sherman index.html2.html3.html4.html5.html6.html7.html8.html9.html10.html11.html12.html13.html14.html15.html16.html17.html18.html19.html20.html21.html22.html23.html24.html25.html26.html27.html28.html29.html30.html31.html32.html33.html34.html35.html36.html37.html38.html39.html