David Gandy debates all things style at Oxford University and shares his diary exclusively with FEMAIL

'Being a man is back in fashion': Model David Gandy debates all things style at Oxford University and shares his diary exclusively with FEMAIL | UPDATED: 13:20 GMT, 22 November 2012 Essex boy David Gandy is the world's only male supermodel, bursting on to the scene in a pair of tight white pants as the star of Dolce & Gabbana's steamy fragrance adverts six years ago. Today he is the poster boy for men's fashion, diversifying his brand from cover star and catwalk king to launching his own apps, starring in a short film, working as part of the BFC Men's Collection: London Committee and representing the UK internationally as part of the Olympic Closing Ceremony's fashion tribute.

A baby for Chelsea and Marc? "They tell us they"re working on it" reveals Bill Clinton

A baby for Chelsea and Marc 'They tell us they're working on it' reveals Bill Clinton | UPDATED: 16:01 GMT, 20 November 2012 Chelsea Clinton and her husband Marc Mezvinsky could finally be trying for a baby, over two years after their lavish wedding. According to the New York Post, Ms Clinton's former president father, Bill, was fielding questions on the subject during a visit to the University of Limerick on Saturday. When asked by a fellow guest if he and Hillary wanted to be grandparents, he said that his daughter, 32, and her husband 'tell us they’re working on it'

Barbara Bush"s heartache at losing her three-year-old daughter to leukemia

'I was combing her hair… and I saw her spirit go': Barbara Bush's heartache at losing her three-year-old daughter to leukemia Talking to her granddaughter, Jenna Bush Hager, the former First Lady, 87, reveals the loss she and former President George H.

Healthy-looking sufferers of "eating disorder not otherwise specified" face higher mortality rate than bulimia and anorexia

Healthy-looking sufferers of 'eating disorder not otherwise specified' face higher mortality rate than bulimia and anorexia | UPDATED: 22:27 GMT, 14 November 2012 The relatively unknown EDNOS, or 'eating disorder not otherwise specified,' affects 24million Americans; the sufferers lost in a realm between bulimia and anorexia, where their symptoms are the same, but don't fully meet the full criteria of those disorders. EDNOS, where sufferers usually look healthy while exhibiting a combination of eating disorders, such as being strict with counting calories but also purging after eating, is a deadly condition – with a mortality rate of 5.2per cent, higher than both anorexia and bulimia. Taylor, 20, who was recently diagnosed with EDNOS, told ABC News: 'It really feels like it is a second person inside of you.

Shouldn"t you be wearing Republican red? Mitt Romney and Ann don matching blue outfits as they cast their ballots

Shouldn't you be wearing Republican red Mitt Romney and Ann don matching blue outfits as they cast their ballots | UPDATED: 17:17 GMT, 6 November 2012 Red is traditionally the colour of their party, but on election day Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney, and his wife Ann, selected outfits in shades of blue. Both were photographed early this morning as they cast their ballots at the Beech Street Center in their hometown of Belmont, Massachusetts. Mrs Romney wrapped up in a bold cornflower blue wool coat, while her husband stepped out in a cadet blue blazer and patterned navy tie.

Queen welcomes President of Indonesia to Buckingham Palace on state visit

Queen rolls out the royal red carpet as diamond jubilee celebrations continue with state visit from President of Indonesia | UPDATED: 20:58 GMT, 31 October 2012 The Queen continued her busy year of engagements to mark her Diamond Jubilee today with a state visit from the President of Indonesia. The Duke of Edinburgh and the Prime Minister David Cameron joined the Queen to greet Dr Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, 59, and first lady Ani Bambang Yudhoyono at Horse Guards Parade for the start of their three-day trip to the UK

Gap forced to pull T-shirt after backlash over "Manifest Destiny" slogan that "normalizes oppression" of Native Americans

Gap forced to pull T-shirt after backlash over 'Manifest Destiny' slogan that 'normalizes oppression' of Native Americans | UPDATED: 15:49 GMT, 17 October 2012 A Gap T-shirt emblazoned with the words 'Manifest Destiny' has been removed from sale, after consumers branded it racist towards Native Americans.

Style classics: The Cartier Tank watch inspired by World War I

Style classics: The Cartier Tank watch inspired by World War I | UPDATED: 07:58 GMT, 11 October 2012 The Cartier Tank can lay claim to being one of the most sought-after and sleekly designed wrist watches of all time. When it was launched in 1919, the feminine curves of art nouveau held sway, so its square, undecorated face felt totally new.

Nearly 40, never married and living with her mother: The sad life of Monica Lewinsky, the former White House intern who brought down President Clinton

PICTURE EXCLUSIVE: Monica Lewinsky – single, living with her mother and still struggling with her weight – but 'set to make $12m with a tell-all book about her affair with Clinton' | UPDATED: 18:20 GMT, 10 October 2012 Stepping into the pouring rain, her thick hair swept up underneath a cap and rather bizarrely wearing sunglasses despite the gloomy New York weather, the woman went about her business without attracting a single gaze from passers-by.