'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.
Oh l l! Emma Watson looks chic in a baker boy cap and boots as she arrives in Paris | UPDATED: 16:40 GMT, 23 November 2012 She's often lauded for her excellent red carpet fashion, rarely putting a foot out of place.
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'
Don't look now, Millie! Louise Thompson bids to become Made In Chelsea's new It Girl as she vamps it up in racy lingerie | UPDATED: 15:29 GMT, 20 November 2012 She's already been the star of Made In Chelsea's steamiest-ever scene with boyfriend Spencer Matthews, and is fast pushing Millie Mackintosh aside to become the show's new It Girl. But Louise Thompson has now cemented her vampy new image by posing up a storm in racy lingerie for Topman Generation. Showing off an edgy new style, the 22-year-old student showcased her incredible figure in sexy black underwear with leather strap and tassle detailing
Death of the metrosexual As men embrace fashion and grooming more than ever, it is no longer considered effeminate to look well-turned out | UPDATED: 16:28 GMT, 14 November 2012 It describes the style of a man who spends longer than average on personal grooming: picking out his clothes, styling his hair and sometimes even applying make-up.
Forget a handsome prince: For modern women, nothing but an ordinary Joe will do, a new study has revealed | UPDATED: 22:53 GMT, 31 October 2012 Women are increasingly ‘marrying down’ and choosing men who are less qualified and educated than themselves, according to new research.
The amputee cheerleader proving 'anything is possible' with her impeccable moves and prosthetic leg | UPDATED: 20:30 GMT, 25 October 2012 A college cheerleader who had her left leg amputated before her first birthday, reveals how she overcame her obstacles to become a role model and inspiration to her home town. Patience Beard, a freshman at the University of Arkansas, was one of five girls in her year chosen to cheer for her college's Spirit Squad, with impeccable moves and a zebra print prosthetic leg.
Not as good as they look: Beautiful people tend to be self-promoting and conformist | UPDATED: 08:49 GMT, 24 October 2012 Mixed reflection: Those who are more attractive tend to be more concerned with conforming and promoting themselves In news that will give a sense of satisfaction to ugly ducklings everywhere, it seems that those who are blessed in the looks department are lacking in other areas of their personality. Attractive people tend to be self-promoting and conformist, a study has revealed.
$10,000 to be an unpaid fashion intern Oscar de la Renta and Balenciaga put high price on coveted work placements (but at least it's all for charity) | UPDATED: 20:39 GMT, 23 October 2012 Targeting young fashionistas, who will do anything to get their foot in the door, Oscar de la Renta, Balenciaga, M Missoni and Valentino are auctioning off unpaid internships with pre-sale estimates of $10,000. Working in collaboration with the auction site CharityBuzz, the fashion labels are offering month-long placements to deep-pocketed bidders, with all proceeds going to charity.
10-second life coach: How to get your own way | UPDATED: 22:10 GMT, 21 October 2012 Try an experiment. Hold out your thumb as if you are giving a thumbs-up, and then read the following: 'Anna wanted to move out of her rented flat – her contract had expired – but the landlord was refusing to return her deposit. One day, she picked up the telephone, and shouted abuse at the landlord.' A study has shown that holding your thumb up makes you feel positive about things What do you think of Anna Now extend your middle finger as if you are giving someone the 'bird' and then read the paragraph again.