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Movie new york city most eligible batchelor jobs. January 5, 2017, 1:15am, Updated January 5, 2017, 11:19am The nerds are having their revenge! Last week, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian, 33, popped the question to tennis phenom Serena Williams after dating for a little over a year — and the pair even announced their engagement on the Reddit subthread ISaidYes. Meanwhile, the Snapchat co-founder and CEO got engaged to Orlando Blooms supermodel ex Miranda Kerr over the summer. Want to bag your very own NYC tech hunk? Weve got you covered. Here are four of the Big Apples most eligible bachelors. David Gilboa Cindy Ord/Getty Images Age: 36 Resides: West Village Claim to fame: Co-founder of eyeglass company Warby Parker Tech titan: Warby Parker is valued at more than 1. 2 billion. Relationship status: Hes been linked to INSIDER Senior Correspondent Aly Weisman. Halloween hunk: Gilboa is a trouper when it comes to dressing up. After tearing his ACL and meniscus in October, he still rallied for the companys Halloween bash and dressed up as Mr. Peanut, complete with a functional and costume-appropriate post-surgery cane. Rob Fishman J Grassi/ Age: 30 Resides: Soho Claim to fame: Co-founded Niche, which connects advertisers with social media stars. Fishman sold the company to Twitter in 2015. In November, he left Twitter and tells The Post hes launching a new company this year. Tech titan: Niche was rumored to be sold for a cool 30 to 50 million. Relationship status: Single. What hes looking for in a woman: “Ideally shes seen ‘Hamilton no more than three times, ” Fishman says. Tech turnoff: “Slow — or, worse, slow-witted — over text. ” Favorite app: “Slack! ” Bryan Goldberg Abbey Adkison Age: 33 Resides: Chelsea Claim to fame: Launched the sports site Bleacher Report in 2007 in San Francisco with a 1 million investment. In 2013 he moved to NYC, where he launched Bustle, a site aimed at millennial women. Tech titan: He sold Bleacher Report to Turner Broadcasting for a rumored 200 million in 2012. According to sources, Bustle is currently outperforming Bleacher Report at the time of its sale. Relationship status: Single Pad perks: His decked-out midcentury bachelor pad has been featured in Business Insider and comes complete with a whiskey bar and faux-fur pillows. What hes looking for in a woman: “Im not terribly interested in what society dictates you should care about and do with your life, ” says Goldberg, “and I hope shes not either. ” Tech turnoff: “Long text messages in the middle of the day are a red flag, ” he says. “Lets just catch up over dinner. ” Favorite app: “ Im an Instagram fanatic. I cannot lie. The memes crack me up every time. They never get old. ” Navin Thukkaram Kelsey Stanton/BFA/REX/Shutterstock Age: 41 Resides: Divides his time among NYC, Stockholm and Park City, Utah. Claim to fame: Superstar tech investor. While a partner at Vulcan Capital — the private equity firm started by Microsofts Paul Allen — his investments reportedly made the company 1. 5 billion. He was the COO and an early investor in Qwiki, a mobile-video startup. Recently, he co-founded the non-tech Indie Fresh, a health-food delivery service based in Manhattan. He continues to act as an angel investor to various startups, and he sits on the board of the cloud-management company SkyKick. Tech titan: Qwiki was reportedly sold for 50 million to Yahoo in 2013. Relationship status: Single Street cred: The Princeton and Harvard Business School grad serves as an adviser to the Chief of US Naval Operations. Work of art: Thukkaram is an avid art collector, including works by Jacob Felländer, a Swedish photo artist also collected by the Clintons. What hes looking for in a woman: “Intelligence, ambition and passion, ” says Thukkaram. Favorite app: “Honestly, I love Uber. I use Uber all the time. ” Josh Harris Age: 31 Resides: Lower East Side Claim to fame: Works closely with the CEO of Palantir — the big data startup founded by Peter Thiel and credited with playing a role in the capture of Osama bin Laden. Harris oversees all business development and this year is the youngest person to be invited to the World Economic Forum in Davos. Tech titan: Palantir was recently valued at 20 billion, and insiders say an IPO may not be too far in the future. What hes looking for in a woman: “Someone who understands the importance of dark meat chicken over white meat chicken. ” Tech turnoff: “I dont like read receipts, ” Harris says. “I dont understand why people have them. Id rather not know. You get a [receipt] and no response. ” Favorite app: I Fly A380. “Its a new service from Airbus that allows you to plan your itineraries across airlines so you fly only on A380s — my favorite, because its quieter and also just the all-around most epic plane. ” Dinner in Paris: Harris travels 75 percent of the month, so a dinner date at Cibus in the City of Light isnt out of the question. “If you asked me my favorite date spot, it would be anywhere in Paris. Its a perfect city. ” Josh Kushner Resides: Nolita Claim to fame: In 2009, he founded Thrive Capital, a private-equity and venture-capital firm focused on media and Internet investments (Kushner was the youngest investor in Instagram before its sale to Facebook. Next up, he co-founded Oscar Health, a health insurance startup, in 2012. Three years later, Kushner founded Cadre, which helps clients invest in real estate, with his brother, Jared Kushner, and pal Ryan Williams. Theyve raised more than 250 million. Tech titan: As of last year, Oscar was valued at 2. 7 billion. Thrive has raised more than 750 million to date. Plus, Kushners got some family money as a cushion — his father, real-estate developer Charles Kushner, is worth an estimated 500 million. Relationship status: Hes been dating supermodel Karlie Kloss since 2012. School cred: Kushner is a Harvard grad twice over. He attended the Ivy League for undergrad and then graduated from Harvard Business School in 2011. Trump card: His brother, Jared Kushner, is married to Donald Trumps daughter, Ivanka, and is one of the president-elects most valued confidants.
Movie new york city most eligible batchelor tax. Since I was a wee lass, my mom had always encouraged me to marry rich — didn't say he had to be a doctor or a lawyer, just wealthy. I mean, don't all parents want their babies to be taken care of in adulthood, and subsequently take care of them in return? I had grown up thinking that finding a husband with fat stacks of cash was the epitome of success, never mind my own self-made stacks. (I also insisted as a kid that when I grew up I wanted to doodle on napkins for a living, so I think my parents were mostly concerned that their daughter was destined headlong for the lifelong struggles of a napkin artist. I'd dated a rich dude or two in the wanton youth of my early 20s, and let me tell you — along with having all your meals paid for, fancy things at your beck and call, and never having to take a subway, rich dudes have so many uniquely strange and tedious issues that can only come from an extremely privileged upbringing with little to no actual character-building conflict (unless you count the extreme pressure from their wealthy families to be some sort of business mogul) or sense of reality. Look, they're fun and all, but they're a fussy bunch and after a while, I get really bored of being constantly reminded of how "cute" my career/life choices are "for now. Ya, I'm being judge-y, but that's been my experience of close encounters with the one percent. Anyway, fast forward to the present, where I, a successful career woman, am invited to a singles mixer in the Hamptons where the premise is that all the dudes are of elite millionaire status. The "exclusive matchmaking soiree" was hosted by Lasting Connections, a professional matchmaking service based in New York City, and teased the tantalizing presence of "NYCs most eligible bachelors. Now. I have never actually seen an episode of The Bachelor or The Bachelorette, but I really enjoy crashing parties with rich eligible bachelors so that's basically the same thing. I booked an AirBnb in the Hamptons and threw my most carefree rich girl dresses into a weekender for what was bound to be a fruitful reaping of wealthy digits. Pre-soiree, a crumb of self-doubt caught in my throat. What is literally the point of me doing this? Did I really think I was actually going to meet a man who could share my love for dingy punk basement shows, late night tacos, and B horror films? Prob not. Would he also love or even appreciate my pet Ranchu goldfish, Popcorn? Doubtful. Did I really just want to attend a fancy party in the Hamptons and watch a bunch of rich freaks while double-fisting shrimp cocktail? Mostly that. I entertained the idea of creating a fictional persona: some sort of Tennessee Williams damsel — a fallen heiress determined to reenter society on the arm of a hedge fund manager or venture capitalist. Someone worldly and finishing-schooled with a spaced-out surname, like Van Der Kneelsön, and a first name that was pronounced in some frou-frou way like Clow-dia, but spelled the normal way with maybe a gratuitous accent grave to imply that I'm no mere pleb. Claudià Van Der Kneelsön would have some sort of vague ambiguous accent — like mid-Atlantic but also with a peppering of British colloquialisms like "queue" or tom-ah-to so you just knew that she's spent at least a good chunk of her formative years someplace where they speak the queen's English. I decided against that because I can't keep a poker face worth a damn and I'm not even sure what a mid-Atlantic accent is. I donned a modestly sexy ruffled long-sleeve low-cut wrap dress and went with a neutral shimmery dewy makeup lewk. The idea was to appear inviting but also completely disinterested: As I was getting ready in my AirBnb's house, my host (let's call her J) popped in to offer me a lift to the event, tentatively asking, Hey. would it be cool if we came along. She was a woman around my age and her elegant European friend was also staying at the house for the weekend with no plans for a Saturday night. "OK, sure. I will say, that was the smartest decision I've made all night. Both of them seemed game to people-watch with an open bar and honestly, a trio of beautiful women make for a fabulous entrance to any event. You should try it sometime. There was a huge Open House sign on the lawn of the sprawling house where the party was being hosted, located in a fairly secluded development in a ritzy part of town. Brochures for the property and several issues of a local lifestyle magazine were spread over nearly every surface inside. We made straight for the bar and the food on the back patio where cater-waiters made rounds with hors d'oeuvres. All the women in attendance appeared way more dressed up than us, the majority of which appeared in their early 30s or late 20s, while the men mostly appeared to be in their mid-40s and older, fulfilling the expectations of my cynicism. The two youngest men in the room who appeared to maybe be mid-late 20s immediately plunked down on a sofa in front of the pool, hands and eyes glued to their phones. My plus-ones and I huddled in the kitchen near to where new trays of snacks would come out, surveying how we all chose to spend our evening. "Yeah, no one here is cute. J said, in between bites of a skewered gyoza. Every dude seemed to have been in a uniform of ill-fitting boot-cut jeans and an untucked button-down shirt in varying pastel shades. I noticed that the older the gentleman, the more likely they were to be that guy wearing sunglasses indoors. There was one older gentleman in a tiny red blazer who throughout the evening would regale any open ear of his flush finances, which to me is either the perfect red herring to a lifetime of debt OR a man who really commits to party themes. I stood calmy by the wayside, swirling my shrimp cocktail, wondering astutely what Marissa Cooper and Summer Roberts would be doing in this situation. The answer is probably tequila shooters and a fair amount of coke, neither of which is really my style. J and her pal were in friendly spirits, which made socializing thankfully much less weird. "So, who do you wanna talk to. J asked me, going above and beyond as wing-woman and host. My answer would be no one but that defeats the purpose of this romantic death march so she pointed out two men in matching belts (notable because there were tiny whales and sharks on said belts) to approach for some social toe-dipping. I don't actually remember how the bulk of that conversation went because I couldn't help but think of that guy in Futurama who was too busy being an '80s guy. I asked the obvious "So what brings you here. question, the answer to which I'd come to realize would be the same for nearly every dude there — "oh my buddy so-and-so knows the guy who's repping this house listing/works for the magazine sponsoring this event, who invited me. Either most of them are lying or this wasn't as exclusive an event as it was purported to be. I guess it's good then that I did not lead with my original ice breaker, which was "Hello, how much money do you have, please. Anyway, J and shark-belt dude seemed to be chatting it up, so I excused myself to go to the bathroom and bumped into the event host and CEO of Lasting Connections, Sameera Sullivan. I mostly wanted to pick her brain about her job because, damn, how do you get to a point in your life when alleged millionaires pay you to set them up on dates with your friends? Consensus is still unclear, but Sameera explained how her operation works — she interviews women who apply to be in her database and figures out if they're able to be matched with her clients. Only men seem to pay for this service, and she works with other matchmakers to cross-pollinate databases. If you're a straight woman, this is probably a much lower-lift than online dating, especially if your main concern is that a suitor isn't interested in a serious relationship or might potentially murder you (to my understanding background checks are done on all participating parties. Sameera was constantly glancing around the room, hawk-eyeing her party guests, before abruptly turning to me and asking me if I liked outdoorsy activities (I do not) before we were interrupted by other guests inquiring about certain gentlemen. I let her talk shop and returned to find my new friends. J waved me over, still chatting with Shark Belt. "You should come over here and hear about this guy's skincare line. Reader, there is little I enjoy more than talking beauty with mostly anyone, but especially dudes. I tend to grill them the way bro-dudes grill women who claim to be into sports because I am a joy to behold. Unfortunately Shark Belt cared less about product development than the actual ROI of how easy it apparently is to launch a skin-care product let alone a skin-care line, much to my deflated expectations. "I just write checks. Shark Belt remarked, after explaining that all it takes is lining up the right people who work in the right places and giving them money to make you money. I decided that Shark Belt probably knows more about business than beauty so I pivoted the conversation to business because how often do I have the opportunity to pick the brains of hypothetically self-made business moguls? Mid-conversation, a touch on my arm or the small of my back indicated that perhaps I was not being completely charmless, but also — good gravy! I forgot that I was technically at a white collar singles mixer, mixing. Time flies when you're being underwhelmed, standing in heels for three hours. Sameera swanned by us, exclaiming, Oh that's so funny that you two are talking — I was going to introduce you two. He's the one who's into outdoors things. Look, if there's one thing no one was swag-bagging tonight, it's LUV — I knew that from the start. And OK, yeah I gave Shark Belt my digits because Shark Belt made the very disarmingly astute observation in praise of my glowing and flawless complexion, and I am a human woman who is not immune to compliments! But I fear that a romance between us would be ill-fated due to my aversion to recreational physical exertion and also glowering vexation with such a dispassionate attitude towards one's own extreme privilege. To be fair, Sameera did mention that most of her clients did not attend the event due to their "discreet" nature, which doesn't surprise me. Real millionaires are very busy and time conscious, are they not? They're probably spending time with their kids from their first marriages on the weekends, I imagine. It's plebs like me that crash novelty parties at open houses. Mostly, what I'm saying is the the moral of this story is: don't look for love in open house. 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March 20, 2019, 8:20pm Enlarge Image Ulla Parker and Alex Roepers in December of 2018 (L) and Stacey Bronfman and Alex Roepers in February of 2019 Patrick McMullan The citys billionaires seem to be dating like high schoolers. Page Six reported this week that former Alphabet and Google honcho Eric Schmidt had dumped socialite Ulla Parker because he was tired of her dating a second person, wealthy hedgie Alex Roepers. Now were told that Roepers has moved on to another woman of conspicuous boldface breeding. Multiple sources have revealed to Page Six that the Atlantic Investment founder is now dating Stacey Bronfman, ex-wife of Seagram heir Matthew Bronfman — and former sister-in-law of Nxivm sex cult defendant Clare Bronfman. Roepers didnt get back to us.
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On Steven Onojas Instagram page — which boasts more than 93, 000 followers — the Nigeria-born, Brooklyn-based photographer, 29, paints a portrait of a life well lived: great food, vintage cars and a dapper wardrobe complete with jaunty hats. With his winning smile, biting wit and eye for style, Andrew Rannells, 39, pulls off classic Hollywood charm with a modern spin. Now co-starring in “The Boys in the Band” on Broadway, the actor — who stole the show in the final season of TVs “Girls” — hasnt been linked to a boyfriend for a few years. The Cutie Pie Timothee Chalamet Patrick McMullan via Getty Image With his Oscar nomination this year for “Call Me By Your Name, ” baby-faced Timothée Chalamet is the new star to watch. In May, the 22-year-old was hot and heavy with model Marta Pozzan at the Cannes Film Festival, Page Six reported, and he dated Madonnas daughter Lourdes Leon while at Manhattans LaGuardia High School. But lucky ladies may have to fight off Jennifer Lawrence, who has said: “[Im] buttering him up like a pig for slaughter, and then Im going to swing right in there as soon as hes, like, 30. ” Major Scores Odell Beckham Jr. Getty Images Insert joke about playing the field here. Giants wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr., 25, has got moves. French model Laura Cuenca previously told The Post that when the athlete hit on her in March at a Paris club, they connected despite not speaking the same language. “One note said, ‘I want you, ” she said. “I understood what he wanted. ” By comparison, Yankees slugger Aaron Judge is an altar boy. The 26-year-old split from model Jen Flaum this year; in April, he might have gone on a date with a gal pal from high school, but he hasnt signed with one special lady yet. Meanwhile, it will take a persistent woman to nab Thor — aka Noah Syndergaard, the Mets pitcher with the pretty hair. After being spotted making out with a Boston University student at Knicks games last year, he seemingly swore off dating. “Baseball is my significant other, ” he tweeted in December. Never say never. Too Hot for the Kitchen “Salt Bae” Nusret Gökçe Getty Images for Ciroc Salt Bae — né Nusret Gökçe — is singularly famous: Who else can claim to sling around pricey steaks like a pirate with a bottle of rum, sprinkling salt with such a balletic flourish its earned him 14 million Instagram followers? The (always) sunglasses-clad Turkish chef, 35, roared into NYC with his Nusr-Et steakhouse earlier this year but claims hes married to his job. “Im working so hard I dont have time for a girlfriend, ” he told The Post in January. Hipster 2. 0 Justin Theroux WireImage Forget scruffy dudes who are too cool to groom. NYCs new breed of hipster is all about clean, lean trends. Since splitting from Jennifer Aniston last year, Justin Theroux has been photographed with a string of (young) ladies, including Emma Stone. The 46-year-old actor is a guy who doesnt let summer heat come between him and his hipster boots, and he can usually be found with one of three accessories: his motorcyle, his dog or a smoothie. Twenty-five-year-old Dylan Sprouse — yes, one of the child stars of “The Suite Life of Zack & Cody”— has turned his back on Hollywood, investing that sweet Disney money in All-Wise Meadery in Williamsburg. (Because mead is the new craft beer. Male model Brent Chua, 33, moved from the Philippines to NYC not long ago, and his bio is about as hipster as it gets: “He enjoys spending his time reading the works of Haruki Murakami then imagining he is one of the characters in real life. ” Man With Baggage Rudy Giuliani Getty Images If the idea of a septuagenarian embroiled in both an ugly divorce and the craziness of Washington, DC, isnt a deal-breaker, then Rudy Giuliani may be just your type. (But … really. The former NYC mayor-turned-Trump lawyer, 74, is said to be dating political fund-raiser Jennifer LeBlanc, who is not the woman he allegedly cheated with on his estranged wife Judith (who he began seeing while still married to his second wife. But wait around long enough, hell be single again. Eat your heart out, ladies. Sartorial Stallions ASAP Rocky Getty Images for Dior If youre not intimidated by the idea of a guy who has a bigger, better closet than you, check out these fashion plates. Rapper AAP Rockys last long-term public relationship, with Chanel Iman, ended in 2014, but the model made a big impression: Rocky, 29, now regularly sports designs by Dior Homme and Louis Vuitton. Stylist Dex Robinson, 32, is the man who makes pro athletes (including Golden State Warrior DeMarcus Cousins and the Toronto Raptors Kyle Lowry) look like they stepped off the pages of GQ. He tells The Post he hasnt been in an “actual relationship” since 2012. Should you need a makeover for both your wardrobe and your heart, 31-year-old hairstylist Jonathan Van Ness is the only single member of the “Queer Eye” quintuplet. The Muscle Man Keoni Hudoba @KeoniHudoba Somedays, its hard to find the motivation to work out — but that probably wouldnt be an issue if you were dating Keoni Hudoba, the Barrys Bootcamp master trainer and Mens Health fitness guru. The Hawaii native, who regularly shows off his abs to his nearly 36, 000 Instagram followers, studied opera and used to weigh 327 pounds before he found his calling as a fit-fluencer. Hudoba, 35, told The Post hes single because he “hasnt found the right person. ” The Crusaders Ronan Farrow Getty Images Journalist Ronan Farrow became a superhero last fall, helping expose sexual abuse by movie producer Harvey Weinstein for the New Yorker. The 30-year-old son of Woody Allen and Mia Farrow (she has hinted Ronans dad might actually be her ex Frank Sinatra) has been linked to speechwriter Jon Lovett, though hes never confirmed a relationship. Whether or not you agree with his views, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker is one of politics most eligible. Page Six linked the 49-year-old to poet Cleo Wade in 2016, and he asked actress Mindy Kaling out on Twitter in 2017. Of his single status, Booker told the Washington Post in 2013, “How unfair is it to a young lady to put them in the spotlight if they havent signed up for that yet? And people who think Im gay, some part of me thinks its wonderful. Because I want to challenge people on homophobia. ” Double-Minted Bros Cameron Winklevoss and Tyler Winklevoss Getty Images Dont mind being a third wheel? Identical twins Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss — the Bitcoin billionaires immortalized in the 2010 Facebook-inspired film “The Social Network” — are both on the market. To date one, you must impress both: A friend of the 36-year-old “Winklevii” told The Post last year, “You invite one [to dinner] and they awkwardly wont [get back to you right away] because you know theyre checking with the other. ” For Gus and Theo Wenner, the sons of Rolling Stone founder Jann Wenner, living the high life is in the genes. Gus, 28, is now president and chief operating officer of his fathers Wenner Media. Theo, 31, is a photographer whos reportedly romanced Liv Tyler and Miley Cyrus. Sexy Technocrats Pete Cashmore Getty Images for Advertising Wee Geek is chic. And Scotland-born Pete Cashmore, the founder of news-and-entertainment Web site Mashable, is as dashing as a movie star. The 32-year-old planned to wed blogger Kimmy Huynh last year, according to the Knot, but that never happened. Rameet Chawla, the 35-year-old founder of Fueled, a mobile-app design company, was hailed by The Post as “the most stylish man in high tech” in 2014, for his wild Burning Man get-ups.
Movie new york city most eligible batchelor games. Jack Schlossberg JFKs only grandson graduated from Yale in 2015 and is now a first-year law student at Harvard. NATURAL HABITAT Paddleboarding shirtless off the Kennedy compound in Hyannis Port. CAVEAT His Instagram is more or less a love letter to Justin Trudeau. 1 of 50 Padmanabh Singh In November the 19-year-old polo-playing Jaipur prince made his own debut when he escorted Reese Witherspoons daughter, Ava Phillippe, to Le Bal in Paris. NATURAL HABITAT The Gritti Palace, his favorite hotel. CAVEAT Doesnt shy away from the spotlight. 2 of 50 Eric Underwood The DC-born dancer spent 11 years as a soloist at Londons Royal Ballet before quitting last summer. Now he keeps busy by modeling for such photographers as Mario Testino and David Bailey. NATURAL HABITAT Loulous, the members-only club in Mayfair. CAVEAT Hes an avid fan of Strictly Come Dancing, the British version of Dancing with the Stars. 3 of 50 Ken Howery The co-founder of PayPal went on to invest in a fledgling social network called Facebook. NATURAL HABITAT Kitesurfing, snow- boarding, whitewater rafting. CAVEAT Hope you love travel—he has visited at least 87 countries (even North Korea. 4 of 50 Patrick & John Collison They made their first million by age 20, and now the Irish supercoder brothers are two of the worlds youngest billionaires thanks to Stripe, their mobile payment system. NATURAL HABITAT Their futuristic San Francisco office. CAVEAT Start shaping up—both Collisons are obsessive runners. 5 of 50 Maximillian Chow The only son of restaurateur Michael Chow and his late second wife, Tina, helps run the Mr. Chow empire. Stepmom Eva chairs L. A. s annual LACMA Art + Film gala. NATURAL HABITAT Sampling hole-in-the-wall joints in Venice Beach. CAVEAT Youll have to impress his older sister, glam actress China. 6 of 50 Hassan Jameel The Saudi billionaire is an exec in his familys business, which holds the Middle East distribution rights for Toyota and sponsors a soccer league, among other things. NATURAL HABITAT London; Ibiza; Jeddah. CAVEAT At press time had been seen canoodling with Rihanna. 7 of 50 Justin Stefano He once worked for the City of New York investigating police misconduct but switched gears to co-launch Refinery29 in a friends Brooklyn kitchen in 2005. NATURAL HABITAT Brooklyn breweries and R29s Manhattan offices. CAVEA T Youd better speak millennial. 8 of 50 Trevante Rhodes The Moonlight star took a turn as a Calvin Klein model. Next up: the drama 12 Strong. NATURAL HABITAT Exercising. Before he was in front of the camera, he was a track star at the University of Texas. CAVEAT Must love horror movies. He just finished filming the Predator reboot. 9 of 50 Chris Leidy The grandson of fashion designer Lilly Pulitzer (and great-great- grandson of publisher Joseph) specializes in underwater photography. Get your bikini bod ready. 10 of 50 Timothee Chalamet The 22-year-old actor showed up in some of 2017s best movies, including Lady Bird and Call Me By Your Name. NATURAL HABITAT New York City. The Hells Kitchen native didnt even leave for college: He went to Columbia and NYU. CAVEAT Dealing with cool exes. His high school sweetheart was Lourdes Leon. 11 of 50 David Gilboa The Warby Parker co-founder had the idea for the socially conscious, reasonably priced eyewear brand after leaving his 700 Prada glasses on a plane. NATURAL HABITAT His Soho office; exotic vacation locales. CAVEAT Dont expect his undivided attention: He admits to checking e-mail well into the night. 12 of 50 Michael Xufu Huang The 23-year-old co- founded M Woods, a contemporary museum in his hometown, Beijing, while still at Penn. He has been called the Jeffrey Deitch of China. NATURAL HABITAT New Museum board meetings in New York. CAVEAT He has better hair than you. 13 of 50 Luke Nosek After selling PayPal for 1. 5 billion in 2002, the angel investor started Founders Fund with fellow PayPal alums, then his own investment firm, Gigafund, in 2017. NATURAL HABITAT Yoga studios, perfecting his Downward Dog. CAVEAT The SpaceX investor is hoping to leave the planet. 14 of 50 Brooklyn Beckham David and Victorias eldest has a camera tattooed on his biceps. The Parsons freshman regularly shoots his siblings and girlfriend Chloë Grace Moretz and shares with his 10. 5 million followers. 15 of 50 Daniel Humm The Michelin-starred chef s Eleven Madison Park topped the 2017 Worlds 50 Best Restaurants list for the first time. NATURAL HABITAT Staying svelte running the Central Park loop. CAVEAT His ex-wife cryptically told the New York Times, “During a marriage theres a lot you cant control. ” 16 of 50 Hussain Aga Khan The son of the Aga Khan runs a conservation nonprofit. NATURAL HABITAT Photographing wildlife to raise awareness of his cause. CAVEAT Marriage requires conversion to Islam (although Rita Hayworth didnt convert when she married his grandfather. 17 of 50 Kanwar Amarjit Singh The Harvard-educated Indian prince is a champion of womens and LGBT rights. (Hes straight, FYI. NATURAL HABITAT Exhibiting art with a message at his Amar Gallery in London. CAVEAT His activism in India, where homosexuality is still taboo, draws frequent death threats. 18 of 50 Stirling Barrett At only 27, the eye-wear designer was runner-up for a CFDA award, the most prestigious accolade for young designers. NATURAL HABITAT The French Quarter of New Orleans, where his brand, Krewe, has its HQ. CAVEAT Turnoffs include Lasik and contacts. 19 of 50 David Korins The Tony nominee created the sets for Hamilton and Dear Evan Hansen and has worked with Kanye West. NATURAL HABITAT His Wonka-esque studio in the heart of Broadway. CAVEAT Brace yourself for lots of theater district dining— he designed the new restaurant Bond 45. 20 of 50 Charlie Stemp The 23-year-old London-born actor is coming to the United States this winter to star on Broadway in the smash Hello, Dolly! NATURAL HABITAT The rugby pitch. CAVEAT Good luck showing him off to your friends when hes doing eight shows a week. 21 of 50 Xavier Dolan Only 28, hes already a veteran director—Adeles “Hello” video—and Louis Vuitton model whose next film is rumored to be debuting this year at Cannes. NATURAL HABITAT He was raised in Montreal but goes wherever the red carpet takes him. CAVEAT Hes fiery. The auteur has publicly scrapped with critics and Twitter trolls. 22 of 50 Tariq Meyers As head of Inclusion & Diversity at Lyft, he implemented bias training and gender inclusion policies that have made the ride- sharing app the anti-Uber. NATURAL HABITAT On a panel, talking about how to recruit a diverse staff. CAVEAT Get ready to carpool. 23 of 50 Ayad Akhtar The novelist and playwright won a Pulitzer Prize in 2013 for his drama Disgraced and this year was back on Broadway with Junk, a financial thriller set in the 1980s. NATURAL HABITAT Backstage at Lincoln Center. CAVEAT Be careful—you could end up as material for his next hit. 24 of 50 Alexandre Assouline Developing an online platform for large-format books is one of his projects as director of marketing and digital operations at his familys publishing house. NATURAL HABITAT The private clubs and luxury hotels where Assouline curates libraries. CAVEAT Youll need a bigger coffee table. 25 of 50 Alexander Gilkes Last year the art auctioneer and Paddle8 co-founder split from fashion designer wife Misha Nonoo. NATURAL HABITAT Art fairs and Annabels with royals like Princess Eugenie, whom he formerly employed. CAVEAT Page Six cited “Wild Ambition” as reason for his recent divorce. 26 of 50 Carter Cleveland The Princeton grad is the co-founder and CEO of Artsy; his ambition is to make it an “Amazon for the art world. ” NATURAL HABITAT Glamping and spiritual retreats with the Artsy staff. CAVEAT He has expressed plans to travel to space as soon as he has enough money. 27 of 50 Loic Gouzer The hunky chairman of Christies postwar and contemporary art snaps up blockbusters (including Picassos Les Femmes dAlger) with unrivaled charm and tenacity. NATURAL HABITAT Jetsetting with Leo (yes, that Leo. CAVEAT Buy insurance: He enjoys swimming with sharks. 28 of 50 Daniel Kaluuya The Londoner starred last year in the horror hit Get Out. Up next: Februarys Black Panther. NATURAL HABITAT The writers room. His big break was on the UK series Skins as an actor and writer. CAVEAT Get Out was a scary movie about meeting the parents. Have fun introducing him to yours. 29 of 50 Ed Tang The son of late Shanghai Tang founder David is a Sothebys adviser who has done stints at Phillips and Christies. NATURAL HABITAT Lounging on a Jean Prouvé chair in his contemporary art–filled NYC loft. CAVEAT Is often seen hanging out with Kate Moss, but apparently theyre just friends. 30 of 50.
A photo of a different male mandarin duck that we had to use because of permissions. Photo: Philippe Clément/UIG via Getty Images New York City is home to an abundance of birds: starlings, hawks, sparrows seagulls, and more. But the hottest one at the moment is undeniably this male mandarin duck. Gothamist reports that the non-native fowl — who likely escaped from a zoo or his owner — was first seen in mid-October in the Central Park Pond. Here, a soothing glimpse at this mesmerizing creature: Last week he was spotted again, lost in thought by the 79th Street Boat basin. And yesterday, per Gothamist, he was enjoying his Sunday afternoon back at the pond. Beautiful? Yes. Mysterious? Yes. New York Citys most eligible bachelor? Yes! And weve compiled everything you need to know about him: Name: Unknown Age: Unknown Relationship status: Probably single Neighborhood: Upper West Side/Midtown Job: Duck Height: 16–19 inches Wingspan: 26–30 inches Diet: Seeds, acorns, grains, aquatic plants, insects, land snails, small fish Smokes: No Drinks: No Celebrity crush: Marisa Tomei Political affiliation: Duck Duck: Yes New Yorks Most Eligible Bachelor Is This Beautiful Duck.
Hinge New York City is never accused of being a place where people are too eager to settle down. Still, for many New Yorkers, life eventually reaches a point where the time comes for a more serious relationship. And the dating app Hinge, which has gone through some changes of its own, wants to help. Hinge, which initially existed as a Tinder for your friends-of-friends, launched a new app last fall that is supposed to focus more on relationships (versus hookups. That means less swiping, more of a social-media vibe, and a 7-a-month fee for the full feature set. To show off the new app's potential, Hinge has put together a list of the 40 most eligible people in New York City. Hinge based the list on how much interest each person's profiles received coupled with success in career and formal education. Here are the top 40 singles in New York City, according to Hinge: No. 40: Tyler McCaine Work: Analyst at HFF Education: Colgate University Hometown: Westchester, NY Neighborhood: Flatiron District No. 39: Nicole Diamond Work: Special Events Manager Education: University of Miami Hometown: Brookville, NY Neighborhood: Chelsea No. 38: Josh Shapiro Work: JPMorgan Chase Education: Colgate University Hometown: New York, NY Neighborhood: Lincoln Square No. 37: Guerin Schwarberg Work: Invest Forward Education: Vanderbilt University Hometown: Mission Hills, Kansas Neighborhood: Lower East Side No. 36: Kirsten Robinson Work: Senior Copywriter, Editor at Surf Yoga Beer Education: James Madison University Hometown: Fairfield, CT Neighborhood: West Village No. 35: Roy Chung Work: NEXT Model & Founder at ZenProspect Education: Wesleyan University/UC Berkeley Hometown: Seattle, WA Neighborhood: Williamsburg No. 34: Monique Stafford Work: Child Care Professional and Entrepreneur Education: Dickinson College and Bucknell University Hometown: Washington, DC Neighborhood: Upper West Side No. 33: Joe Woodard Work: Product Manager at Education: University of Pennsylvania Hometown: Torrance, CA Neighborhood: Kips Bay No. 32: Lauren Weiner Work: Tutor and/or Curriculum Writer Education: MS, Columbia University; BA, University of Miami Hometown: Palm Beach Gardens, FL Neighborhood: Kips Bay No. 31: Steven Chasin Work: Morgan Stanley Education: New York University Hometown: Larchmont, NY Neighborhood: Financial District No. 30: Carly Ettinger Work: Content-Trend Analyst at StyleHaul Education: University of Wisconsin-Madison Hometown: Minneapolis, MN Neighborhood: Gramercy No. 29: Brant Talesnick Work: Attorney at Emmet, Marvin, and Martin LLP Education: The George Washington University Hometown: New York, NY Neighborhood: Gramercy No. 28: Andi Cross Work: Global Business Development - Huge, Inc Education: The George Washington University Hometown: Broomall, PA Neighborhood: Financial District No. 27: Peter Roessler Work: Vice President, Investments at David Lerner Associates, Inc. and songwriter/producer for Late Nite Cable (band) Education: University of Rochester; IAE Business School; Berklee College of Music Hometown: Fairfield, CT Neighborhood: Greenpoint No. 26: Kelly Shea Work: Russell Tobin & Associates Education: Siena College Hometown: Oceanside, NY Neighborhood: Hell's Kitchen No. 25: Alexandre Perrein Work: Financial Analyst Education: Northeastern University Hometown: Greenwich, CT Neighborhood: West Village No. 24: Ayana Dawkins Work: Data Analyst at IBM Education: Columbia University Hometown: Princeton Junction, NJ Neighborhood: Lower East Side No. 23: Jordan Barker Work: Founder & Principal at Bark Equities Education: Syracuse University Hometown: Armonk, NY Neighborhood: Upper East Side No. 22: Lizzy Sieverding Work: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Education: University of Rochester School of Nursing Hometown: Chappaqua, NY Neighborhood: Alphabet City No. 21: Dan Fleishaker Work: Protagonist Creative Agency Education: Cornell University Hometown: New York, NY Neighborhood: Williamsburg No. 20: Amanda Stoneall Work: Social Media Strategist at WWE Education: University of Wisconsin - Madison Hometown: Lake Geneva, WI Neighborhood: Williamsburg No. 19: Ian Weinberger Work: Associate Music Director of Hamilton The Musical Education: Northwestern University Hometown: Evanston, IL Neighborhood: Hell's Kitchen No. 18: Jessica Rossman Work: Director of Communications and Marketing at F-Factor Education: University of Wisconsin Madison Hometown: Sharon, MA Neighborhood: Flatiron District No. 17: Matt Sutton Work: Vertical Marketing Manager at Facebook Education: University of Virginia Hometown: Waterford, VA Neighborhood: Bowery No. 16: Asa Jordan Work: Marketing at ESI Design Education: Duke University Hometown: Ossining, NY Neighborhood: Midtown East No. 15: Ben Lebowitz Work: Head of Social Media, Figliulo & Partners Education: Fordham University Hometown: Miller Place, NY Neighborhood: West Village No. 14: Caroline Hansen Work: Travel Specialist at Indagare Travel Education: University of Delaware Hometown: Westfield, NJ Neighborhood: Chelsea No. 13: Jon Freeman Work: Psychology & Neural Science Professor and Lab Director at NYU Education: PhD, Tufts University. BA, New York University Hometown: Weymouth, MA Neighborhood: Greenwich Village No. 12: Naomi Shah Work: Jeweler Education: Michigan State University Hometown: Farmington Hills, MI Neighborhood: Chelsea No. 11: Trent Spangler Work: JPMorgan Chase Education: The Ohio State University Hometown: Columbus, Ohio Neighborhood: Upper East Side No. 10: Andy Allen Work: Model Management Group Education: University of Pittsburgh Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA Neighborhood: East Village No. 9: Kalpana Nagampalli Work: Feldman Law Group, Intellectual Property Litigation Rated by Superlawyers Education: University of Pennsylvania Law School Hometown: Jamshedpur, India Neighborhood: Kips Bay No. 8: Dave Altarescu Work: Verizon Digital Entertainment, Head of Product Marketing Education: Berklee College of Music Hometown: Chappaqua, NY Neighborhood: Williamsburg No. 7: Kelci Nienhuis Work: Social Media Marketing Education: DePaul University Hometown: Holland, MI Neighborhood: Park Slope No. 6: Adam Olson Work: Global Training Program Manager at Google Education: The University of Arizona Hometown: Villa Park, CA Neighborhood: Alphabet City No. 5: Katie Suskin Work: Senior Product Designer at Big Human Education: University of Washington Hometown: Seattle, WA Neighborhood: Bedford-Stuyvesant No. 4: Daren Miller Work: Google Education: Duke University Hometown: Saint Petersburg, FL Neighborhood: Williamsburg No. 3: Megan Markham Work: Mount Sinai Children's Environmental Health Center Education: The University of Texas at Austin Hometown: Austin, TX Neighborhood: East Village No. 2: Chris Cafero Work: Actor, Writer, Comedian. Select Credits: The Night Of (HBO) Billions (ShowTime) As The World Turns (CBS) Education: The George Washington University Hometown: Norwalk, CT Neighborhood: Astoria No. 1: Mia Donahue Work: LinkedIn Education: Bucknell University Hometown: Shamong, NJ Neighborhood: East Village You can download the Hinge app here. More: Features Dating Apps Tinder.
Movie new york city most eligible batchelor youtube. [ UPDATE: This story was originally published on August 27, 2014. Carrie Bradshaw once said, New York is the perfect place to be single. The city is your date. Well, not to hate on Sex and the City, but spending time wandering New York's many restaurants, bars, and museums solo doesn't exactly sound like the idea of a good time. Plus, having to spend our single hours sifting through OkCupid or Tinder to find a potential suitor is equally — if not less — appealing. Seriously, try sifting through 8. 4 million people to find THE one. Why does it seem that, with so many available people at our fingertips, it's nearly impossible to find someone who isn't a total creep? Oh, and is smart, handsome, and funny, too. Are we asking too much? Well, you can call us your matchmaker, because we've dug deep into the New York singles scene to find 22 of the most eligible bachelors of 2014. From an NBA stylist to a real estate agent to a music producer, there's a little something in here for everyone's romantic needs. Go on — start swooning over these sexy single men, and let the Facebook friending commence.
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Movie New York City Most Eligible bachelor of communication. NEW YORK, NY — Of the litany of dating apps trying to profit off the craterous demand for human connection carved out by the Single And Chronically Unsatisfied Millennial Of The Two-Thousand-Tens, Hinge, a career- and status-centric "relationship app" for "the community of people who want more. has to be the New Yorkiest. (And where, after all, can you find a higher concentration of single and chronically unsatisfied millennials than in New York City, fertile land of commitment phobia and backup-option overstock. Hinge wasn't always so New Yorky. The app's strategy when it first launched in 2013 was to match daters with friends of friends, using data pulled from their Facebook profiles. That didn't work, business-wise. "We were just going to lose out essentially to Tinder over time as it swallowed us because we weren't different enough and our product wasn't living up to our vision. Hinge's CEO told NPR. So, in 2016, the app upped its Manhattan factor. In their Hinge profiles, users now list where they live, where they work and where they went to school, and answer cutesy questions about their hopes and dreams and favorite local hangouts. Hinge's latest effort to build a larger customer base is equally New Yorky: The company released a definitive list Tuesday of the 40 most eligible singles currently using its platform. Singles were ranked based on 1) number of profile "likes. 2) success within their respective industries and 3) the prestige of their college education. The resulting Top 40 list reads like a Forbes ranking crossed with a casting portfolio for ABC's "The Bachelor" A bunch of well-groomed 20-and 30-somethings, smiling out from a series of suspiciously professional-looking portraits, emblazoned with personality-defining sound bytes and sorted by career/alma mater/location. Perhaps unsurprisingly, Hinge's highly eligible humans are most densely clustered in Williamsburg and the East Village (five each. Kips Bay, the West Village and Chelsea tie for a close second (three each. Below is Hinge's full ranking, in all its New Yorkiness, with the most eligible single at spot No. 1. Likin' what you're seein' Download the app here. No. 40: Tyler McCaine Work: Analyst at HFF Education: Colgate University Hometown: Westchester, NY Neighborhood: Flatiron District No. 39: Nicole Diamond Work: Manager, Global Special Events at Ralph Lauren Education: University of Miami Hometown: Brookville, NY Neighborhood: Chelsea No. 38: Josh Shapiro Work: JPMorgan Chase Education: Colgate University Hometown: New York, NY Neighborhood: Lincoln Square No. 37: Guerin Schwarberg Work: Invest Forward Education: Vanderbilt University Hometown: Mission Hills, Kansas Neighborhood: Lower East Side No. 36: Kirsten Robinson Work: Senior Copywriter, Editor at Surf Yoga Beer Education: James Madison University Hometown: Fairfield, CT Neighborhood: West Village No. 35: Roy Chung Work: NEXT Model & Founder at ZenProspect Education: Wesleyan University/UC Berkeley Hometown: Seattle, WA Neighborhood: Williamsburg No. 34: Monique Stafford Work: Child Care Professional and Entrepreneur Education: Dickinson College and Bucknell University Hometown: Washington, DC Neighborhood: Upper West Side No. 33: Joe Woodard Work: Product Manager at Education: University of Pennsylvania Hometown: Torrance, CA Neighborhood: Kips Bay No. 32: Lauren Weiner Work: Tutor and/or Curriculum Writer Education: MS, Columbia University; BA, University of Miami Hometown: Palm Beach Gardens, FL Neighborhood: Kips Bay No. 31: Steven Chasin Work: Morgan Stanley Education: New York University Hometown: Larchmont, NY Neighborhood: Financial District No. 30: Carly Ettinger Work: Content-Trend Analyst at StyleHaul Education: University of Wisconsin-Madison Hometown: Minneapolis, MN Neighborhood: Gramercy No. 29: Brant Talesnick Work: Attorney at Emmet, Marvin, and Martin LLP Education: The George Washington University Hometown: New York, NY Neighborhood: Gramercy No. 28: Andi Cross Work: Global Business Development - Huge, Inc Education: The George Washington University Hometown: Broomall, PA Neighborhood: Financial District No. 27: Peter Roessler Work: Vice President, Investments at David Lerner Associates, Inc. and songwriter/producer for Late Nite Cable (band) Education: University of Rochester; IAE Business School; Berklee College of Music Hometown: Fairfield, CT Neighborhood: Greenpoint No. 26: Kelly Shea Work: Russell Tobin & Associates Education: Siena College Hometown: Oceanside, NY Neighborhood: Hell's Kitchen No. 25: Alexandre Perrein Work: Financial Analyst Education: Northeastern University Hometown: Greenwich, CT Neighborhood: West Village No. 24: Ayana Dawkins Work: Data Analyst at IBM Education: Columbia University Hometown: Princeton Junction, NJ Neighborhood: Lower East Side No. 23: Jordan Barker Work: Founder & Principal at Bark Equities Education: Syracuse University Hometown: Armonk, NY Neighborhood: Upper East Side No. 22: Lizzy Sieverding Work: Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center Education: University of Rochester School of Nursing Hometown: Chappaqua, NY Neighborhood: Alphabet City No. 21: Dan Fleishaker Work: Protagonist Creative Agency Education: Cornell University Hometown: New York, NY Neighborhood: Williamsburg No. 20: Amanda Stoneall Work: Social Media Strategist at WWE Education: University of Wisconsin - Madison Hometown: Lake Geneva, WI Neighborhood: Williamsburg No. 19: Ian Weinberger Work: Associate Music Director of Hamilton The Musical Education: Northwestern University Hometown: Evanston, IL Neighborhood: Hell's Kitchen No. 18: Jessica Rossman Work: Director of Communications and Marketing at F-Factor Education: University of Wisconsin Madison Hometown: Sharon, MA Neighborhood: Flatiron District No. 17: Matt Sutton Work: Vertical Marketing Manager at Facebook Education: University of Virginia Hometown: Waterford, VA Neighborhood: Bowery No. 16: Asa Jordan Work: Marketing at ESI Design Education: Duke University Hometown: Ossining, NY Neighborhood: Midtown East No. 15: Ben Lebowitz Work: Head of Social Media, Figliulo & Partners Education: Fordham University Hometown: Miller Place, NY Neighborhood: West Village No. 14: Caroline Hansen Work: Travel Specialist at Indagare Travel Education: University of Delaware Hometown: Westfield, NJ Neighborhood: Chelsea No. 13: Jon Freeman Work: Psychology & Neural Science Professor and Lab Director at NYU Education: PhD, Tufts University. BA, New York University Hometown: Weymouth, MA Neighborhood: Greenwich Village No. 12: Naomi Shah Work: Jeweler Education: Michigan State University Hometown: Farmington Hills, MI Neighborhood: Chelsea No. 11: Trent Spangler Work: JPMorgan Chase Education: The Ohio State University Hometown: Columbus, Ohio Neighborhood: Upper East Side No. 10: Andy Allen Work: Model Management Group Education: University of Pittsburgh Hometown: Pittsburgh, PA Neighborhood: East Village No. 9: Kalpana Nagampalli Work: Feldman Law Group, Intellectual Property Litigation Rated by Superlawyers Education: University of Pennsylvania Law School Hometown: Jamshedpur, India Neighborhood: Kips Bay No. 8: Dave Altarescu Work: Verizon Digital Entertainment, Head of Product Marketing Education: Berklee College of Music Hometown: Chappaqua, NY Neighborhood: Williamsburg No. 7: Kelci Nienhuis Work: Social Media Marketing Education: DePaul University Hometown: Holland, MI Neighborhood: Park Slope No. 6: Adam Olson Work: Global Training Program Manager at Google Education: The University of Arizona Hometown: Villa Park, CA Neighborhood: Alphabet City No. 5: Katie Suskin Work: Senior Product Designer at Big Human Education: University of Washington Hometown: Seattle, WA Neighborhood: Bedford-Stuyvesant No. 4: Daren Miller Work: Google Education: Duke University Hometown: Saint Petersburg, FL Neighborhood: Williamsburg No. 3: Megan Markham Work: Mount Sinai Children's Environmental Health Center Education: The University of Texas at Austin Hometown: Austin, TX Neighborhood: East Village No. 2: Chris Cafero Work: Actor, Writer, Comedian. Select Credits: The Night Of (HBO) Billions (ShowTime) As The World Turns (CBS) Education: The George Washington University Hometown: Norwalk, CT Neighborhood: Astoria No. 1: Mia Donahue Work: LinkedIn Education: Bucknell University Hometown: Shamong, NJ Neighborhood: East Village All images courtesy of Hinge.