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The former America's Next Top Model contestant (and Out100 honoree) is currently a VP of Equity Derivatives at Citi Group and owner of the New York City hotspot, The Dalloway. Her her fiancée, Lexi Ritsch, is the general manager of the bar and restaurant. The couple married June 15 at the Stolz family estate in Bridgehampton. SEE IMAGES FROM THE CEREMONY
This stylish couple sure knows how to throw a party (and look good no matter what they're doing). Sassy Simon remains th eCreative Ambassador-at-Large for Barney's but he's also a popular author, most recently of the cheeky book, Gay Men Don't Get Fat. Adler, a designer and potter and author, is best known for his boutiques of home furnishings, currently with 19 stores worldwide. The couple married in 2008.
Long admired in the fashion industry, he was less well-known to the general public. But now the fashion designer Browne is having a moment after First Lady Michelle Obama wore his dress to the January 21, 2013 inauguration. Boyfriend Andrew Bolton may be a bit more behind the scenes as a curator at the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, but the two are a fashionable force to be reckoned with.
Photograph by Martien Mulder
While choreographer and dancer Bill T. Jones is the name on the marquee, these men have figured out a way to have a nearly two decades-long partnership that is both successful romantic and creatively. Read more here.
While both successful visual artists (and mothers), the couple met the old-fashioned way (at a bar) and continue to receive commissions and influence the art world.
Photo by Philippe Vogelenzang for V magazine
As the president of J. Crew, fashion-forward Lyons is dressing America (including the First Lady) and ranks No. 38 on Out's Power 50, while also creating a life with Crangi who is business partners with her brother, jewelry designer Philip Crangi. While shy in public at first, they recently posed for their first-ever joint photo shoot in V magazine.
If there is such a thing as fashion royalty, it would have to be this dynamic duo. Tom Ford was a shy 25-year-old when he met magazine editor Richard Buckley. He says it took him the length of an elevator ride to decide he wanted to marry him. Read the whole story.
We have only begun to hear the names of these two, but the twentysomethings are already ambitious beyond most people's wildest dreams. Not only does Hughes have deep pockets as one of the original gang of Facebook, he's now the owner, publisher, and editor of the New Republic. And Eldridge is now running for Congress. What will be next? We have decades to figure it out. But we think they plan to be the first gay couple in the White House. And why not?
It's easy to focus on celebrity and forget about the people behind the scenes with successful businesses who manage to make it work—both professionally and romantically. This entrepreneurial duo (who have been together for 23 years) founded Burba Hotel Network, which develops and produces conferences for the hotel and tourism investment community. Since 2000, their events have attracted nearly 80,000 international delegates in 22 countries. See, it pays to learn to live and love together.
Gilbert (currently a host on The Talk) and Perry, known for her alterna one-hit wonder "What's Up?" but also successful for her hits for Pink, Christine Aguilera, and Alicia Keys, recently got engaged. It's a match made in '90s heaven.
Known for gorgeous wedding gowns for the ladies, this power designer pairing recently tied the knot themselves in a low-key ceremony.
It’s unusual for an artistic team to be exclusive, let alone personal as well as professional, and their 12 years of working and living together has given them both a terrific shorthand to work together creatively. This Montreal-based duo is shaping opera productions worldwide with wild and beautiful sets, costumes, and edgy directions from everything from Turandot (last summer in Seattle) to Wagner.
Photo by M. Sharkey
Of course we all know about Sir Elton's music career. But with his husband, the filmmaker and producer David Furnish, with whom he has a son, Zachary, Elton John has funneled his celebrity and his passion into fighting AIDS through the Elton John Aids Foundation, raising $275 million to support HIV/AIDS prevention programs around the globe. And let's not forget the couple's astounding art collection.