THE SKINNY: Born into an Argentine polo dynasty — father is legend and Ellerstina club founder Gonzalo Pieres — Facundo is currently ranked fourth in the world. NATURAL HABITAT: The field, trying to repeat his 2010 Triple Crown.
CAVEAT: He did once admit to liking the Hard Rock Café. CAVEAT: Despite a high-profile 2009 relationship with Rashida Jones, Favreau is a married-to-his-job type — he's known to work 20-hour days — and seems committed to doing so, at least for the next four years.
And if that doesn't faze you: "Slave to Love" as a wedding song? LIKES: Surfing, dive bars (he's part owner of the Saddle in Solana Beach, California). CAVEAT: You'll always have to leave a chair empty next to Clint at holiday dinners.
Fox in THE SKINNY: The talented Belgian designer very publicly took over the reins at Dior last year, to great acclaim, but his personal life remains a bit of a mystery.
Dating in your late 30s (especially if you are dating after divorce with kids like me) is sort of like sifting through a garbage can, hoping to find a huge diamond and a pair of Manolo Blahniks.
I don't mean to say that every available man is worthless when you're in your late 30s but rather that the game is hard, and guess what, ladies: it's still a game, even at our age.
THE SKINNY: The second-youngest head presidential speechwriter ever (he was 27 when Obama entered office and gave him the position), the die-hard Democrat and Holy Cross valedictorian has already made magazine's "100 Most Influential" list. THE SKINNY: The son of George Soros recently started his own foundation dedicated to social justice; he owns bachelor pads in London, New York, and the Bay Area.
(If you miss the boat on him, there's his 23-year-old brother, Greg, who, like most aspiring artists, lives in a million Manhattan townhouse.)LIKES: Spending and giving away money, in equal measure. CAVEAT: Daddy issues (he has mentioned George's distant parenting style in several interviews). CAVEAT: His definition of a swanky hotel is his brother's couch.