In other words, Luxy is for the cream – and only the cream – of the crop. CNN called it “the Tinder app for snobs.” Business Insider led with "Tinder, minus the poor people." A spokesman for Luxy told The Guardian that the service is “certainly exclusionary.” Even Luxy's own press releases are designed to shock.
At least two from 2015 proudly boast about rejecting “ugly and poor” applicants. Luxy knows exactly what it wants to be and doesn't shy away from it.
Style Section devoted considerable space to The League this weekend.
While it sounds like a crusading band of superheroes or an international confederation for world peace, the League is really the anti-Tinder: not merely a dating app but a way to validate, with assurance, the pedigree of your potential mate.
Then meet Luxy, a much-debated dating service that allows members to accept or reject new applicants based on appearance and financial status. Luxy is an elites-only dating platform that focuses on wealthy individuals seeking companionship with other high caliber singles.
According to the company, its "successful and attractive" members include CEOs, lawyers, athletes, investors, athletes, actors, and other celebrities.
In fact, I’ve actually gone on a couple of dates with someone I met at a speed-dating event just a couple of weeks ago. Anyway, I digress: if you have about 5 minutes to spare, look through what I have to say and judge for yourself!
And this article is pretty much my reflection on how a small step (or rather a few mouse clicks) can change your life.Despite the blatant focus on money, free accounts are available.Free members can create a profile by logging in with Facebook or signing up with email.From to Tinder, anyone can sign up online or download the app, stick on a few flattering photos and be meeting potential partners within minutes.But those in the know shun such commonplace options, preferring to turn to an altogether more exclusive platform: The Inner Circle.