The magazine equivalent to “What is Burn Notice?” has released its annual Top 50 Bachelor List/Sexiest Men list, and unsurprisingly, Adam “New Money” Levine didn’t make the cut. Instead, the top spot for Town & Country‘s countdown of sexy scions went to Clint Eastwood’s 27-year-old son Scott, whose credits include Flags of Our Fathers, Gran Torino, and Trouble with the Curve.
If having famous folks is a reason to be eligible, T&C‘s (self-proclaimed) “highly subjective” list isn’t that subjective at all. Just for fun, let’s count all the legacy names, shall we?
The coverage of this weekend’s brouhaha at the Double Seven club, when former Hawaiian Tropic Zone owner Adam Hock brawled with a team of jet-setting socialites (including Prince Pierre Casiraghi, Stavros Niarchos, Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld, and Diego Marroquin), left out one pretty important detail: how did the model girlfriends of the two groups react?
After this weekend’s brawl at Double Seven which left former club owner Adam Hock with a sprained shoulder and several arrest charges after doing battle with a hoard of young, rich, and beautiful people, the young, rich, and beautiful people have responded.
Updated: An earlier edition of this item suggested that Ms. Hilton was at the club at the time of the assault. She was in Las Vegas, celebrating her birthday and winning a lot of money. The New York Observer apologizes for the error.
Today’s biggest headline in the New York Post wasn’t about Jeremy Lin or Cardinal Tim Dolan. How refreshing! Instead, the story of the day is about a spat at the Meatpacking Club Double Seven club on Saturday night, between former owner of Hawaiian Tropic Zone, Adam Hock, and a group of very young adults with very old money. The night ended with a sprained shoulder for Mr. Hock and an alleged broken jaw for 24-year-old Prince Pierre Casiraghi, the grandson of Grace Kelly. Mr. Hock is now being charged with four counts of third-degree assault.
Fights between socialites and bar owners are usually relegated to Page Six. So how did Emily Smith‘s team make Saturday’s punch-up front page news? The answer might lay in a throw-away reference to the rest of the prince’s posse.