Fashion's Most Eligible Bachelors

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    As the days get colder, all the single dudes and gals in the office are wishing they had someone to cozy up to in some matching cashmere sweaters or under a Pendleton blanket on the Great Lawn. We're not desperate (please!), but sometimes finding a man in this City is harder than keeping Lindsay out of jail. And with our busy fall schedules—Fashion Weeks, Art Basel, uh, Mad Men—we simply don't have the time to do the bar crawls or those terrible blind dates (guys, salicylic acid goes a long way). If you're feeling the same way, and aren't quite ready for match.com, we've shed blood, sweat, and tears to put together a hit-list of fashion's most eligible bachelors, all based right here in NYC. From artists to editors, designers to publicists, scroll through our list of 26 of the men you to keep an eye out for. Who knows...maybe you can take them off the market!

    Peter Davis, writer:
    Everytime we see him out, we want at least one thing he's wearing. Guys, if you'd rather see him with nothing on, we suggest hitting up the Boom Boom Room and trying to strike up a conversation—bring up Daphne Guinness!

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