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The Select sub-platform is the world's biggest dating app's entry into the increasingly popular market for elitism.
Its key selling point is that it finds people as career-focused as you are -- the sort of people who will understand that you can't go to see that German arthouse comedy because Tokyo needs the tort law briefing by 3am UTC.
However, its founder, Amanda Bradford (Stanford, MBA), suggests that there is still a glimmer of hope for normies everywhere: "Maybe you didn't go to Oxford, but you started a non-profit to help underprivileged children in Africa and you've run that company from the ground up." Fearing the sort of backlash that overtook the nightmarish human-rating app Peeple, Luxy's CEO remains anonymous, choosing to be known only as "Tim T." Luxy boasts that half of its users earn more than $500,000 a year, but a humble $200,000 income will get you in the door.
For $99 a month -- far less than the wine-pairing at Noma -- members can join Luxy Black, which allows you to put a prestigious VIP logo next to your profile and avoid the humiliation of other members voting on your application.