The data breach came to their attention in December, when security professionals found a Beautiful People database that was left vulnerable in its servers.
One of those professionals, Chris Vickery at Mac Keeper, reported on the breach and contacted the website to patch the security hole.
“We will take the same ethos into this project as we did when we launched the dating site.
We are simply taking the Beautiful People concept into the real world.” In order to gain entrance to the as-yet unnamed club, there’s a catch: you must be deemed good-looking by members of Hodge’s Beauty Police, which consists of celebrity trainers, models, Hollywood insiders and influencers.
The online dating site OK Cupid have disclosed that people who post the most beautiful profile pictures are less likely to receive dates than people with more down-to-Earth looks.
That's consistent with other research, reviewed by social psychologists at the which demonstrated that people move out of the way when extremely attractive women walk through public space.
Beautiful People, which claims it is an “exclusively beautiful community” catering to elites, had a data breach five months ago, which the New York City-based company said was quickly patched.