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Pocket Change, an e-newsletter of "New York's most expensive items", is hosting another one of its douchetastic singles events. What's most interesting about the list of attendees of "Fashion meets Finance" (where men of finance will mix awkwardly with women of fashion) is not the little thumbnails of eager singles, but their salary info and job titles listed right next to the pics. For instance, BCBG designer Carrie Slater (no image, sadly) makes $150 to $199K a year. Deanna Dimuria, a very friendly-looking "planner" for Coach makes $200,000-$299,000 a year. And there are a few internet people! Like Meredith Garcia, co-founder of TheFashionList. She's pulling in $75,000-$99,999 a year. [Pocket Change]