The duo weren't afraid to be "cuddly and affectionate" at parties and public events, according the New York Times.
A one-time employee of investment banking giant Goldman Sachs, Mezvinsky now works as a banker at the hedge fund G3 Capital; Clinton, who has worked as a consultant and as a financial analyst, is attending graduate school at Columbia University's School of Public Health.
It was “Cheesy Listening” night at the Zodiac club in Oxford, and all the Sloanes were there.
The Sloanes—so named for their resemblance to an affected set in London in the 80s—are the girls who run the Oxford University social scene, or at least think they do, because they are pretty and blonde and have families with vacation homes in places like Ibiza, which they pronounce “Ih-bee-tha.” They can easily be spotted by their pink pashminas.
("I will somehow serve my country," she said in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks.) PHOTOS: Remember these lavish weddings? "We didn't get married this past summer despite the stories to the contrary, but we are looking toward next summer and hope you all will be there to celebrate with us." Former President Bill Clinton couldn't help but gush when he learned that the two planned to wed.