Rula jebreal julian schnabel dating

08-Jul-2019 03:09 by 7 Comments

Rula jebreal julian schnabel dating

As “Project Runway” host Heidi Klum frolicked in the waters off Tulum, Mexico, last month, she wore little more than a skimpy bikini bottom — and art-dealer beau Vito Schnabel on her arm.

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“I remember when Jay Z was cutting his teeth as a public figure, and when he’d see Vito at an art show, he would sorta walk behind him or next to him in an eager way, almost like he wanted to be Vito, even though Vito was much younger,” recalls Librizzi.

As the May-December romance heats up, with the pair globe-trotting to Paris, Dallas, Los Angeles and Mexico, the tabloids have been breathlessly following Klum’s dive into the cubs’ den.

But the German supermodel isn’t the first older woman Schnabel’s romanced.

“His mother [Jacqueline] is smoking hot, he’s the youngest with two older sisters, and even in his awkward phase, he still had this thing that was alluring to older women.

He’s always had this confidence.” Schnabel’s longtime penchant for older ladies might be a result of such formidable women in his life, says relationship expert Dr.

Having already squired Demi Moore when she was 50 and he was 26, Liv Tyler when she was 32 and he was 23, and Elle Macpherson when she was 44 and he was 21, the art scion has always hit it off with more experienced ladies, according to filmmaker/artist Nemo Librizzi, a family friend who has known Schnabel since he was 8.

“I remember older women liking him when he was as young as 13, because he could carry on a conversation.

“Everybody is so glib and Machiavellian, and if you talk to Vito, he seems to be translating real feelings,” says Librizzi.

“I think that’s why he has such luck with the ladies.

He always had a way of treating women like royalty.” Librizzi says he always knew there was something special about Schnabel.

“The first time I met Vito, when he was about 8, it was at Jacqueline’s kitchen at the Frank Lloyd Wright table they have, and Vito was arguing with [now-deceased poet] René Ricard about how to boil a quail egg,” says Librizzi.

“Vito had a style at the time, with a white T-shirt and a cashmere V-neck sweater.