ICYMI, we published a book (*which is insane) last week. To celebrate, we did what we always do: assemble a large group of people in a contained space and go to town / raise the roof / have a ball / paint the town red.
This particular party also featured a superb DJ who played trip-hop of Japanese origin, and some rather intriguing finger foods, such as the world’s smallest taco (no bigger than an adult man’s thumbnail!).
And now, for some party pics.
Warby Parker co-CEOs Dave Gilboa and Neil Blumenthal.
Roof status: raised.
This is our equivalent of sky-writing. Instead of renting a plane and inscribing the heavens with copy, we put words on cookies. It’s easier to read. And more edible. Probably better for the environment, too.
Illustrator John Lee, looking crisper than a Ritz Cracker™ in his suit.
Neil Blumenthal and Paul Whitlatch of Hachette Books.
“True success is figuring out your life and career so you never have to be around jerks.” —John Waters. (Pictured above: successful people.)
Michelle Aielli (mysterious smile, left) and Paul Whitlatch (boyish grin, right)—luminaries of Hachette Books.
*Clap along if you feel like happiness is the truth*