Conde Nast's home shopping magazine Domino folded last month. Here, photos of their magazine death party, at the apartment of
editor Deborah Needleman. Note the bottles of Stella, the official beverage of magazine closings. Sad.
CORRECTION: Former Domino editor-at-large Thomas Delavan writes in to say that the party was at his apartment in the West Village, not Needleman's in TriBeCa. We were thrown by similar chairs, large paper globes and flooring, and apologize for the misapprehension.
That's Needleman on the far left.
Refreshments were served. The apartment is "a mix of high-a nineteenth- century Swedish table and chairs-and low, with big, cheap paper lanterns."
Needleman and husband Slate editor Jacob Weisberg have thrown many parties at their apartment, and even though it looks like people were in good spirits for this send-off, this is the saddest.