Last night Gawker founder Nick Denton hosted a little soiree at his Soho pad to welcome the American staff of the Guardian who recently moved their office to the neighborhood. And what is a party without a photo booth and a few boldfaced media names? We didn't save you any tea sandwiches, but you can at least enjoy the pictures.
Slate's Jacob Weisberg, the needs-no-introduction Arianna Huffington, the Guardian's Janine Gibson, Gawker's Nick Denton, and Business Insider's Henry Blodget all have better jobs than you.
Welcome to Soho, Guardian staff.
Former New York Times executive editor Bill Keller with his wife, Emma.
The Daily's Justin Rocket Silverman is always the straightest guy at the party.
Jake Shears of Scissor Sisters fame with Out magazine editor-in-chief Aaron Hicklin and writer James Hannaham.
Naomi Wolf, Salon's Irin Carmon, Jezebel's Jessica Coen, and the Hairpin's Edith Zimmerman.
CurrentTV hosts Max Lugavere and Jason Silva get the view from above.
Newser's Michael Wolff and author Joe Klein.
New York editor-in-chief Adam Moss and Jezebel's Jenna Sauers.
Gawker's Brian Moylan and Out's Aaron Hicklin make up after one of their many skirmishes, flanked by Sundance Channel's Christian Vesper and the always jovial Salon blogger Alex Pareene.
Observer editor-in-chief Elizabeth Spiers and her very tall friend.
John Cook, Maureen O'Connor, Hamilton Nolan, and Adrian Chen are the only Gawker staffers that can stand talking to each other.
Gawker's head party planner Julia Schweizer and PR guru Kevin Prince get wacky in the photo booth.