Everyone I know was upset when Domino folded. So glad it’s returning – even if it’s only once in awhile.
After the Spring issue, another will be forthcoming – in the fall. The last report I read, there were no clear indications of former editor, Deborah Needleman’s role in the new magazine.
Now I can stop thumbing through my old copies! I love how they will be focusing on re-vamping old furniture and other quick fixes for today’s homeowner. Great news! Now, all I have to do is to try to get one of my projects in the magazine! Domino – please call me!!
Here’s the press release about it:
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
CONDÉ NAST TO PUBLISH DOMINO QUICK FIXES SPECIAL EDITION On Newsstands Nationwide, April 17, 2012
NEW YORK, NY, February 7, 2012 – Condé Nast will publish a Domino special edition entitled Quick Fixes, it was announced today by Thomas J. Wallace, editorial director at Condé Nast. Domino Quick Fixes will be full of Domino’s best home decorating stories, focusing on easy, often inexpensive changes that make a big difference – from quick spruce-ups of dowdy furniture to more involved DIY projects like painting stairs or reorganizing a home office. Domino Quick Fixes will be available on national newsstands from April 17 through July 16, 2012, for $10.99. A second special edition is scheduled for the fall.
“This special edition of Domino is another example of Condé Nast’s objective to bring brands to life across multiple platforms, and give consumers more of what they love in new and exciting ways, said Mr. Wallace. “Domino Quick Fixes will be a treasure trove of useful and creative information, and a must-read for any Domino fan.”
Domino Quick Fixes will join other past Condé Nast branded special editions, including: Gourmet Holiday, Vogue Best Dressed, Vanity Fair Hollywood Scandal, and Glamour 1,000 Dos & Don’ts to Dress by Forever, among others.
Condé Nast is home to some of the world’s most celebrated media brands. In the United States, Condé Nast publishes 18 consumer magazines, four business-to-business publications, 27 websites, and more than 50 apps for mobile and tablet devices, all of which define excellence in their categories. The company also owns Fairchild Fashion Media (FFM), whose portfolio of brands serves as the leading source of news and analysis for the global fashion community. Condé Nast has won more National Magazine Awards over the past ten years than all of its competitors combined. Visit CondéNast.com and follow us on Twitter @CondeNastCorp.