Last week dreams came true for design lovers everywhere when Domino magazine – which folded in 2009 in the midst of a tough economic climate – officially relaunched! The Holiday 2013 issue is on newsstands NOW! It’s hard to believe it’s been four years because the “new” Domino is just as familiar and inspiring as ever. There are a few changes from the previous iteration however. Instead of monthly the magazine is now a quarterly print publication with a robust online presence… and the best part is that now it’s completely shoppable – you’ll be able to purchase all of the stylish products featured in the magazine’s pages right from Domino.com which makes getting the look so accessible!
The updated “Domino Manifesto”
Michelle Adams who previously worked at Domino a market assistant and then went on to found Lonny as the first successful online shelter magazine Domino’s new Editor-in-Chief. As the pioneer of the online shelter magazine, Michelle is truly an Editor-in-Chief for the digital generation. I noticed that she even updated the original Domino Manifesto to include a line about how technology is bringing the world of design to our fingertips – which illustrates this point perfectly. I can’t wait to see all of the awesome things she has in store for the the all-new Domino!
A “Shop the Story” feature on Domino.com
What I loved most about the old Domino is that it was not only inspiring but also completely down to earth and made the process of decorating feel fun and approachable. Before the magazine folded I was OBSESSED with it! I lived for the day a new issue would arrive in my mailbox and when my subscription copy didn’t arrive on time, I’d buy one off the newsstand simply because I couldn’t wait.
Me in my #WelcomeHomeDomino Instagram with the new issue in tow!
Needless to say, I am thrilled that Domino is back and true to it’s original form, but what’s even more surreal is that the Domino team has asked me to be an online contributor!!! If you follow me on Instagram, you may have seen my #WelcomeHomeDomino post but I am so excited to tell you that I’ll be serving up lots of inspiring content on Domino.com that I can’t wait to share with you all!!! In the meantime, below are a few of my favorite spreads from the current issue:
A peek inside the office of Lucky magazine’s newly minted Editor-in-Chief Eva Chen.
The NYC apartment of celebrity hair colorist Rita Hazan designed by Nate Berkus and Jerimiah Brent.
The effortlessly chic Brooklyn home of New York restauranteur Ali Cayne
Be sure to check out more on Domino.com and stay tuned for more exciting Domino updates!