Domino, the decor magazine that Condé Nast folded in 2009, is staging a comeback. According to WWD, Project Décor — a social media platform for design fans — is relaunching the magazine as a quarterly print publication and e-commerce site. Condé will retain an ownership stake in the brand.
The revamped Domino is expected to debut this fall, which should make readers of the defunct publication excited. Especially if it returns to its old form.
The good news on that end is that Beth Brenner, the original publisher of the magazine, is taking on a role. However, we would suggest that you don’t hold your breath for Deborah Needleman, Domino’s founding editor, to return. She’s editor-in-chief of T: The New York Times Magazine, which we hear is a pretty good gig.