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Mention the name Domino to any décor-savvy 30-something, and you're likely to get a squeal of excitement followed by a sigh of nostalgia.
While magazine publishers are increasingly pushing for more internal collaboration between brands, it's still rare to see titles from different publishers working together—especially when they have very similar target audiences.
Conventional wisdom holds that it’s a good thing when a brand’s been around for a century or two. And if you’re Domino Sugar—which built its first refinery in New York in 1807—there’s certainly no need to introduce yourself to most shoppers. But Domino has a unique challenge.
Four years after Condé Nast’s beloved shelter mag Domino folded, the dearly departed brand is back in business—albeit in a very different form.
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Haven’t you always dreamed of owning a Hamptons weekend getaway “inspired” by the Lazienki Palace in Warsaw and the Château de Groussay outside Paris, like the mega-crib featured in this month’s Veranda?