Good news: Domino Magazine is back! There's a quarterly print magazine and an shoppable e-commerce site. Not-so-good-news: This "We're Back!" issue cost me $11.99. ELEVEN NINETY-NINE. I know, it's quarterly, not monthly, but yikes. » 10/11/13 4:51pm 10/11/13 4:51pm

Ladymags Are Dying, But Domino Is Returning From the Grave

If you were one of the people who shed a shimmery Hollywood Regency tear when Domino folded in 2009, come on, get happy: A special "Quick Fixes" edition of Domino will show up on newsstands in April. » 2/09/12 2:10pm 2/09/12 2:10pm

Gisele Says She's Not Cheating On Tom Brady

Christy Turlington Hated The Catwalk

Trying To Make Do With Substitutes

Decor blog Elements Of Style has declared Canadian House & Home "the official Domino replacement." The rub? In the U.S., you'll pay $5.95 an issue. Still, the interior photography looks way more fun than dry old Architectural Digest, which is what I've been getting. [Elements Of Style] » 6/02/09 9:40am 6/02/09 9:40am

Cheap & Chic

My beloved Domino is dead, but the gorgeous little things the editors featured still exist — and are being sold at a tag sale this weekend. French 18th-century farm stool for $90! [Folio, NY Times] » 5/08/09 9:40am 5/08/09 9:40am

Now That Domino Has Fallen, Will A New Mag Rise?

Domino, pitched to Condé Nast in 2004 by then House & Garden editor Deborah Needleman, was shut down last week, and, according to the Times, a lot of people are sad. » 2/05/09 1:20pm 2/05/09 1:20pm

Win a chance to get your face frozen. We shit you not.

It used to be that giveaways gave away something tempting, like, oh a MILLION dollars. This month however, Conde Nast's Domino, the catalogue for insanely priced items for your home, came up with the brilliant idea of offering "The Botox Cosmetic Ultimate Girlfriend's Weekend Getaway." The offer includes a trip to… » 12/06/06 4:39pm 12/06/06 4:39pm