Condé Nast announced it will publish a special edition of Domino magazine entitled Quick Fixes, featuring new and archival content. It will be available on newsstands April 17 for $10.99, and a second special edition is scheduled for the Fall.
Catherine Kelley, Executive Director of Content Creation at Conde Nast, will head the team of editors. Stories will cover quick spruce-ups of dowdy furniture to more involved DIY projects like painting stairs or reorganizing a home office.
“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 Thomas J. Wallace, editorial director at Condé Nast. “Domino Quick Fixes will be a treasure trove of useful and creative information, and a must-read for any Domino fan.”
The publication 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.
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