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It's official: the next big, dropping-elbows, lining up for a chance to score a piece, limited edition sale, is so old school it's kind of shocking.
For about a month, the media blogs have been stirring with rumors of a relaunch to Conde Nast's beloved shelter magazine, Domino, and this week we got confirmation: a new special edition called Quick Fixes will hit newsstands on April 17th, with a second planned for fall.
Their Facebook announcement last week pretty much says it all:
A print magazine might not be as exciting to some as Jason Wu for Target or Versace for H&M, but for those of us (especially the ones who came up in the biz) who cherish our libraries of long-since-folded glossies like gold, and regularly spend weekends revisiting favorite back issues, this is big news. Big. Like, huge. (And I'll bet all those staffers who hosted stoop sales when Domino shuttered back in 2009 are now wishing they'd held on to at least a few pieces from the original office sample closets...)
The romantic magazine editor in me hopes it's a sign that publishing execs finally checked eBay and have seen the bids on copies of those most-missed, which for me are Budget Living, Organic Style, Blueprint, George and Sassy.
Which out-of-print magazines you miss most? Will you rush out to buy a copy of the new Domino?
Story: Copyright, Shoestring & Melissa Massello. Images: Courtesy.