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Domino Will Launch Online and in Print Tomorrow

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Condé Nast's beloved interior design mag of the aughts, Domino, will be raised from the dead tomorrow, both in website and in print.

As reported a month ago, the site will function as a "digital catalogue," in which users will be taken to other sites to purchase the items that Domino curated. Print, on the other hand, will deliver on a quarterly basis and includes whatever the New York Times says it includes in its exclusive feature tomorrow. Domino posted the revived print cover on its Facebook page, which has been re-posting back issue photography almost daily since 2011 when Condé launched a biannual version of the mag called "Quick Fixes" and "Best Rooms," on September 28. The full cover due out this week is below.

· Domino Magazine Revival Set [WWD]