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Eva Chen's Office Gets Star Turn in New Domino

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Courtesy Domino. Click to expand
Courtesy Domino. Click to expand

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Eva Chen, Conde Nast's golden girl, is everywhere these days. She's sitting front row at Fashion Week, she's on Lucky's YouTube channel, she's posing for street style photos, and of course, she's Instagramming like mad from the back of her town car on the way in to 4 Times Square every day.

Chen has also popped up in the newly-relaunched Domino magazine, which bowed this morning. This is not entirely surprising, since Conde owns both titles. The spread explores Chen's new EIC office at Lucky and features such non-reveals as her love of print and color mixing and the importance of the sitting area. "I really believe in collaboration," she said. "We needed to make an inviting space where everyone felt like they had a place to settle in and really talk about style." The decor was masterminded by one of Chen's former Teen Vogue colleague's and features a Moroccan-style rug from West Elm, a Serge Gainsbourg print from and lamp by Christopher Spitzmiller. Pick up the issue now on newsstands.
· Domino [Official Site]
· Here Now, a Thorough Peek Inside the Reborn Domino Mag [Curbed]
· Eva Chen Replaces Brandon Holley as Lucky Magazine Editor [Racked]