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Domino is the ultimate guide for a stylish life and home. In addition to sharing our editors’ favorite new finds, exclusive home tours with of-the-moment creatives, fun entertaining tips, and more daily inspirations on domino.com, we publish a quarterly magazine featuring lush photography and captivating storytelling. Domino, the print magazine, is launched by Conde Nast. In its first year, Domino was honored by The Hot List Startup of the Year by Adweek, Top Launch of the Year by Media Industry Newsletter, and The A-List 10 under 50 by Advertising Age. The magazine received two National Magazine Award nominations from the American Society of Magazine Editors (ASME). Domino releases its first book, Domino: the Book of Decorating, published by Simon & Schuster. Condé Nast announces that it would cease publication of Domino due to the economic climate. Domino relaunches as an omnichannel media and e-commerce company: Domino Media Group. Domino publishes a second book Domino: Your Guide to a Stylish Home that made the New York Times bestseller list. Domino launches new verticals including: Entertaining, Travel, Wellness, and Weddings. Domino is acquired by Multiply. Jessica Romm is the Editor-in-Chief at Domino magazine, overseeing both print and digital content. Jessica is a style expert with a career working for prominent media properties and brands identifying and driving trends in design, home decor, fashion, and style. Recognized as a style expert for national and local media outlets, Jessica has written and edited for many publications including GQ, Elle Decor, Elle, Conde Nast Traveler, Martha Stewart Living, and the Off Duty section of The Wall Street Journal.