After spending more than a year helping conceptualize its relaunch, Michelle Adams has resigned her post as the editor in chief of domino magazine. She is moving home to Michigan, where she recently purchased her first home, and will continue to collaborate with domino on special projects.
“Relaunching domino and building a solid foundation for the brand have been a dream come true for me,” said Adams. “I’m really excited about this next phase of my life, both personally and professionally, and I look forward to future collaborations with domino.”
Robert Leleux, Krissy Tiglias
Robert Leleux, currently domino’s creative director, will step in as the new editorial director, heading up the print side of the business. He was the former managing editor of Lonny and the author of two books, The Memoirs of a Beautiful Boy (2008) and The Living End (2011). Krissy Tiglias will lead the charge on the digital side as digital director of domino.com. She was formerly the deputy editor at realsimple.com. There will be no editor in chief position going forward.
“We are excited about the new leadership team on the editorial side of our business. Both Robert and Krissy bring a wealth of experience to our team, and we look forward to the engaging content they will be creating for our readers,” said Cliff Sirlin, CEO and cofounder of Domino Media Group. “We greatly appreciate Michelle’s contributions to the domino brand,” said Sirlin. “She has played an important role in the relaunch of the magazine. We wish her well and look forward to collaborating with her in the near future.”
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