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06/03/2014 04:12 pm ET Updated Jun 03, 2014

Michelle Adams Exits Domino Magazine And Her Replacement Is...

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Just months after Domino magazine quietly made its return to newsstands and coffee tables everywhere, publishers Domino Media Group (DMG) announced that Michelle Adams will be leaving her post as the magazine's editor in chief.

Her replacement: Robert Leleux, who served most recently as Domino’s creative director and formerly as the managing editor of Lonny, which Adams founded in October 2009.

According to a press release from DMG, Adams, who has spent more than a year helping conceptualize and relaunch the magazine, is moving home to Michigan, where she recently purchased her first home, but will continue to collaborate with Domino on special projects in the future.

“I’m really excited about this next phase of my life, both personally and professionally, and I look forward to future collaborations with Domino,” Adams said of the publication where she got her start as a market assistant before the magazine folded in 2009.

In addition to Leleux, DMG also announced the appointment of Krissy Tiglias as the digital director of Domino.com. Tiglias was formerly the deputy editor at RealSimple.com and will "lead DMG’s digital team in the creation of world-class daily content," the release said.

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