Arts and Culture in the City of Angels: Los Angeles Times Launches New Print Magazine, DesignLA, This Month

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Arts and Culture in the City of Angels: Los Angeles Times Launches New Print Magazine, DesignLA, This Month


Stroh, Sean, Editor & Publisher


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For well over a year, Michael Wollaeger had an idea brewing in his mind for a print magazine dedicated to the burgeoning art, design, architecture and fashion worlds of Los Angeles.

So when his vision aligned with the Los Angeles Times' own interest in expanding its coverage in these categories, it seemed only natural for the pair to team up for DesignLA. The glossy premium edition is set to debut on May 21 with a second issue planned for the fall.

As former executive editor of Architectural Digest, the world's leading design publication, and as a longtime resident of Los Angeles, Wollaeger brings a wealth of knowledge to his new role as editor-in-chief of DesignLA.

"Los Angeles, and really Southern California as a whole, is experiencing a development boom. At the same time, the city is coming into its own as a world-class center of arts and culture," Wollaeger said. "We see DesignLA as a companion to the Times regular Saturday, Hot Property and Image sections--a seasonal reference for visionaries, trends and style resources--that readers can return to throughout the year, on their coffee tables and in their bookshelves."

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The magazine's content will come from a blend of Times staff writers and contributing editors with features on a range of subjects such as residential and commercial architecture, landscape design, and profiles on individuals and institutions moving the art and fashion worlds forward.

DesignLA will be distributed to roughly 600,000 Sunday home-delivery subscribers, with an expected readership of 2 million.

Wollaeger said the team is planning for at least 150 pages and "a healthy editorial-to-advertising ratio. …

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