Owned by Sandow, Luxe magazine is helmed by Pamela Jaccarino, who has served as founding editor in chief since the publication's launch in 2005.
“At our 15-year anniversary mark, Luxe is looking boldly toward the future with optimism, enthusiasm and a refreshed new logo and redesign,” Jaccarino stated.
The redesign, which is exclusively for the print magazine, includes updated, clean layouts and new cover designs to highlight Luxe’s regional editions.
“Regional Scene” sections are now the first editorial section to run in book.
Luxe publishes 93 magazines annually, including 14 regional editions, a national edition and seasonal editions in The Hamptons and Naples + Sarasota.
The company says it has a rate base of 480,000 and total print and digital audience of over 12 million.
“We are gearing up for a high water-mark year ahead and are committed to delivering exciting and engaging opportunities, in print and digitally, for our partners in 2021,” stated Kate Kelly Smith, executive vice president-managing director of Luxe Interiors + Design, and Chief Sales Officer of Sandow.
Luxe hosted more than 50 virtual events during the pandemic. The annual LUXE RED Awards (Residential Excellence in Design), for example, went virtual this year, and attracted over 30,000 views.
In March, Sandow launched DesignTV, with Luxe airing weekly original design content with programs such as “Master Class,” “Home Tours” and “CollabLab."
Content for the 15th anniversary issue will appear across social channels, on LuxeSource.com and across all Luxe regional editions.
The November/December 2020 issue hits newsstands on November 3.