Aino Vainio is one Finland’s most promising young designers – her newest knitwear collection I Know Why No is a hand-coloured and delicate spring ensemble, inspired, she claims, by…

“Leave your face at the door and turn off your swag”, croon feminism’s new darlings: a playful jab at the thugged out skits that dominate today’s hip-hop scene, perhaps. The…

INSA’s latest installation, Self Reflection is Greater Than Self Projection, allows visitors to literally step inside a salacious and darkly cynical art-world. His abstract pieces use digitally printed wall coverings…

Oakland-born actor Russell Hornsby is the lead in NBC’s fantasy cop drama Grimm, and sat down with Wonderland to talk fairy tales, LA and his debut theatre role as the…

AMC’s winning political romp Mad Men – easily one of the most stimulating and exacting portrayals of money -mindedness in 1960s Manhattan – isn’t short on LOLs and weird-out moments…

Blackest Ever Black is London’s Kiran Sande (better known as FACT magazine’s deputy editor). The label, just two years young, pushes a distinctive brand of dark, undulating techno, slathered…

A grubby subterranean bar space in London’s Hoxton will this week be turned into a pre-apocalyptical bomb shelter in the name of art. Exploring the 2012 Phenomenon – a cult…

Joe Webb’s playful prints are a strangely familiar mash of references – think Casablanca, Disney’s Fantasia and 2001: A Space Odyssey. He spoke to Wonderland today about the work,…

Influenced by Hemingway, The Pillowman, A Prophet. Sonic boom in love with Santigold, Gil Scot, The Triffids, Wu-Tang. Broken heart, bloody nose.” Confused? In the form of rustic, bruised garage…

We hit up Sorapol’s AW12 showcase at the Kevin Spacey-fronted arts space The Old Vic Tunnels last Friday. The disparate collection, titled Iron Gap, merged all things harsh and Germanic…

Alice Tait is a British artist and illustrator – her hand-drawn illustrations have splashed the pages of The Guardian, the covers of Sue Townsend’s life-affirming maritime series, The Secret Diary

Benedetta Antonelli and Jonathan Joory are not your average couple. Following a jaunt to Detroit and Chicago, the pair sparked a connection between traditional American workwear and the femininity of…

Long before Gwen Stefani put Harajuku style on the map, photographer Shoichi Aoki documented the Tokyo locale’s cult fashion scene in his street style bible FRUiTS. An offshoot of Aoki’s…

The Crisis Commission at London’s Somerset House is one of the world’s biggest returning art fixtures – this year’s participants include Tracey Emin, Antony Gormley, Yinka Shonibare, Jonathan Yeo, Gillian…

For the past few months, LA hip-hop rascals Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All have been busy touring the world’s major cities – as you do. Along with…

Stööki is far from your average label. Founded by three creatives – Quincey Cassell Williams, Luke Hippolytes and Nadia Abbas – the jewellery and clothing brand incorporates interactive art and…

Solipsist is experimental filmmaker Andrew Huang‘s newest venture – an astonishing little fantasy, full of colour, life, and trickery, which pocketed the Special Jury Prize for Experimental Short at…

Talking to Willem Dafoe just after the release of his latest project, Pixar’s John Carter, Wonderland got the feeling he was as keen to find out about us as were…

Scott Campbell’s new book, If You Don’t Belong, Don’t Be Long – out this month -is a beautifully compiled image collection geared at appealing to art and tattoo fans alike. It offers a…

This week the sunshine is out which makes us want to adorn ourselves with all things floral from SS12 – here are some of our favourites.

Christophe Lemaire‘s newest collection for SS12, Radical Simplicity, premiered today on tastemaking online boutique The Corner. To accompany the launch, Lemaire sat down with Wonderland to pick through his…

Brooklyn-based multimedia artist Roberto Visani turns guns into art. His sculptures are loaded with historical, cultural and political commentary. They are compositions of many pieces assembled to tell stories…

Even on tour, 12th Planet (real name John Dadzie) is busy working on his music – he even went as far as to set up a mini studio on the…

Vauxlair – a concept photography site launched in Australia last month – walks in and around the homes of anonymous people, laying bare details and objects entirely out of context…

James Stopforth is a 25 year old London-based photographer. Wonderland talked to him about the “dark adventures” that inspire his work…

London’s Hattie Stewart, an emerging illustrator whose busy, colourific doodles landed her commissions for Marc Jacobs, Diesel and Adidas, will take part in a group exhibition at Cologne’s…

In the last of our Paris Fashion Week photoblogposts we hit up Issey Miyake’s show, “Mineral Miracle”…

Check out the front and behind-the-scenes action from Paul and Joe and Junko Shimada’s shows from last week…

We hit up Kanye’s West’s after-party in Paris last week – the Roc-a- Fella himself certainly knows how to throw a bash, with guests busy throwing themselves around a go-cart…

Diving backstage at Paco Rabanne’s showcase at Paris Fashion Week this season, we took these stills – which seem to be coated in a crispy, frozen winter coating…

This AW12 Paris Fashion Week, we hit up the Lanvin after-party and bumped into Pharrell, Dita Von Tease and a horde of Moet-supping party revellers along the way. Here’s what…

In a season filled with designer musical chair sagas (apart from Jean Paul Gaultier taking helm as Creative Director of Diet Coke, which was harmonious), their inflicting drama came through…

2012 will see Vancouver-born actor Tayler Kitsch’s career race to palm-sweating heights. Set to star in two nuclear-sized auditorium fillers Battleship and Oliver Stone directed noir Savages this summer, today…

London’s Afrikan Boy – one of MIA’s earliest understudies and recent DJ Shadow collaborator – pushes a crunching, tribal-tinged R&B, and talked to Wonderland today ahead of the release…

Street-stomping reportage photographer Kevin Amato will from tonight exhibit his newest collection, F*ck the Golden Years. The display, hosted at Casa de Costa’s pre-war arthouse in lower Manhattan, studies The…

What: British steakhouse and cocktail bar found in the basement of the existing restaurant
Where: 157, Commercial Street, E1
Opened: Saturday, 3rd March
Why: It is the…

Globally lauded Danish fashion designer Peter Jensen, known for his detailed and oft-embroidered mens and womenswear, has been asked to guest select the forthcoming installment of Test Presents in…

An extraordinarily talented vocalist, the UK’s Tara McDonald is most recognised for appearing on some of the biggest dance records of the last decade. 2012 is the year that…

MINKPINK knows what it means to party. The Sydney-spawned clothing brand – formed on a premise of fun, fashion-passion and brass balls sincerity in 2005 – plan to pump their…

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