The lights went down and an ominous voice resonated “burn”, hinting at Corrie Nielsen’s Scottish heritage and the essence of the inspiration for her AW12 collection.

The eagerly anticipated Central St Martins MA show brought the first day of London Fashion Week to a close, announcing Luke Brooks and Craig Green as the joint winners of…

If ever there was a hazy line between a catwalk show and a performance, it was at PPQ at London’s Somerset House. There was a stylish sort of carnage finding…

Remember starry-eyed miniature drug trafficker Wallace in HBO’s gangster saga The Wire? He grew up. Just after his 25th birthday this month, we spoke to Michael B. Jordan about his…

French designer Florian Jayet acquired a love of the textile industry from a young age, spending a lot of time with his grandmother who worked as a tailor. Though…

Bonjay, Grenadian slang for the terribly English expression “Good God!”, is not only a suggestive reaction to the band’s refreshing style; but a nod to its ability to seamlessly fuse…

Ellen Rogers is a Norfolk-born fashion photographer who now resides in the Staffordshire countryside, having fallen out of love with London. She’s worked with many big names – from Karley…

Scandinavia’s Maki Aminaka and Marcus Wilmont, better known as foremost designing engine Aminaka Wilmont, are poised to showcase their fall collection for the first time at London Fashion…

While trends resurface once over every few seasons: “the new minimalism”, “fifties revival” and so on and so forth, SS12 introduced a glimmer of something unseen – under the sea…

We quiz Dinos Chapman about his quasi-fascist, quasi-prehistoric window for Dover Street Market, up until Friday, as well as new book Flogging a Dead Horse.

Tom Cullen pays homage to classic 1950s Hollywood dandies Jimmy Stewart, Cary Grant, Fred Astaire and the like in this brand new clip, accompanying Way Perry’s shoot for the February/March…

In our newest video, Screen Tests, Grace Cobb styles 60s ‘It Girl’-esque gals, donned in lush Chanel.

The demon lovechild of an indie pop group and a goth rock band worthy of 80s stardom, Trust is no longer exclusively something to be broken by cheating on…

Ulyana Sergeenko is a Russian designer, photographer and serial socialite, who launched her first collection last year. Living in Moscow, she is a cult figure at fashion weeks, appearing in…

It’s a sunny Saturday morning and we’re sat in a Turkish cafe in Dalston with fashion designer, Natalie Anne Moran, who is donning pastel pink hair and a jacket…

Wonderland gets the feeling concept artist Sarah Maple’s striking work needn’t be over-analysed. It is, she would concede, a brash, punky knee-jerk reaction to life in multicultural England – unfortunately,…

We The Committee haven’t been on the block for long, but their cinematic take on indie rock is soon to melt even the darkest of hearts. After such a positive…

Kumiko Watari‘s newest collection, Ancient Wonders, is a collision of Egypt-inspired pattern motifs, disproportionate fabric cuts and surrealist drawings. Wonderland caught up with the Osaka-born Saint Martins graduate to talk…

Roses Gabor is a name you may think you’ve never heard before, when in fact her statement sound is probably nestled amidst your record collection right now. The talented singer…

In a Wonderland TV exclusive, to coincide with the release of our February/March 2012 REVOLT/RECALL/RENEW issue, Ruby Aldridge whips out some moves for photographer Bjarne Jonasson.

To celebrate the 80th birthday of legendary film composer John Williams today, we’ve made a list of his five most overlooked scores – pop your onesy Darth Vader outfit on…

Multimedia artist Jessy Nite’s interpretation of her Miami, her hometown, includes strippers, sex, drugs and blue-blooded housewives baking Cartier pie. For her solo show opening at Miami’s Primary Projects on…

80 million dollar-tagged manchild Daniel Radcliffe stars this month in The Woman in Black, his first screen venture since the globally doted-upon wizard saga, Harry Potter. Wonderland made every…

With his debut short, the kinky fashion film “Ephemeral Nature”, Spanish born photographer and stylist Jesús López hit a home run, winning Best Film at Diane Pernet’s A Shaded…

Since 2008, Los Angeles collective Freak City have stood at the forefront of the city’s neon-lit alternative arts and music scene. From its current location in a hollowed-out ex…

Elizabeth “sister-of-the-twins” Olsen plays the titular character in intense drama Martha Marcy May Marlene that is released in cinemas today.

New York’s non-profit NO. Gallery will from tonight house a tunnel structure comprised of 77 LED screens and other abstract multimedia compositions for Pia Myrvold’s dazzling and immersive…

Club DJ, remixer and dance music genius Jake Williams is better known by his stage name moniker, Rex The Dog.

A pretty self explanatory title, The Photocopy Club is the brainchild of curator and self-published photographer Matt Martin. This innovative new monthly photography exhibition features photocopied images sent by postal…

Greek born, London-based designer Maria Piana explores themes of power and femininity in her statement, armour-like jewellery, and has already been discovered by fashion designer Erevos Aether who enlisted…

Paris’s Galerie Magda Danysz is hosting a solo show by French conceptual artist P. Nicolas Ledoux. Through collaborations with other artists and reinventions of established art, Ledoux self-reflexively criticizes and…

PINK hurred barb queen Nicki Minaj graces the front of our newest edition, REVOLT / RECALL / RENEW, on shelves across the globe from Thursday. It celebrates all that…

Elisa Palomino‘s blackened, seductive SS12 collection “A Fairy Dance” mines the eerie worlds of Victorian art and Rococo design and realises mishapen headwear, intricate print designs and pastel-splashed hosiery. The…

Frustrated with the few-and-far-between coverage of burgeoning artists, the lack of actual releases, and the negative connotations of grime, Elijah Bishop and his BFF, Skilliam decided to do things their…

Tracey Duodu and Tom Barber hazily remember getting thrown together at university and, as 14th, have supported the likes of AZARI & III and We Humans. The band, whose name…

Brainchild of Agape Mdumulla and Sam Cotton, British menswear label Agi & Sam has caused a stir in recent seasons, offering a sense of playfulness and fun to menswear by…

Hoxton’s Galleries Goldstein will be hosting a one-off exhibition called Hotel Palenque from 6.30pm, whereby invitee Nicolas Deshayes will exhibit the newest of his typically culture-critical installments – his past…

The moment we heard the shadowy, crestfallen opening moments of ‘Til Sleep, Leeds quartet Fun Adults‘s debut single, our attention was spiked. Then, as Huw Thomas’ vocals entered…

Kayvan Novak, star of Chris Morris’ Four Lions, Syrianna and mastermind behind Channel 4 sitcom Facejacker (sister show to Fonejacker), sat down with Wonderland to reveal…

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