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…

Valentin Loellmann‘s newest collection, ‘m.&mme’, sees wooden and polyester cabinets morph into anemic-looking creatures of some unspoiled netherworld. The German designer sat down with Wonderland to explain how the pieces…

Stylist and Wonderland fashion editor Julia Sarr-Jamois has been asked to guest edit a space in Topshop’s Regent Street store. Her two week-long residency, which began yesterday, is part of…

London’s Loui Rose Allen dropped out of music college last year to start Foxes, a one woman project. The 22-year-old’s debut single, Home, is a kind of skewed, light-headed apprehension…

Last week, we ran a q+a with the copiously talented Andrea Riseborough about her role as Wallis Simpson in Madonna’s newest film, W.E. To mark the film’s commercial release today,…

Susan Caplan offers vintage jewellery and accesories on her website – www.susancaplan.co.uk. We catch up with her to find out more…

Breach, which begins its month long residency at the Rod Barton gallery in London tonight, brings together the work of five visionary photographers – Aurelien Arbet, Jeremie Egry, Bianca Brunner, Jean…

Parker Fitzgerald is a fashion and music photographer from Portland, Oregon who spends most of his time trekking to the last green reaches of the earth to photograph his languid,…

Marketa Uhlirova is following in the footsteps of Richard Nicoll, The Gentlewoman’s Penny Martin and Roksanda Illincic in introducing the latest film at Test Presents this week – one…

Andrea Riseborough stars this month in Madonna’s latest venture, W.E., the story of King Edward VIII’s abdication following an extra-marital affair with twice divorcee Wallis Simpson. The story follows…

Steven Spielberg’s latest, War Horse, sees the veteran filmmaker returning to his classic heartfelt best. A tale of friendship, adventure and bravery, War Horse (based on the novel by Michael…

Meet Rick Azalea, sex-pest brainchild of London based illustrator Daniel David Freeman. His exhibition, which begins tonight at Beach in east London, showcases drawings of Azalea’s innermost projections…

To celebrate the launch of Casely-Hayford’s newest collection, we asked Charlie, one half of the father-son designing duo, to pin down five of his heroes. Charlie then took Wonderland through SS12′S Touch, which develops the

Patten, whose sonically maximal long player GLAQJO XAACSSO emerged onto last year’s techno scene like a sticky grenade, continues to develop his sound in the coming months with a throw…

“Shame” is the haunting new film from director Steve McQueen, giving an unflinching account of one man’s spiraling descent into sex addiction in New York. Michael Fassbender (reunited with McQueen…

For such a closed sardine tin of a city, London has an uncanny knack of looking lonely, especially at night: its cobbled passageways uninhabited, acidic and po-faced. That is, according…

Set during the prohibition era of North America and set in Atlantic City, Boardwalk Empire is set during sort of depressing times – and as we’re currently in the midst…

The Oscars are on the horizon and one of the most talked about films generating Awards buzz is “The Artist”. Directed by Michel Hazanavicius, the romantic film stars Jean Dujardin…

The inspiration: a quintessentially English girl returning home after a sultry summer night out.
The look: Natural, soft, floaty hair that can be worn down comfortably during a hot,…

Start up a gritty indie band with your mates in Camden and you’ll be told it’s all been done before. But this is exactly what Tribes‘ front man Johnny…

Just like the story of her career, Cal Lane‘s jaw-slackening work plays with a number of polarities. To date, her pieces stand alone in capturing a delicacy and intricacy quite…

To celebrate the DVD and Blu-ray launch of the first series of HBO Home Entertainment’s critically acclaimed, epic crime drama Boardwalk Empire on 9 January, we’ve set up…

LA based actor and performer, Drew Droege, has built up a cult online following with his uncanny YouTube incarnation of actress/designer/hipster Chloe Sevigny, dictating her latest plans and obsessions.…

Jeremy Kost offered us his resolution for 2012: “I’d love to have longer nights that don’t come with hangovers the next morning”. Here’s a glance at an editorial with the…

Patrick Ervell’s new years resolution is simply to “travel more”. Grab yourselves a sneaky-peaky at the shoot we ran in Wonderland circa September 2011, which showcased his noirish, clipped AW11…


In this brand new – if ephemeral – regular, we ask a handful of contemporary icons what their new year’s resolution are. First up is Margherita Missoni, who says…

Warp Records’ newest signing, south London’s Kwes, has for a good while remained at the production end of some of modern alt. rock’s most fruitful works – Micachu, Ghostpoet, and…

Acclaimed film director, David Fincher, follows up 2010’s Facebook profiler “The Social Network” with action thriller “The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo”. Returning to the grittier content that first caught…

New York City’s Robert Nethery – renowned for his work under Alasdair McLellan and Bruce Weber – offered this moody, wind-swept fashion short exclusively to Wonderland. Enjoy…

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Doctor Who is fast becoming as synonymous with Christmas day as novelty jumpers and overeating. This year’s episode, titled The Doctor, The Widow and the Wardrobe promises to make for…

If you interview any designer, whose careers started under the influential umbrella of Fashion East (and there are many), they will mention Lulu Kennedy. It wasn’t before time, when…

Picking your top music video of year can be as difficult as choosing your favourite child, which is why we gave the task to people we knew…

Aurora Ozma, self-proclaimed couturier, milliner and surrealist, has certainly turned a few feather-encrusted skull caps since being whipped up by prestigious London-based furriers Hockley at the tender age of…

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