Milo Cordell, The Big Pink’s sultry synth giant, claims 2012 will see the band recast their sound afresh, paring back their penchant for noisy guitar layering and live drumming. The…

After being very impressed with his dance moves in the A/W11 Lanvin campaign, Wonderland had the pleasure of spending an afternoon with Milo Spijkers from D1 Models.

Adam Smith – a director responsible for some of the UK’s most forward-thinking music videos (remember that hilarious, Bob Hoskins-starred Jamie T promo, anyone?) – will next…

Brightly coloured fashion house, Mother Of Pearl (who regularly collaborate with artists for their collections), have invoked the macabre in a collaboration with taxidermy artist, Polly Morgan. Creating a…

Having shot for the likes of Interview, The New York Times and Loewe, Jacob Sutton is one of the most chased photographers in the fashion industry. He spent much of…

After a lengthy renovation, the lush ACNE Paris store opened this week. Here are the facts:

AB TIDINGS: this year, Wonderland put together a Christmas card for…ahem…YULE – so dig out the mulled wine, chestnuts and seasonal socks and gaze longingly at our bespoke gift.

A basement in Brighton will this week be transformed into a colourific, multidisciplinary arts space. GLOSS exhibits the work of four individuals – Daniella Valz Gen, Jo Harrison, Kate Mahony…

Director Tabitha Denholm – of Queens of Noize fame – sent Wonderland an early peak of her playful new film for Markus Lupfer’s SS12 collection, Everything Under the Sun. The…

Don your Fred Perry and dust off your Doc Martens, This Is England returns to our screens this week and promises to be as bold and bracing as ever. When…

As Tender Mercy – one 2011′s sweetest gifts – drifts into pastel blue-tinted focus, it’s no wonder its creators, Au Palais, formed in a dream. Indeed, as David Commathe was…

Ahead of This is England 88′s network premiere on Tuesday, we rewind to issue 20, where we pressed the gushingly talented Shane Meadows on his then newest effort,…

Who better to help write our Christmas list this year than Tom Dixon, a man-brand synonymous with hyper-realised, tasteful-to-a-tee product design? He takes Wonderland through some of the choicest seasonal…

In a season dominated by sportswear, Paul Smith entered the running with a SS12 menswear collection of contrasting high tech work-wear. Interpreted for Wonderland, Joe Fleming models the tasteful ensemble.…

We pin down James Long, a designer who made his name under Virginia Wates in New York City. Starting his own label after graduating from the Royal College of Art,…

With Michelle Williams’ hotly anticipated new film, My Week With Marilyn in cinemas now we take a look back in the Wonderland Archive at one of our favourite images from…

Golden girls Christa Palazzolo and Sarah Brown met in seventh grade – they were in a ‘soccer’ team together called Mystic Ice. Based on mutual obsessions with, amongst other things,…

Although it is a slightly wicked thing to say, it comes with an undertone of the mildest of gall, when presented with yet another desirable thing from the growing scrapbook…

As designing duo Sam Leutton and Jenny Postle, better known as Leutton Postle, work on their A/W12 collection, we sit down with them to discuss their preternatural, lovingly-composed knitwear brand.…

Styled by our very own Way Perry, director David Terranova teamed up with fashion photographer James Mountford to create this, their clipped, tasteful debut collaboration. Watch the film…

Baby-faced Tyler Johnston, who stars this month in hyper-stylish neo noir thriller The Odds, grew up on The Hardy Boys and an unhealthy addiction to crime thriller novellas. Curious to…


Marique Schimmel is taking the fashion world by storm. Walking in numerous shows and featuring in editorials she has become the girl of the moment. Featuring back in our…

Megan Mackenzie Jones’ stone-cold works – showcased at last month’s Vancouver Fashion Week – evoke scenes of barren, ice-capped mountains, lantern-lit cabin retreats and taxidermy. Jones, who also designs winged…

Who: Lisa Salzer
Label: Lulu Frost
How did your fashion career start: my friends at Dartmouth College bucked up and started buying jewelry and t-shirts from me –…

Don’t let Antonia Campbell-Hughes’s slightly fluffy role as Sam in Jack Dee’s sitcom Lead Balloon deceive you; this girl means (show)business. As a youngster, Hughes moved to New York’s…

I CHING’s alluring, amiable sound channels the stargazing lyricism of Japan’s David Sylvian through washes of Hypnagogic synth-pop. The pair, Rollo Smallcombe and Kevin Emre, sat down with Wonderland to…

Baroque and roll: for Craft Alchemy, Fendi’s latest design adventure at this year’s Design Miami, the venerable Roman fashion house has teamed up with designer Elisa Strozyk and artist Sebastian…

After meeting at Brighton University, artists Samuel Levack and Jennifer Lewandowski moved to London to set up The French Riviera, a gallery-cum-workspace on Bethnal Green Road. Their latest exhibition, Les…

Director Ken Russell, whose groundbreaking, gritty filmography – which includes The Devils, Altered States, Tommy and Women in Love – helped put British film on the map, died today at…

The first time music video directors Daniels met, they despised each other. So much so, that after being pitted together in classes at summer school, Daniel Kwan ended up…

As a former contestant on The X Factor, Olly Murs knows better than most what it is like to perform on that famous stage. As a result, Murs became an…

Inspired by a forest fire that devastated the mountain-based village she grew up in in Israel, Inbar Spector crafted a S/S12 collection of visionary skill. Spector landed on her feet…

Comedian, actor, producer and director Seth Rogen got his first acting gig on the Judd Apatow produced TV show “Freaks and Geeks” back in the 90’s. Going on to star…

The video preview for Man About Town’s ‘Space Issue’ is live on the MAT site. Man About Town is available from all good news agents and booksellers now.…

By all accounts, Brighton-based ludd gang Dark Horses formed under a grotty pier in Brighton as recently as a year and a half ago. From there, they went about siphoning…

The Great Banana Crises – an interdisciplinary arts event above a pub in Derbyshire, UK – celebrates its first anniversary tomorrow with an exhibition that seeks to exhibit some of…

Ethical brand, Collective – who pride themselves on providing fairly made products supplied from sustainable sources – have partnered with iconic photographer Terry O’Neill for a limited edition run of…

Plunging headlong into stage work after graduating from RADA in 2006, Chris New has since honed his craft in roles at the National Theatre and Sadler’s Wells, London. Wonderland pinned…

Shocking, sinister, darkly humourous and uniquely arresting, illustrator Louise Pomeroy’s work draws in a broad range of influences – from obscure YouTube clips and animal portraiture, to the work of…


The atmospheric sounds of Berkshire band Worship have already garnered attention and praise from national press and Radio 1 – even though they have only released their debut…

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