Snapped up by Sub Pop on the strength of just one single, Still Corners’ dark synth-laden pop is definitely going places. Wonderland catch up with Greg Hughes, the man who…

Say a hearty salut to Paris Fashion Week! To celebrate the start of the couture shows, Wonderland offer an exclusive peek behind the scenes of last week’s menswear shows. Kicking…

Bulgarian-born and Berlin-raised, newest kid on the block Dena is causing a stir throughout the blogosphere with her undeniably catchy first single release ‘Cash, Diamonds, Swimming Pools’, which gives…

Wonderland checks out the über sleek Christian Lacroix Maison concept store in a former printing shop in Saint Sulpice, Paris – a true lesson in contemporary Parisian chic.

Guy and Howard Lawrence, aka Disclosure, are possibly the fastest rising DJ duo this year – and the youngest, clocking in at age 21 and 18 respectively. Fusing 2-step…

Maybe it was the heat, but Wonderland went all poetic during Milan Fashion Week. Here were some of our favourite menswear SS13 shows – in bite-size haiku form.

Underground launched a new store in Soho last week, featuring an exclusive collaboration with CASETTE PLAYA stylist Carri Munden and playing host to bands like oddball electro-rockers Is Tropical. Wonderland…

Kendrick Lamar is making a play for the crown. Hailed as the best new rapper coming out the West Coast right now, this Dr Dre protégé and Black Hippy…

Nowadays, romantic comedies might now be the preserve of Judd Apatow & Co, but there was a time that Nora Ephron ruled the rom-com roost. In honour of her passing…

Wonderland takes an exclusive sneak peek behind the scenes of the Fashion and Textile Museum‘s upcoming Pop! exhibition. From 1950s rock-n-roll Americana to the kitsch glamour of the seventies,…

In a move that had nothing to do with a £1m deal with Channel 4, Gordon Ramsay went to Brixton Prison to selflessly rehabilitate British convicts through the power of…

Damien Hirst, David Shrigley and Rankin – at a festival? Thanks to the creative genius of two Big Chill producers, the big-name artists will all be present at Nova,…

German artist Lena Schmidt captures the spirit of the modern city in her art, channelling its gritty energy into her carvings and paintings using found pieces of wood. Wonderland

GLASS TEETH is one of Boston’s freshest electronic acts and a pioneer of the sinister, crepuscular sounds of witch haus, a genre on the cusp of detonation. Wonderland caught up…

Photographer Kristy Leibowitz boldly trains her eye on artists and models, capturing their essence and character in ways that surprise, shock and charm. Wonderland talks to her about her…

For one night only from 7pm, concept gallery PRIMITIVE London will be transformed by Erik Hart’s site specific installation. Hart made his name via street fashion cult label Morphine Generation…

Hip-swiveling crooner Gabriel Bruce is set to take over Shoreditch’s Electricity Showrooms this summer, in a five day perma-slot until August 16th. Battling our way through the hordes, we took…

In an exclusive new video, south London songbird Summer Pearl – fresh from Wandworth’s infamous BRIT school – displayed her dextrous vocal abilites to a decidedly jaw-slackened Wonderland.

Furne One is the curator of Amato Haute Couture, a luxury couture house in the heart of Dubai. Furne is one of the globe’s most hotly anticipated fashion designers –…

Retro, sci-fi furniture: who’d have thought it? With years of experience designing for films like Star Wars and The Fifth Element, Mark Garside and Kate Lennard have mastered the fine…

Natasha Law’s elegant, erotic paintings fall somewhere between art and fashion. Anonymous women in various states of undress languidly stretch across eye-popping canvases: all long limbs, pouty lips and bewitching…

The Voice tour was cancelled yesterday since nobody bought tickets. (Fair enough.) Does this mean reality TV contests are losing the millions of viewers they used to coax in? Wonderland

Russian doll princesses, nature goddesses with pet pheasants: Neringa Rekasiute takes pictures of magic, transforming her models into peculiar, ethereal fairy tales. Wonderland speaks to her about deadlines, visions, and…

“Grunge Goth”? “New Orientalism”? Wonderland isn’t sure about made-up terms sloppily tagged to LA duo Io Echo’s peculiar poptones. We quizzed the band about life-changing gigs, their forthcoming debut record…

With Ice-T’s heavily anticipated directorial debut named “Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap” coming out in the UK next month (and released in the US last Friday), we take…

The latest – and last – installment of our London Collections: Men coverage, this time focusing on frontstage action at Christopher Raeburn and nose powdering, behind-the-scenes shenanigans at Nicole Farhi’s…

Talking Crest is a seven-strong arts collective, formed in London last year. The troupe host a number of multidiscplinary creative workshops from their Central Saint Martins base and on Saturday…

Days two and three of London Collections: Men kicked off over the weekend. Here – bare chests, tats ‘n’ all – is our version of events.

Ellen Von Unwerth’s newest work, “Do Not Disturb”, is a salacious behind-the-scenes story collage via Motel Americana. We spoke to the feted photographer about her typically reference friendly collection –…

Day one of London’s mens fashion week is over – having fun so far? Here, we sneak behind the scenes at Xander Zhou and YMC’s swish showcases.

Flick through some exclusive front and backstage action at day one of London’s mens fashion week – to start, we take to the Hackett and Joseph Abboud shows…

We spent the afternoon with California’s Caleb Trent, one of Premier’s men about town…

Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen turned 26 yesterday and won the CFDA Womenswear designer of the year award last week. Elizabeth Olsen’s film Red Lights is out in cinemas from tomorrow.…

Elusive, pop-culture amalgamist and brainchild of London’s Aubin gallery, Stuart Semple (known as “Nancyboy” in the early noughties) agreed to dish the dirt on his work ahead of his…

Indie rock’s dead? Not quite. Oxfordshire newcomers Zulu Winter might only have formed at the beginning of last year, but they’ve already released their anthemic debut Language, packed with…

With Karl Lagerfeld finally being immortalised in wax in Germany late last week, we look at the best and worst in the way of waxwork fun…

WATCH: an exclusive video accompanying our cinematic, moody Dior beauty shoot for Wonderland’s February/March issue…

For most people, experimental Montreal multi-instrumentalist d’Eon is best known for his collaborative effort with fellow Canadian electro-dance artist Grimes on 2011’s split EP, Darkbloom. After releasing two notable…

Shoshanna Weinberger’s painted works address issues of beauty, power, excess and sexuality – with portraits of strangled figures wrapped in gold and thick fabrics. Wonderland chats to Weinberger about her…

Constanța-born clubgirl Alexandra Stan spoke to Wonderland about her blink-and-you’ll-miss-it rise to fame and global chart phenomenon that was “Saxobeat.”

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