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…

Zoe Jervoise’s self-made empire rests on a very basic concept: source the best in the way of vintage denim clobber, sew in your own colourful, striking tapestries, and retail the…

Part model, actor, photographer and blogger, Dorothea Barth Jorgensen landed firmly on her feet after winning Elite’s Model Look award at the tender age of 16. Three years on, she…

The folks at Benetton will today launch a city-wide campaign of ‘un-hate’ – promoting messages of global tolerance and social responsibility. The streets of Tel Aviv, Tokyo, Paris, Rome and…

Leonce Raphael Agbodjelou, son of influential photographer Joseph Moise, threw himself (and his travelling studio) headlong into the otherworldly traditions of the Egungun collective in Porto Novo, the Republic of…

Meshing tyre print with flora, harsh latex with wear-ability and dark colours with bright, Rome-born designer Flaminia Saccacci has certainly pricked a few ears since her award-winning graduation show at…


For the 2011 Winter issue of Wonderland (Issue 28 November/December), photographer Rhys Frampton and our very own Way Perry created an impressive shoot to showcase the continued collaboration between…

LA-based Chelsea Wolfe peddles a peculiar brand of moody, fragile midnight rock. Her newest album, Apokalypsis, explores themes of revelation, discovery and nature-v-nature duality with a newly-formed ensemble. The Wolfe…

19-year-old Lucas Pittaway enjoyed an unlikely introduction to screen acting. As a full time door-to-door leaflet postman, Pittaway, who bears an uncanny resemblance to the late Heath Ledger, was scouted…


Gucci have fully renovated thier Old Bond Street boutique and it is as stunning as you would expect. Throwing a typically lavish opening party for the early November re-launch,…


Worlds of beauty collide as cosmetics company Shu Umeura enroll visual mastermind Wong Kar Wai for a unique collaboration. Enlisting the film director – who is famed for being…

We share some of our favourite images so far from our Beginners competition – a £700 camera kit could still be yours!

20-year-old Pixie Lott is something of a triple threat having released music (her debut album “Turn It Up” sold in excess of one million copies), starred in a feature…

What: Jimmy Choo men’s store
Where: Burlington Arcade, Mayfair, London
When: 1st November 2011
Why: The luxury brand’s world first Men’s store
Interior: A colour scheme…


For the 2011 Spring Fashion Issue of Wonderland, Stylist (and Wonderland Men’s Fashion Editor) Way Perry and photographer David Roemer teamed up for the “Hook, Line & Sinker” shoot,…

FLORENCE AND THE MACHINE by Ben Rayner from Wonderland Magazine on Vimeo.

In 2009, Wonderland released the British Talent Special issue featuring cover stars Alexandra Burke and…

A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Richard II, Hamlet, Love’s Labour’s Lost – for almost 400 years, the works of William Shakespeare have been regarded as the most important in the history…


We had the pleasure of spending time with D1 Models’ Aaron Frew. The 5’7” model (who is one of the hot new faces of CK One) kept us in…

Visual artist, Chris Levine uses an array of lasers, optics and LEDs as well as natural light to create his alluring images. Rising to prominence in 2004 with his portrait…

Reebok and Emporio Armani continue their collaborative EA7 line and, for Autumn (aka Fall) 2011, expand their collection of footwear to include the new unisex Court Mid shoe. The latest…

To mark the Blu-ray and DVD release of Mike Mills’ BeginnersWonderland and Universal are offering budding photographers the chance to win an Olympus digital camera kit, worth over £700.

New York based film director, Lewis Smithingham was in the UK last week to showcase his latest video short, “My Mother The Flatiron” as part of the annual

Wonderland’s beauty director Maxine Leonard teams up with Simon Emmett and Spring 69‘s Anthony Shurmer to create a sultry, dusky-eyed tribute to the latest Dior Beauty collection.

In between walking shows during London Fashion Week, Bambi Northwood-Blyth from Elite sat down for a chat with Wonderland’s Fashion Assistant, Francesca Prudente.

Selling Dreams: One Hundred Years of Fashion Photography is the new exhibition slated to show at the Light House Media Centre as the first touring exhibition from the Victoria &…

Following his projects “Valhalla Rising” and “Bronson”, Danish film director Nicolas Winding Refn today releases “Drive” in the UK. Winning the Best Director gong at the Cannes Film Festival earlier…

The British Council’s Architecture, Design and Fashion team in junction with Unity and PAN Studio are launching This Way Up. Curated by Pete Collard, it will act as an exhibition…

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