All killer, no filler. The Horror Issue of Wonderland is almost here.
All killer, no filler. The new issue of Wonderland celebrates pop culture’s ghoulish goings-on: from the scary movie stars of tomorrow to the artists, musicians and celebrities hell-bent on proving their shock value. Welcome to the Horror Issue; “It’s a scream, baby!”
Femme Fatale, “Body On Me” songstress and undisputed queen of reality TV, Rita Ora, graces our cover. She sits down with Harriet Verney to talk heartbreak and love triangles and shows us her granny pants. You have been warned. Alongside Ms. Ora we chat to hat-wielding, “Hold Back The River” singer-songwriter, James Bay. Elsewhere, we catch up with the once-pixie-cropped pin-up Agyness Deyn to discuss her grand return to fashion and new tear-jerking screen stints. Bedroom mixtape-maestro Miguel is back too with his third album, Wildheart and reminisces with Nellie Eden about his days as a late bloomer, finding his feet with ladies and of course, the torso.
Inside is where things get really scary. We meet the cast of teen phenomenon Scream Queens and Chloe Sevigny’s co-stars from forthcoming film shocker, #Horror. Princess Julia, the longest reigning monarch of London’s shrinking underbelly and Derek Ridgers, the photographer documenting its death, take us back through five decades of nightlife. Pop’s strangest new chanteuse, Petite Meller, runs riot around a haunted house, all dressed up in Chanel’s Resort collection. Mykki Blanco falls asleep mid-conversation but wakes up just in time to share some of his C-ORE – the crushing industrial compilation released via guerrilla label, Dogfood Music Group. Finally, we take a mid-deadline weekend away to the UK’s leading gore-hound gathering, the Whitby Goth Festival. It’s a frightfest – and everyone’s invited.