To celebrate our unsurprising inclusion on Buzzfeed’s best print list, we’re giving away some of our most coveted mags and posters!
As if we needed to be told that print isn’t dead, Buzzfeed went ahead and made a list of the 35 best print publications around. Well, you won’t be surprised to hear that Wonderland was firmly on that list with the description, “the UK’s hippest pop-culture magazine”: we’ll take that. To celebrate, we thought it was a fitting time to give away some of our most sought-after past covers and posters. How will you get your hands on these? Easy – become a subscriber to our weekly newsletter and enter the chance to win, those who do will find out next Friday so time’s a-ticking!
This week we’re offering up some of our favourites from 2014/15, including:
‘Why You So Obsessed with Me? Issue’ – Summer 2014
That unforgettable cover of a seductive Mariah Carey dressed in Agent Provocateur shot by Terry Richardson. Plus other desirables Aaron Taylor-Johnson, Brooke Candy, Jean-Paul Gaultier, Iggy Azalea, Petra Collins, Gregg Araki, Jacob Artist, Dominique Young Unique and Ella Henderson – bet you ran out of breath saying that didn’t you?
‘The Mean Girls Issue’ – Sept/ Oct 2014
Reowww – what a line-up of feisty females. Your ‘regulation hottie’ and face of this issue is tiara-wearing Barbara Palvin accompanied by the ultimate clique of playground princesses: Chelsea’s Lucy Watson, Muccia’s new muse Stacy Martin and film-star sensation Saoirse Ronan. We also caught up with the mean girl herself Lindsay Lohan as she took to the West End stage in David Mamet’s ‘Speed-The-Plow.’ All in celebration of 10 years since Tina Fey created Mean Girls – do you feel old now?
‘The Teen Dream Issue’ – Nov/ Dec 2014
Our two cover stars, both available, are dreamy teen icons and interviewees Taylor Swift and Willow Smith, with stunning photo shoots by Thomas Whiteside. Taylor’s normal bubble gum ‘pop’ appearance is stripped back revealing some of that country-girl fresh-faced charm that we all fell for and simultaneously welcomes her as a modern pop star with sass. Willow Smith also shakes off her past ‘whipping hair’ days and stands as a young and well-informed Feminist who has grown up very quickly.
‘The Spring Fashion Issue’ – February/March 2015
Hailey Baldwin shows us what she’s made of; gracefully holding a range of power tools whilst her long blonde hair flows around her – and all whilst wearing six-inch heals. As well our cover girl, this issue hooks up with girl band of the moment Little Mix, the gorgeous actor Douglas Booth and talks to Kristen Stewart about reinventing herself as the queen of indie film accompanied by a poignant black and white shoot by Hedi Slimane.