Fashion Space Gallery – Mad About The Boy
Fashion Space Gallery at LCF have announced a hugely exciting new youth culture fashion exhibition with a truly all-star list of contributors.
SEVEN WONDERS: HOW COCO CHANEL CHANGED THE COURSE OF WOMEN’S FASHION
With The LCF opening an exhibition tomorrow of Coco Chanel portraits by Marion Pike, we look back at the seven ways the designer revolutionised women’s fashion.
TRACES: The secret gallery
Hidden away off Hackney Road in east London is an old Victorian pub, frequented by the cries of a hoary prostitute – and it might also be the site of the most innovative gallery show all year, showcasing art and design pieces in a meticulously restored (but fashionably crumbly) local landmark. But first you need […]
PREVIEW: Pop! at the Fashion and Textile Museum
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, this thematic exhibition fuses fashion, art and culture for an insight into the development of the styles of the times. We talk Pop Art and counterculture […]
FASHION FRINGE 2012
Fashion Fringe 2012 is the brainchild of fashion writer, Colin McDowell. Since 2003, the fringe has been offering a foot in the door for emergent designers. The winning three – which will be announced tomorrow, whittled from ten – will have their collections showcased at London Fashion Week, as well as being offered financial and […]
London Fashion Week – ACNE
We had been expecting great things from Acne, but what materialised in the concrete surroundings at the Old Sorting Office exceeded our expectations tenfold. We were ushered to our seats, cocktails in hand and finding it hard to contain our excitement by the vast space filled with a buzzing audience.
BACKSTAGE… London Fashion Week
On Friday, Wonderland journeyed deep into the musky recesses of London Fashion Week’s backstage quarters to uncover all that is eww-y, glam, nerve-jangling and face-lifted at its heavily protected core.
Simon Costin’s Impossible Catwalk Shows
Fashion Space Gallery have announced a new exhibition of the work of fabled set designer Simon Costin, the creator of magical spaces for the likes of Alexander McQueen and Faberge
The Store × The Infinite Mix
We talk with the exceptionally chic Alex Eagle on The Store’s new London collaboration.
Frédéric Tcheng talks Dior & I
We revisit the time Frédéric Tcheng took us behind the seams at the Dior atelier, in the run-up to Raf Simons’ debut haute couture showcase.
Walk The Line
We trace the 10-year history of one of London menswear’s most nurturing and on-point initiatives; Lulu Kennedy’s MAN.
Hattie Stewart’s Pattern, Shape, Fluidity, Versions
Wonderland favourite and rebel-illustrator Hattie Stewart has a new exhibition in Brighton starting today.