Art of Football are giving fans a much-needed dose of camaraderie with their new Essentials collection.
British art nouveau, Northern landscapes and nature are all inspirations for the sweeping Pre-AW20 collection from Alexander McQueen.
Dedicated to Pride, Diesel has dropped its vibrant rainbow-streaked 2020 "For Successful Living" campaign and capsule collection.
Boiler Room have launched their first RTW collection, with collabs with British disrupter Mowalola – to be worn on the dance floor.
Vintage lovers! Tommy Hilfiger’s latest capsule collection lets you cop styles inspired by the OG Tommy Jeans Sport Tech Denim 1997 collection.
Premier: Clara Martin
Wonderland catch up with menswear designer Clara Martin ahead of her SS15 L:CM showcase this month
PARIS FASHION WEEK: Kenzo AW13
Opening Ceremony founders Humberto Leon and Carol Lim go from strength to strength with their autumn/winter collection for Kenzo.
LONDON FASHION WEEK: Topshop Unique AW13
On with 90s nostalgia – is Topshop resurrecting the Britpop age? We find out with their autumn/winter show.
LONDON FASHION WEEK: Margaret Howell AW13
Margaret Howell doesn’t make a song and dance of her runway shows – but her clothes speak for herself. Look at our exclusive backstage pics here.
DIESEL BLACK GOLD – Andreas Melbostad
Andreas Melbostad – Diesel Black Gold’s newly appointed creative director, showcased his debut womenswear line for a/w13 at New York’s Pier 57 complex on Tuesday. We sat down with the Norweigian-born designer – who replaced Sophia Kokosalaki in August – to talk through his fantastical, reference-driven collection. What are your key inspirations for the a/w13 […]
DEREK LAWLOR – AW12
You’d be forgiven for not noticing that Derek Lawlor works purely in the realm of knitwear – so innovative and sculptured are his designs. As part of a new burgeoning team of designers, his pieces challenge and redefine the boundaries of knitwear design. Lawlor created his own unique style of wax cording, which he returns […]
SAINT PRESENTS… Oliver Spencer
Mr Oliver Spencer set up his eponymous label in 2002, fusing the gap between popular streetwear style and typically British hunting and military influences. Wonderland headed to his brand new Soho base this week, for a night or booze and fashionspeak in association with British craft lager giants, Saint. Check out our exclusive back and […]
Jayne Pierson – MODRUN
Jayne Pierson’s biography is a truly attention-stealing read. Flitting between schools across the US in her youth, she mingled with the likes of Robert Smith and rose to attention with EMI-backed indie outfit, Gouge. Now a fully fledged fashion designer, Pierson sat down with Wonderland to discuss the dense concept behind her fall collection, Modrun.
VISVIM at Dover Street Market
Since founding Visvim in 2000, Hiroki Nakamura has garnered a reputation for combining traditional techniques with modern technology to create some of the most iconic streetwear pieces of the last decade. To celebrate the brand’s ten year anniversary, Dover Street Market is currently exhibiting a selection of vintage workwear from all over the globe, taken […]
Matcho Suba – BUSHFIRE
Matcho Suba’s fall collection, Bushfire, is, he claims, his most “directional and complete” to date: “Fabrics such as fur, leather, taxidermy and lace were used to create a textual roller-coaster of emotion.” Inspired by an incline for researching bush-fires in his home country, Australia, the Slovakia-born, Central Saint Martins-educated designer sat down with Wonderland to […]
KATIE EARY – Darker Side of the Fairy Tale
Katie Eary, one of London’s most promising young designers, showcased her AW12 collection Darker Side of the Fairy Tale today. We were treated to another viewing of her sombre short film – styled by Wonderland’s Wey Perry featuring interplaying textures and silhouettes – and sat down with Katie to discuss the darkly fantastical collection. Pick […]
SARAH SUMFLETH talks Art Deco, lace and street style
Fashion designer Sarah Sumfleth fuses on-trend sportswear influences with intricate lacework to create understatedly chic clothing. Currently sold in French and Belgian indie boutiques, as well as in America, Australia and Asia, Sumfleth’s designs are currently available in the UK from über-cool online retailer THEN AND NOW. Sumfleth shares the secret of that certain je […]
Aino Vainio – I KNOW WHY NO
Aino Vainio is one Finland’s most promising young designers – her newest knitwear collection I Know Why No is a hand-coloured and delicate spring ensemble, inspired, she claims, by films Waterworld, Mad Max, Lost Boys and Andy Warhol’s artwork for the seminal Velvet Underground & Nico LP. Vainio was keen to pick through her techniques […]