Premier: Hotel Chavanel
Located within one of France’s thriving historic center’s, the Madeleine Quarter, the recently re-furbished Hotel Chavanel is a serene haven of hushed tranquility – the perfect escape from the every day chaos of Parisian life. In collaboration with architects Anne Peyroux and Emmanuele Thisy hotel owner Sophie Charlet, has re-imagined the twenty-seven room boutique hotel, promising […]
SOUTH PLACE HOTEL
Walking from Moorgate or Liverpool St you might just miss the South Place Hotel, but when you discover it you’ll wonder how you ever survived the city without it.
LONDON FASHION WEEK: Fashion East AW13
In most situations, lampshade hats, billowing bathrobes and Elvis Presley prints would seem resoundingly incompatible. But for Fashion East, that’s a day in the life of the new normal. We went backstage for more.
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: Mary Katrantzou AW13
Shape, form and a distinct lack of colour – why Mary Katrantzou‘s autumn/winter show stunned us all.
PARIS MEN’S FASHION WEEK: Backstage at Valentino AW13
We take a peek backstage at the Valentino show, featuring a very Valentino take on British tailoring.
LONDON COLLECTIONS: Backstage at E. Tautz AW13
At the end of London Collections, E. Tautz brought it all back to what British menswear does best: sleek, sophisticated suiting in fifty shades of grey and navy.
LONDON COLLECTIONS: Backstage at Shaun Samson AW13
We fall in love with Shaun Samson‘s hockey-meets-streetwear collection, an ode to layering, silhouette and technique. Check out our backstage pics for more.
LONDON COLLECTIONS: Backstage at Christopher Shannon AW13
“Obsessive, compulsive, re-order” was the order of the day at Christopher Shannon, inspired by the towering piles of clothes found in hoarders’ homes. We go backstage to find out if there’s any method to the madness.
LONDON COLLECTIONS: Backstage at James Long AW13
“I prefer to call myself pube-king.” That’s one missive from John Waters, the king of bad taste, and official inspiration source for John Long‘s AW13 collection. We review the schlock factor here.
REVIEW: Camden Crawl 2012
As its name may suggest, The Camden Crawl encourages – no, compels you – to get happy, tipsy, drunk, whatever you want to call it. And who is Wonderland to argue with these higher forces?
REVIEW: Stroke Urban Art Fair, Munich
The Praterinsel in Munich, Germany, provided a scenic venue for the sixth annual Stroke Urban Art Fair from Saturday, creating an alluring juxtaposition of man-made and natural beauty. Galleries and street artists congregated for the three day event, and their focus on street and urban art which made for an inspiring mix of contemporary art, […]
REVIEW mk. II – Sundance London
The dust has just started to settle on Sundance London, but the reviews are rolling in and the prognosis looks good – even if it was competing with the New Kids On The Block/Backstreet Boys reunion at the O2. Wonderland rounds up the final days of America’s biggest festival export… Day three River’s Edge Think […]
REVIEW – Sundance London 2012
Britain might be gripped by the wettest drought in decades, but the rain didn’t deter film buffs from turning up in droves for the first ever Sundance London film festival at the O2 arena. Wonderland joined them to see if the cinematic magic of Park City, Utah would translate to er, North Greenwich. For your […]
RECAP – Paris Fashion Week
In a season filled with designer musical chair sagas (apart from Jean Paul Gaultier taking helm as Creative Director of Diet Coke, which was harmonious), their inflicting drama came through in the clothes. From blood and crimson reds to slick black leather, Paris Fashion Week was bursting with drama, driving home why it’s a week […]