“I try to find characters that I can relate to in
some sense. For Aisha, it’s about a woman
migrating from one country to the next. I look fo
r characters that not only feel relatable but can
also teach you something, but also for characters
to be a vessel for me to learn something. Take Shuri
for instance in Black Panther, she taught me to be
brave and have courage; learn to appreciate people
in front of me before it’s too late. She’s helped me
grow into a woman.” 

Following the acclaimed success of Marvel's Black
Panther: Wakanda Forever, Letitia Wright continues
to dominate our screens this year with three novel films
grappling with real-life stories. Reflecting on her
wider purpose and being a perpetual work in
progress, Wright covers Wonderland's Winter 2022
issue talking the untapped side of her artistry and the
power of feeling seen. 

Letitia Wright wears the FENDI Baguette 25th
Anniversary Collection

Photography by Nwaka Okparaeke at Kintzing 
Fashion by Toni-Blaze Ibekwe
Words by Scarlett Baker
Hair by Stefan Bertin at The Wall Group
Makeup by Kenneth Soh at The Wall Group
Manicure by Sabrina Gayle at The Wall Group
Set design by Luis Gaensslen
Floral styling by Benjamin Morgan
Editorial Director Huw Gwyther
Editor Ella Bardsley
Art Directors Livia Vourlakidou, Aparna Aji, Harry Fitzgerald
Production Director Ben Crank
Production Assistant Isabella Coleman
Photography Assistant Alex Ingram
Fashion Assistants Yasmin Williams, Omaima El Harrak 
Please note:
Additional duties and taxes may apply depending on your country's delivery destination.

We ship worldwide, find out more.
Letitia Wright Wonderland Winter 2022