WONDERLAND SPRING ISSUE 2018
Out Beg. March 2018
Love is in the air. Love is all around. Love is all you need. And the Spring issue of Wonderland.
Almost 400 pages of the poster boys and pin up girls we adore, the Spring 2018 Issue is romantic with a capital R.
Troye Sivan made his much welcomed comeback at the start of the year with “My My My!” and all of a sudden, everyone’s favourite pocket-sized pop purist was all grown up. Eve Barlow meets the creator of heart-wrenching bangers and ballads to discuss his blond revival, finding home in LA and politely rejecting that ever present “gay icon” prefix.
Halsey made headlines after January’s Women’s March in New York. The people’s pop star read a poem she’d written just the night before revealing personal traumas on a global platform, consequentially her fans fell for her harder and her honesty spread her name and message beyond her music. Amelia Abraham gets the same access all areas treatment with the singer in NYC and talks endometriosis, politics and poetry.
Keeping things in the family, Chloe and Halle show us some sibling love stateside. Beyoncé’s teen protégées have returned to acting, starring alongside Wonder-babe Yara Shahidi in Black-ish college spin-off, Grown-ish. Chanté Josephs finds out what it’s like to face world domination with your sister by your side.
Inside, Ross Lynch details his transformation from Disney dreamboat to magnetic and malicious leading man in My Friend Dahmer, while viral N.E.R.D dancer Mette Towley gives us the low down on what it’s like to get your head shaved by Rihanna.
We run wild with this season's fashion and enlist an emo princess for a Moschino special, create a wholesome (fabulously dressed) gang in Prada and fast-rising newcomer Renell Medrano takes us to Harlem for a Guccified love story.