WONDERLAND WINTER ISSUE 2017
Flashbacks, memories and dreams: the Winter 17/18 issue of Wonderland is a cosmic trip.
Leading the pack, our male cover star Ezra Miller is playing a new kind of outsider as The Flash in Justice League. Making history as the first openly LGBTQ+ actor to be cast as a superhero, the anomaly to Hollywood’s identikit rule takes us on a spiritual journey, preaching unity and a sense of self. Also about to break new ground and coming out of her creative limbo, Tinashe leads us on an adventure through the streets of Los Angeles and reveals her much anticipated album Joyride is in its final iteration.
Head girl of the millennial supermodels, Hailey Baldwin glitters in an intimate shoot showing us just why she claimed the top spot as Style Influencer of the Year and how 11 million Instagram followers can’t be wrong. As one of Disney’s rising stars in their class of 2017, Sofia Carson talks about the honour of carrying the heavyweight studio’s name leading its next gen and her movement into music away from the screen.
Flickering through 20 years of highs and hardships, Jeremy Scott celebrates two decades of his namesake label with a special feature and a timeline of his biggest hits. We get the low-down on two comebacks: Dylan Sprouse’s return to acting in Dismissed plus this summer’s smash hit revival of It and the film’s astounding female lead, Sophia Lillis.
In conversation, director Sean Baker and his first time lead actor, Bria Vinaite discuss his much-lauded release, The Florida Project and we team up viral activist Saffiyah Khan with Pussy Riot’s Nadya Tolokonnikova to dissect the occupational hazards that come with being a political artist.