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Wonderland Sep/Oct 2014

The Mean Girls Issue
language: English publishing frequency: 4 issues per year country of origin: England pages: 352 magazine: Wonderland measures: L: 30cm W: 23cm H: 1.5cm
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Let’s face it, Mean Girls is one of the most important fashion/teen/youth culture movie ever made. Trying to count how many times you’ve seen it is like reciting the alphabet backwards after once too many Bacardi Breezers. This year marks ten at the top for Tina Fey and her snarly, wise-cracking high school clique, and to celebrate, we present Wonderland’s Mean Girls issue.

First in the line up of attitudinal femmes is Cady herself, Lindsay Lohan, who raids her fashion cupboard, laces up in Gucci, and wades into her new West End show, David Mamet drama Speed-the-Plow. Then there’s Barbara Palvin, who grabbed five from her globe-galavanting, runway-dominating schedule to skulk around the darkest corners of Shoreditch, tiara in tow. Nymphomaniac star and Miu Miu’s newest muse Stacy Martin chats taboo-busting in the name of art, and child star turned bigscreen beauty Saiorse Ronan chats staying DIY in spite of it all. The Champagne Supernova, the Regulation Hottie, the bookish risk-taker, the child genius: our cover girls line all corners of school canteen. Just don’t try and sit with them.

To toast the launch of a new NYC-set Made In Chelsea series, likable ice queen Lucy Watson – the Regina George of SW3 – solves our relationship woes as Wonderland’s new agony aunt. Plus, Charli XCX – the bubblegum rave queen taking America by storm – chats with muse and PC Music’s ethereal export, Hannah Diamond and LA’s grunge experimentalists The Garden talk about being plucked from underground obscurity by Hedi Slimane himself.

Showcasing the season’s best fashion, we hit the halllugin-lit canteens of McDonald’s with Jeremy Scott and his newest obsession Lily McMenamy, and ask Petra Collins to round up her fave New York Dolls and dress them in Adam Selmen’s thrilling new line for fall. All this, and the best new photography around. Just like Tina’s Mean Girls, it’s all rather Fetch.


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