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  • New Artist: LUCY JANE TURPIN

    We are super excited to reveal our next exciting artist Lucy Jane Turpin. This incredibly talented rising star has created a series of paintings exclusively for our Wanderland x Lucy Jane Turpin collaboration.  Lucy was born in Johannesburg in 1983. She completed her Honours Degree in Fine Arts ... View Post

    Faatimah Mohamed Luke, one half of the Mr & Mrs Luke duo, creates large-scale wall art made of plastic building blocks...  View Post
  • New Artist: ZHI ZULU

    Meet one of our new talented artists, the inimitable, South African based illustrator Zhi Zulu... View Post
  • Meet the Maker: Wanderland x Aureum

    Meet the artist & designer behind the Wanderland x Aureum collection, Nicole Levenberg... View Post
  • New Season: Winter Accessories

    With an icy chill creeping into the morning air, and the autumn leaves slowly starting to turn and fall, its definitely time to get ready for Winter. Wanderland has some beautiful sought after fashion pieces that are a perfect addition to your winter staples. Our silk modal blend scarves are hug... View Post
  • Silk Twill Scarf Styling: 7 Hermes Inspired Ideas

    We look to the French masters, Hermes, for some scarf styling inspiration. View Post
  • Product Focus: discover what goes into the making of a Wanderland velvet pouch

    Evening clutch, ‘bag within a bag’, handy makeup pouch or coin purse. Inspiration and insights into this South African handmade little velvet gem. View Post
  • 7 ways to wear your Wanderland Twilly

    Masterminded in the late 1930s by the ever innovative and effortlessly chic French fashion house Hermés, the ‘twilly' is fast becoming the most versatile fashion accessory. The name “twilly" is derived from the word “twill” which refers to the common weaving technique used to create soft draped f... View Post