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2 definitions by Kitsch Palace

 
1.
The Wonderground is a word for the ambitious, glamorous and decadent nightlife (places, people, looks and scenes) in every major city around the world.
When in any major city the real attitude of a place can be felt on the wonderground.

The Wonderground is divided into leaders, followers and visitors.

Wonderground styles and looks eventually cross-over to become embraced by mainstream fashion.

You can be a superstar on the wonderground and unkown by mainstream media, it's a case of fame versus infamy.

Wonderground superstars rarely cross-over to the global mainstream, sites like myspace have made this transition more possible.

Wonderground looks and sounds often get copied, this can be seen as a form of plagiarism or alternatively as something of a compliment.

The Wonderground is where The Zeitgeist is born and raised.

The Wonderground is a place to have fun, explore your wilder side, be fabulous and make new friends.

Many great creative collaborations are the result of people meeting on the wonderground.

"Tales From The Wonderground" an album by Kitsch Palace
de Kitsch Palace 6 février 2010
 
2.
The Wonderground is a word for the ambitious, glamorous and decadent nightlife (places, people, looks and scenes) in every major city around the world.
When in any major city the real attitude of a place can be felt on the wonderground.

All wonderground styles and looks eventually become embraced by mainstream fashion.

You can be a superstar on the wonderground and unkown by mainstream media, it's a case of infamy versus fame.

Wonderground superstars rarely cross-over to the mainstream but they often get copied by the mainstream, when this happens those on the wonderground recognize it and see it as something of a compliment (what else can you do?).

The Wonderground is where The Zeitgeist is born and raised.

Many great creative collaborations are the result of people meeting on the wonderground.

"Tales From The Wonderground" an album by Kitsch Palace
de Kitsch Palace 6 février 2010