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Wonderland, Spring 2024 (Dominic Sessa)

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Wonderland is a uniquely positioned new, independent, bi-monthly publication for both men and women spotlightning contemporary visual culture- art, design, film – both the influences and developments, together with the very latest fashion, shot by some of the most innovative photographers working today. Assisting the readers instead rather than dictating to them, so that they may decide for themselves how to spend their time and their money.

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Wonderland – Spring 2024, Dominic Sessa wears Omega.

“I think in all of [Payne’s] movies, he’s looking for real people and not wanting [them] to seem like an actor or a celebrity, which I think is why he really liked me. He had a look in his mind [for Angus] and there’s something about my hair and I had these crazy sideburns in high school. Maybe he was just in a good mood the day he saw my tape or something. You never know what it is. It really does come down to those moments, the stars having to align in a perfect way.”

Before being cast in director Alexander Payne’s emphatically acclaimed, ‘70s boarding school-set flick, Dominic had never stepped in front of the gaze of the camera. Now, his debut role as teenage troublemaker Angus Tully in the BAFTA and Golden Globe winning comic-drama, The Holdovers, has quickly made Dominic Sessa Hollywood’s new golden boy. Covering our Spring 24 issue, he talks working with legendary actor Paul Giamatti, his unsual casting process and planning his next move.

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