Last week we teamed up with adidas Originals to celebrate the release of our SL Loop Runner “Independent Currency” shoe. Set to sounds from DJ Don Cannon, our Moreland Avenue location was transformed with full-sized adidas window displays and real $2 bills in the floor. With a sold-out RSVP list and a line out the door, the guests who arrived early were given a chance to buy the shoes before anyone else and received a free tee with purchase. Quenching the thirst of the attendees, a full bar was provided featuring beverages by D’usse and Dos Equis. Along with an animated photo booth by Smilebooth and an appearance by the $2 Bill Man himself, Steven Reisman, the store was filled with all of the support the city had to offer. Take a look at the images from the event below:
Coming off a strong collaboration with Coca Cola, the Los Angeles brand who was founded by Tom Hirota in 2007 return with its latest pieces just right for the summer time. Using their core identity within the various day-to-day elements, the Angel Rich Floral Tee sees a mesh material with “Rich Fashion Advisory” tag on the bottom left of the tee and as well as the shorts.
Purchase Joyrich Angel Rich Floral Tee & Shorts here as well as in-store through our Moreland Ave. location. Phone orders are accepted by dialing 404.880.0402. Email orders are accepted by sending a size request to email@example.com
Continuing the strong summer here in Atlanta, we’ve teamed up with adidas Originals for a footwear collaboration. Strongly influenced by the “2” Dollar bill, the collaboration is set to drop on July 4th and stay tuned for more info coming soon.
To celebrate memorial day, we’re giving you 25% OFF of hats and long sleeve tees throughout the weekend! The sale is in-store only, so swing by our Moreland Ave. location to start saving.
This past week, we had the opportunity to host Jeff Staple for an evening at the High Museum of Art as well as an exclusive “1-2-1 w/ jeffstaple” interview with B.o.B. Bridging the gap between streetwear culture and the world of fine art, over 150 attendees got the chance to experience an inspiring talk from Jeff in which he spoke on his own personal journey and the concept of impossible. A select few were able to take part in a unique portfolio review session functioning as a quasi-workshop where Jeff counseled budding entreprenuers on the ins and outs of the industry after in depth analysis of their portfolios.
The following day, Jeff Staple held his popular “1-2-1 w/ jeffstaple” interview series with Atlanta’s own B.o.B here at Wish. The two talked about B.o.B’s rise in the industry as well as his next steps in front of a small live audience. Take a look at more images from the past week below, and be on the lookout for footage as well.
Our special event with Jeff Staple at Atlanta’s High Museum is tomorrow night! If you’ve reserved your spot, make sure you know the specifics:
- • Make sure to show up no later than 7:00 p.m. Atendees will have time to mingle until 7:20 p.m.
- • If you were not able to reserve a seat, spaces that are not claimed by 7:20 p.m. will be opened to the public on a first come, first served basis.
- • The first 50 reserved atendees who show up to the High Museum will receive a complimentary event tee.
- • If you purchased a portfolio review with Jeff, you will have a front row reserved seat for the talk, and the review will begin at 9:00 p.m.
Our Moreland Ave. location will be closing on Tuesday, May 13 at 7:00 p.m. due to the event. The shop will not be open until 2:00 p.m. on Wednesday.
Yesterday, we had the amazing opportunity to host the one and only Big Boi as he released his collaborative pieces with streetwear brands SSUR and CLOT. An Outkast fan’s dream, Big Boi was present in full effect to pose for pictures, autograph everything from classic Stankonia vinyls to large ATL flags, and promote his collab items. Take a look below at some images from the event: