Throughout his career, the Black Mamba played with an unmatched drive for greatness. The Kobe XI Elite 4KB “Lost Ghost” is built to these standards of greatness, equipped with a lightweight Nike Flyknit upper and a drop-in Lunarlon sockliner featuring Zoom Air cushioning in the heel. Innovative in appearance, the Kobe XI Elite 4KB “Lost Ghost” features a liquid lime color way. Kobe’s latest release’s Saturday, December 24rd in-store at our Moreland Avenue location.
Christmas is coming early this year as Jordan Brand will release the Air Jordan Retro 3 “Rio Teal” in kids sizes. Featuring a Black, Rio Teal, Metallic Gold and White colorway, the Air Jordan Retro 3 “Rio Teal” will be available Saturday, December 24th in-store at our Moreland Avenue location.
Following her collection debut as part of New York Fashion Week, Rihanna presents her latest footwear collaboration with PUMA: the Fenty Trainer. Set to debut in three tonal offerings, the Fenty Trainer’s most noticeable feature is the height of the shoe, particularly the elongated tongue. Additional height is also seen on the back pull tabs of the shoe. The lacing of the shoe is a slip-on design as no laces appear on the shoe. The Puma stripe that appears on the side panels manages to blend in nicely with the rest of the shoe.
Peep the Rihanna x PUMA Fenty Trainer bellow and look for it to drop this weekend on February 27th online and in-store.
After the release of the Air Jordan 14 Retro “Thunder”, Jordan brand introduces a new “Wolf Grey” iteration of the classic silhouette. Sitting atop a white midsole, the sneakers shine with a solid grey nubuck upper, Sport Blue highlights and matching tonal laces. Be on the look out for the Air Jordan 14 Retro coming soon to Wish.
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Nike kicks off the releases from the Jordan vault this year with a new rendition of the Air Jordan III Retro. This eye-cathching look features a powder blue leather upper with tonal elephant print trim around the toe box and heel. Featuring accents in black, white, and grey for an overall clean approach to the iconic silhouette. Be on the lookout for these hitting the sheleves at Wish soon.
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This holiday season, we’re unveiling a new twist on the way shoe releases work here at Wish. Take a look above at the new rules.
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In light of recent events, we’re re-writing the rules on footwear releases. In addition to the above, we’ll no longer allow:
- No Camping Out
- No Line forming
- No Loitering
- No Lists
You can find all of the release information that you need via:
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When it comes to showcasing some of the best up and coming artists Atlanta has to offer, look no further than ABV Gallery. Proving true, this past weekend ABV hosted the premiere exhibition “All But Reason” of artist Trey Moseley. Moseley, also represented by ABV, unveiled a combination of paintings and installation all under the same banner that consisted of works that were both serene and violent. “All But Reason” is a completely unique experience that confronts viewers with the question, what would we see if we could peel back our flesh and draw our dark and savage nature to the surface?
At the show’s opening this past weekend, we had the pleasure to view the works and catch up with the man behind the art. So take a look at the images below, as well as some quotes from Trey Moseley.
How did you get associated with ABV Gallery in Atlanta from a farming town in middle Georgia?
When I initially moved up here I had a friend that lived in a party house here in the city, one of those places where time stops and people enter in waves. I was asked to do a large scale mural in the space. As I was painting I met a man in circle glasses and nice boots. His name was Ash Hayer. As we began to hang out, and we sipped our drinks, he told me that he worked at a design firm/gallery and that I should stop by. I decided to stop by. That was 3 years ago. What is the underlying story behind the All But Reason exhibition?
What’s the theme that ties all of the “All But Reason” pieces together?
The underlying theme is the unknown. My interest isn’t in telling my story but allowing people to think for themselves, come to there own conclusions about my work, and in doing so maybe the world around them. I only use my life as reference because it is there in front of me, it’s all I know. We are all conditioned into reality differently and because of this we react differently to the objects around us. I am interested in creating a vessel of possibilities and meanings to provide the viewer a mirror into there own understanding of the world.
What’s the next step for Trey Moseley?
To become but a storm drenching everything in it’s path.
For more information on Trey Moseley and his work, visit his website: http://treymoseley.com/
Photography | Gavin Guidry
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While many professional basketball players were partnering up with large companies to produce individual sneakers, in 1989, Patrick Ewing became the first NBA player to offer his own brand of sneakers, Ewing Athletics. However, last year saw the first release in 17 years from Ewing Athletics with the relaunch of the Ewing 33 Hi. Now, after the successful releases of this model in multiple colorways such as the “Jamaica” and “Georgetown”, Ewing Athletics is back with the release of a fresh model, the Ewing Focus. Unlike the 33 Hi, the Focus boasts its signature ankle strap with “FOCUS” boldly embroidered at the front as well as red neoprene on the quarter panels and ankle as highlights. This, just the second model to be released/retroed by Ewing Athletics, will have a limited release of only 33 accounts worldwide.
The release date of the Ewing Athletics 2013 Ewing Focus has been changed. Further information regarding the time of sale for these will be announced at a later time.
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Thanks to Penny Hardaway’s stay with the Orlando Magic, the Hardaway line of Nikes have seen long been mixed up in the royal colorway. However, departing from the usual combonation of colors that this model usually sees, the Nike Air Foamposite “Sport Royal” features a shiny sport royal upper with wolf grey lining along the trim and lace work. An icy outsole caps off the colorway, complemented by the classic carbon fiber support.
Be on the lookout for this release in-store only on Saturday, June 29, 2013 via our Moreland Ave. shop.
If there are any remaining quantities, phone orders will be offered starting at 5:00PM EST on the day of the release by calling 404.880.0402. No pre-orders or advance sales are allowed.
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Nike Lebron X EXT “Denim”
597806 400 | Midnight Navy/Hazelnut/Fireberry
Nike Air Force 1
488298 414 | Hyper Blue/Sai
Nike Air Force 1
488298 607 | University Red/Sail
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