Atlanta’s style elite are able to find the highly sought-after, limited edition footwear brands which have formed the bastion of Wish’s identity, alongside unique, handpicked fashion pieces from international designers under one roof.
Located in Little Five Points (L5P), Wish rests in the center of one of Atlanta’s most vibrant and edgy districts. L5P has long been a destination that attracts visitors with multifarious lifestyles, and Wish endeavors to expand the fashion offerings for its urbane clientele. The Little Five Points retail space was created by two of New York’s leading design talents, architect Raphael Berkowitz and designer Sam O’Donahue.
Lauren Amos, owner and creative driving force behind Wish describes the concept behind the store design as the amalgamation of three distinct elements: chaos and anarchy, reflecting the raw urban energy which lies at the very root of the store; repetition and order, reflecting the space’s original municipal use and its actual physical grid-like structure; and an edgy sense of contemporary design reflecting the breakthrough labels now housed in the store.
Wish is a unique destination housing fashion pieces by less than obvious, breakthrough designers from all over the world. Limited supplies of hard to find, much-anticipated wares have been key to Wish’s success from the start. One of the Southeast’s foremost outlets for the world’s most exclusive footwear brands, Wish has long been in the enviable position of being one of a select number of stores throughout the country permitted to sell those brands’ most sought-after, limited-edition lines. Long queues of in-the-know clientele have been seen snaking around the block when these coveted brands arrive featuring: Nike QS, Jordan Brand, Adidas Consortium, Yohji Yahmamoto Y-3, and Vans Vault.