Minneapolis Mall Welcomes First Black Woman-Owned Shoe Store

Brittney Kline, the founder and CEO of Boss Lady Shoetique shoe store, has opened a storefront in Northtown Mall in Minneapolis
-A +A
0

Photos: BlackBusiness.com\Boss Lady Shoetique

Brittney Kline, the founder and CEO of Boss Lady Shoetique shoe store, has opened a storefront in Northtown Mall in Minneapolis, Minnesota making her the first Black woman to ever open a shoe store in this particular mall.

Brittney has always wanted to be a fashion model since she was a child. But she had to put her dream on hold when she got pregnant at an early age. Even though she wasn't able to fulfill her childhood dream, she didn't stop dreaming.

Still related to fashion, Brittney started a shoe business online in 2019. It stems from her desire to provide good-quality shoes at an affordable price to career-driven women. Now, she has expanded to a physical shoe store in Northtown Mall.

"It's been a struggle, but it's been fun. We ended up here today so I'm really excited," Kline told KSTP. "I lost my job this past fall. And that really just made me want to go harder to my entrepreneurship." Read more.

Also Check Out...

They are offering the public a total of 10 percent actual equity in the business
The Black Bread Company Offering
Detroit native and U.S. gymnastics Hall of Famer Wendy Hilliard
Hall of Fame Gymnast Rising Up
 Dr. Calvin Mackie, founder of STEM Global Action and STEM NOLA, and Dillard University President Dr. Walter M. Kimbrough
Trailblazer Award Given To
Consumer Cooperative Group is a multi-family real estate investment cooperative that’s Black-owned, funded, and controlled by Ta
Invest, Build Generational Wealth
turning Black children over to white America for their daily education
American Public Education System:
The vibe and energy of our region flowed last evening in Gaudeloupe as the first Caribbean Games was officially opened.
Inaugural Caribbean Games Open In