Two new boutiques recently opened in Milwaukee. Flirt, 317 N. Broadway, is the fifth boutique for the former Commission Row, joining Lela (co-owned by Stephanie Sherman, the wife of Jeff Sherman), Falcon, Lorena Sarbu and Anthropologie.
Flirt is owned by Jenny Gale, the former co-owner of Mequon boutique, Gossip.
"Flirt complements the other stores on this strip. It's a different price point and there's something for everybody," says Gale. "We're really happy to be here."
In early September, 5 Hearts opened at 153 N. Milwaukee St. It's owned by Mary Jo and Kelly Mansell, the wife and daughter of Kohl's Corporation chairman, Kevin Mansell.
I think it's great that we have 2 new boutiques in town! I would llike to know for others out there like myself what are we supposed to do with the Gossip gift certificates that we still have?? I called the number and there was never a recorded message regarding a future reopening or addressing poor patrons out there that are left high and dry.
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