Most women love shoes, but how many get to make them their life's work?
Kathryn Wilson kicked off her footwear range when she was just 23, with the help of an AMP scholarship.
Her shoes are now stocked by more than 100 boutiques, she has three stores of her own, and she's now launched a children's and baby range.
She also got to meet Jimmy Choo and has even sold a pair of shoes to Beyoncé - Ms Wilson joined Paul Henry this morning to discuss her rise to success.
NZ footwear expert Kathryn Wilson kicked off her shoe design career with an AMP Scholarship. From there, she’s gone from success to success. If you think you’ve got what it takes, apply for an AMP Scholarship today. Applications are now open!