Whitney Dosty

Building a Sewn Product Brand for a Hyper-Niche Market -
10:00 am 10/15/2019
Greenlee, Tucson Convention Center

Join us for an interactive panel discussion from Pima Community College Fashion Design students! Once you’ve identified your hyper-niche customer, how do you take your brand to the next phase? Listen and ask questions of those who are focusing their brands in specific arenas. Hear them speak about challenges, successes, and learn about ideas to help you take your dream from concept to creation! This will be an interactive panel; questions welcomed!

Whitney Dosty was born and raised in Tucson Arizona. Growing up Whitney studied ballet and attended the American Ballet Theater, Dance Theater of Harlem, and Alvin Ailey American Dance
Theater. Whitney has always had a love for the arts, fashion, and design. Whitney went on to attend the University of Arizona on a volleyball scholarship. Whitney graduated in 2010 with a degree in Family Studies, after college she went on to play professionally in Puerto Rico, Switzerland, Korea, Azerbaijan, and Turkey. While Whitney was playing in Turkey she suffered an ankle injury that put a halt on her volleyball career. Whitney attended School of Style in New York City and graduated from the program in 2014. Soon after Whitney began working on projects as a style intern to Kate Mossman and April Hughes. After her ankle injury Whitney relocated back to Tucson. Around this time she began pursuing her fashion dreams of making specialized clothing for women more accessible. Wavelength Swimwear was born from Whitney constantly coming up short while on the hunt to find stylish one piece swimwear that fit her long build.
Whitney has set out on this journey of bringing longer swimwear to the market over two year ago. Whitney has been a student at Pima Community College and studied Fashion and Design. Whitney is also a member of the USA Women Sitting Volleyball Team and runs her own fashion blog www.onwyattstyle.com.