Dolli’s passion for culture, graffiti, and all forms of art began to blossom during her upbringing in Hartford, Connecticut. Growing up in a household with a musician and self-proclaimed artist as a father, her creativity was nurtured from a young age. As she entered her pre-teen years, Dolli discovered a love for fashion that quickly grew into dreams of a career in the fashion industry. She started sharing her fashion journey through blogging on social media platforms and gained valuable experience by interning at local boutiques and participating in local fashion shows.

Her dedication and hard work eventually paid off when she landed her first professional job as a wardrobe stylist. Dolli’s passion for fashion led her to further her education and skills by attending the Fashion Academy of Celebrity Stylist and MCM Creative Director, Misa Hylton, in New York City.

During her time in New York, Dolli had the opportunity to intern at Elle Magazine, which opened doors for her to assist in her first magazine publication. She also worked and assisted on music videos, commercials, and New York Fashion Week shows, further building her experience and network in the industry.

Dolli’s career path then took her into the world of television and film, where she worked as a production assistant. Currently, she is pursuing her career in costume designing as a member of the Theatrical Wardrobe Union Local 764 IATSE of NYC.

In addition to her professional accomplishments, Dolli is also dedicated to giving back to her community. She recently took on a role as a member of the executive committee for the NAACP of Greater Hartford, showcasing her commitment to social justice and community empowerment. She devotes her luxury time to inspiring and engaging with youth, participating in community events, and volunteering at theater stages.

Dolli’s journey is one of passion, talent, and dedication. Through her love for art, fashion, and community, she continues to make a positive impact in the industry and the lives of those around her.