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What's the SKINNY on skinnytees?

skinnytees, the diet you wear started as a collection of tanks and tops for fun, flirty and fabulous women. Launched in 2009 by fashion industry veteran Linda Schlesinger Wagner, skinnytees was created to quell women’s most essential need and hardest fought fight… the search for the “perfect top!” The line began with just a handful of colors and one simple but perfect one size fits most camisole. Soft, seamless and fitted, skinnytees shape, flatter, and frame the body whether worn alone or layered. It stays put and keeps you covered when bending over or reaching up! With more than 120 colors and prints and over 60 styles sold worldwide including tanks, tees, bralettes, bandeaus, dresses, active-wear, leggings, and cardigans - skinnytees fits any occasion.

skinnytees is a brand for all women, all ages, all sizes, from day to night, work out to work, pregnancy to post baby and everything in between.

And that’s…..THE SKINNY!


Meet team skinnytees


Linda Schlesinger-Wagner

After more than 30 years in the apparel industry, Michigan native Linda Schlesinger-Wagner, was inspired to create a brand that filled a void she felt existed in the women's apparel industry. In 2009, skinnytees (TM) started with a single one-size-fits-most silhouette, the seamless camisole. Schlesinger-Wagner didn't stop there and quickly rolled out a complete line of essential styles that helped redefine the smoothwear industry. Through the years, skinnytees has grown, and is now firmly rooted in the belief of offering a product for all women - all sizes, all colors, and all ages. 

Prior to the launch of skinnytees, Schlesinger-Wager successfully ran several fashion brands, including Rainbow Lollipop, a high-end children's boutique, Annie's Antics, a children's knitwear collection and Annie M Designs, a women's knitwear line. Through her dedication, skinnytees was named to Corp. Magazine's Economic Bright Spot Award in 2017, Inc. Magazine's 5000 Greatest Entrepreneurs of 2017, MichBusiness's Retail Sensations of 2018, and has made numerous appearances on Good Morning America's Deals & Steals. Schlesinger-Wagner is a graduate of the Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small Businesses Program and the Edward Lowe Foundation. 
Schlesinger-Wagner is also a longtime advocate for women's and children's charities, actively working with a multitude of nonprofits such as The Ovarian Cancer Research FundSuper Saturday, and the Make-a-Wish Foundation. She has served as a Co-Chair for Jewish Vocational Services: Women to Work Program since 2017, when she was honored. She has been involved in the non-profit Pictures of Hope, where she received the Salvation Army Angel Award. She has also been a board member of the Detroit Garment Group since 2019, and is a 2021 Honoree of the Pillars of Birmingham 



David Schlesinger

With nearly two decades of experience across marketing, tech and fashion, David Schlesinger has provided marketing and growth strategies for countless businesses. At skinnytees, David has been instrumental in growing the brand into a multi-million dollar company, selling to women around the globe. From "Best In Category" placement on QVC, to vast celebrity and media exposure, David has rolled out exposure tactics that have helped make the brand a household name. 

A native of West Bloomfield, a suburb of Detroit, David graduated Michigan State University in 1994 with a bachelor’s degree in interdisciplinary studies in social sciences.  After emigrating to Los Angeles, he launched his marketing career in the local music scene doing A&R for Arista Records under Clive Davis.

Transitioning to the digital space, David helped pioneer affiliate marketing, domain speculation, white-hat email marketing, media buying and analysis. Building on expertise in brand licensing and transmedia marketing from his time in entertainment, his marketing company Corner 12, provides clients with a unique vision and creative runway.

David currently lives in Los Angeles and continues to drive the skinnytees brand toward the future with innovative and creative tech initiatives.