An Impeccably Tailored Approach

Amber Doyle, Owner & Menswear Designer of Against Nature Atelier

The pulse of the fashion industry has quickened in recent years, with a focus on fast production and trends. Regardless of the whims of fashion’s fads, it takes a passionate individual who is committed to craftsmanship and quality to create timeless, impeccably tailored clothing. Like Enter menswear designer Amber Doyle, who transforms the notion of typical suiting with her bespoke pieces that cater to NYC’s sharply dressed men.

Like a classic tailor from days gone by, Amber constructs clothing with the utmost concern for fit and style that caters to each individual’s taste—a hallmark of the art form. Her knowledge of high fashion, combined with an appreciation for the rock-and-roll style of the mid-’50s to mid-’70s, transforms the typical garment into a personalized statement for each client. So when Amber creates a garment for you, expect perfection—fashion-forward style from head to toe, down to the last seam.

Amber Doyle is one of a few individuals featured in the Lincoln Motor Company’s current print campaign for the all-new 2013 MKZ.

A Few Words for Proust
We asked Amber to respond to a few questions from the Proust Questionnaire.

What is your most treasured possession?
My white leather motorcycle jacket. When I bought it my boyfriend at the time bought a matching one and we wore them on our first trip to England together, so not only is it very stylish, but I have fond memories associated with it.

What do you consider your greatest achievement?

I’m a part-owner of two shops in Manhattan, and I’m only 26. I opened my first store two days after my 23rd birthday. I’m very proud of that.

What is your favorite journey?
A friend and I visited the South of France and rode motorcycles in the Pyrenees Mountains.

What do you value most in your friends?
Creativity.

What is the quality you most admire in a man?
Utter devotion to me.

If you were to die and come back as a person or an animal, what do you think it would be?
A phoenix.

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