Bespoke design duo Amber Doyle and Jake Mueser, of the Lower East Side’s Against Nature Atelier, offer their dapper wares for both sexes in this swank boutique. Doyle Mueser provides original, understated luxury threads in the confines of this upper-crust, Savile Row–inspired spot, complete with polished-wood fixtures and an Oriental rug. Ogle crisp ties cut from U.K.-imported cloths in hues of dazzling purple, raspberry and teal adorned with crests, antlers and crowns ($175), or one-of-a-kind silver cufflinks featuring skulls and crossbones and Fleurs de Lis (a prominent French symbol) ($250). Want to play Project Runway? Pick the pattern, color, width and style of four ties, or a combo of three ties and two pocket squares, for $700. Nab cheaper options, like popular houndstooth and striped dress socks ($25), but splurge on Doyle Mueser’s custom suits tailored to your liking (you choose the cut, color and fabric) for a worthy investment that will pay off in spades ($3,000–$5,000).
|Venue name:||Doyle Mueser||Contact:|
19 Christopher St
|Cross street:||between Greenwich Ave and Waverly Pl|
|Opening hours:||Tue–Sun noon–7:30pm|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C, E, B, D, F, M to W 4th St|