Decoding the DNA of Fashion.

Inspiration comes from all aspects of life. Most designer collections are inspired by the simplest of ideas. The objective of DNA Stylix is to present to you how fashion is influenced by all the areas of science and technology–NatureGeometryPhysiologyAstronomyMedicine, Wearable Tech, etc. In a sense, I want to expose the style Genome. 

Who is DNA Stylix?


Head Writer & Wardrobe Stylist is Amber Williams, CLS(ASCP).

Amber is a licensed Clinical Laboratory Scientist. She specializes in electrophoresis and hemoglobinapathy testing. Her previous experience included six years at Vanderbilt University Medical Center where she specialized in Bone Marrow and Stem Cell Transplants.

Amber began modeling while in school at Vanderbilt University. She has modeled runway for Marchesa, Monique Lhuillier, Adaem, Gustavo Cadile, NIMA, Alain Patterson Couture, Prophetik, etc. This sparked her love for fashion and along with her love of science, DNA Stylix was created in November 2012.

Amber has covered a number of runway shows and presentations for Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York like Mathieu Mirano,  Pamella Roland, ThreeASFOUR, Fashion Shenzhen, Dominic Louis, Zang Toi, Emerson, Katie Gallagher, etc. She is currently wardrobe styling musicians and models in Nashville and contributing to Nashville Lifestyles Magazine

Amber’s newest project for Fall 2014 is a partnership with the Adventure Science Center based in Nashville, TN. She will be helping teach 4th thru 8th grade girls about the importance of science and technology in the fashion industry as part of the Art2STEM program. 

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