New York style by Maria Pashuk in Anastasia magazine
Mariia Pashuk is not only a designer

New York fashion magazine "ANASTASIA" on the example of youth clothing designer Maria Pashuk reveals the current trends in popular styles today, the article raises the question of what clothes are preferred by new Yorkers who are interested in high fashion.

The Intercontinental new York magazine about high fashion "ANASTASIA" conducted its analysis of youth women's clothing in demand today, using the example of designers from the fashion week held in new York. The first issue of the magazine analyzes not only youth fashion 2020, but also modern fashion for respectable people.

The issue contains several interviews with various designers from the last new York "Fashion Week", held in the outgoing year, 2020. In an interview with new York couturiers, the competent opinion of experts predicting new styles of clothing in 2021 was voiced.

Designer: Mariia Pashuk Photographer, Model: Anastasia Li

Designer: Mariia Pashuk Photographer
Photos: Yleb Rotkiv
Shoes Designer: Teresa Costa
Model: Anastasia Li

This article draws attention to the youth style chosen by Maria Pashuk, a fashion designer who reflects the new York style in her collections in her own way. Anastasia Li, producer and chief creative Director of the magazine, conducted a conversation with new York couturier Maria Pashuk (for a detailed interview, read the new York issue of ANASTASIA magazine»).

It is important to note that this designer, despite her Slavic origin, created a really popular new York brand, proving this by repeatedly inviting her to participate in Fashion Week. In her interview, Anastasia talked about the brand concept of this fashion designer, the difference between American and Russian fashion trends,and also found out what the new York city style is.

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Costume Designer: Mariia Pashuk
Photos: Denny Moe’s Media House
Model: LiBra Lale~na

Maria Pashuk is not just a designer, successfully represented in a number of fashion Week shows in new York, but also a fashion model and owner of her own Studio. Her brand is young, original and comfortable. It seems that Maria plays with different styles and techniques, but at the same time is convinced that real fashion is timeless. Her collections fall winter, spring summer are represented by the new calendar 2021 from the new York Intercontinental magazine "ANASTASIA" with photos on Moscow streets.

Youth clothing styles

The classification will help you understand the modern styles used by young people in new York.

Street Style — is street fashion. It is characterized by maximum comfort, so that the movement is not constrained. Such clothing should first of all give maximum self-confidence. However, despite the fact that street fashion is known for its versatility, efficiency has not been canceled.

All these criteria are used by modern young people not only in America, but this is the General principle of Street Style for girls and boys when choosing clothes of this classification. The American new York style of urban fashion incorporates a huge number of design variations due to the established cultural and multinational traditions of the peoples living on the territory of modern America.

Dress Designer Mariia Pashuk

On the picture: Mariia Pashuk
Dress Designer: Mariia Pashuk
MUA: Inna Ken’s
Photos: Tina Sokolovskaya

Therefore, when young girls living in new York form their basic wardrobe, they are forced as new Yorkers to first follow the General trend of universality accepted in society today. Since these trends tend to constantly change due to natural causes, we will return to this topic below and give excerpts from an interview with Maria Pashuk about the changes that have taken place over the past few years.

Casual — casual style. This is not a translated term casual, formed in the fashion world relatively recently. The casual style appeared in the twentieth century in Europe and was loved by modern urban fashionistas and fashionistas of many countries.

Casual style is most convenient and suitable for all-season use, because it allows you to exclude formal, as well as traditional (classic) clothing elements that indicate the place and time of their use.

Due to its principle of combining elements of clothing from different manufacturers, as well as "mixing" classics with other types of image presentation, casual allows you to betray a stylish image to any type of figure, which is a priority for most young people and girls.

Dress Designer Mariia Pashuk, Model: Anastasia Li

Dress Designer: Mariia Pashuk
Photos: Yleb Rotkiv
Shoes Designer: Teresa Costa
Model: Anastasia Li

Unlike Street Style, in the laws of the genre of which it is considered good form to observe the General stylistic design of the image, and fashion designers have every right to develop this image entirely for their collection, Casual does not accept even design restrictions.

In this regard, modern couturiers have to develop design lines that deliberately allow the inclusion of foreign, "random" details that will complement their design masterpiece. The casual style has been instilled in the business-casual image. It is designated in the fashion lexicon as business-casual and combines strict classics with light, relaxed democracy.

To date, this style has become so much in the American capital fashion that it largely dictates the rules of good taste when choosing clothes for a business meeting. In photo projects, ANASTASIA gives several successful examples of combining the youth design line of couturier Maria Pashuk with the inclusion of additional "foreign" clothing details that can complete the created image.

Thus, according to the expert Commission of the fashion magazine ANASTASIA, Maria Pashuk is the author of some designer outfits that intentionally involve additional inclusions, based on the fashion trend in the casual style.

Boho Chic — experimental style. It is difficult to call the boho style fashionable, since it is rather selected clothing items for the lifestyle. However, this style in America today, though slowly, but steadily gaining popularity.

Dress Designer Mariia Pashuk

On the picture: Mariia Pashuk
Dress Designer: Mariia Pashuk
MUA: Inna Ken’s
Photos: Tina Sokolovskaya

If we consider a purely Metropolitan fashion, then specifically for new York, this style, although present, is not quite characteristic. However, we must also mention it, because the boho philosophy allows young people to Express themselves by choosing an image that would correspond to their spiritual world.

Any ethnic group can fit the boho style, including fringe, patterned shawls, stripes, multi-layered outfits, which allows you to creatively embody your worldview in clothing. The root of the lexical origin of this style comes from the French word bohemiesns, which means Bohemians.

This word was used a century ago to refer to Gypsies and people who lead a nomadic lifestyle in Central Europe.

Modern couturiers working for high fashion in new York and holding their "nose to the wind" create a truly real "feast of the soul" for Bohemian youth who want to Express themselves as much as possible. And we can say that just high fashion often inspires a refined style of clothing that wants to join the boho style, but does not know how to competently go beyond the usual traditional clothing. The magazine interviews several successful couturiers, such as Jennifer Phelps and Deauville Reibschlager, who create new bold images that allow modern fashion Bohemians to correctly create their own unique style.

Dress Designer: Mariia Pashuk Photographer, Model: Anastasia Li

Dress Designer: Mariia Pashuk
Photos: Yleb Rotkiv
Shoes Designer: Teresa Costa
Model: Anastasia Li

There is another amazing direction, which is called the American style of clothing, which is simple, comfortable cut, lack of classic gloss and mandatory layering. Faded jeans, several t-shirts stacked on top of each other, a modest plaid shirt, sneakers that look old, and a baseball cap to complete the look. This style is very popular even among very wealthy American and non-American youth.

Watch out for the continuation.