Making an Artistic MASK on the fashion scene
ICONIC FASHION | M.T
If fashion is an art form, then fashion designers can be considered artists in every respect.
They are visionaries, able to look towards the future as well as draw upon principles from the past, reaching an expressive pinnacle of clothes and couture creations. If Anita Pasztor’s creativity were an artistic trend, it could easily be called concrete ingenuity, its forms and fabrics inspired by the most authentic observation of surrounding reality. She draws on art, people, and shades to create refined and sophisticated collections. Her innovative talent is seen in casual elements, haute couture details, and prêt-à-porter connections.
Her passion originates with her family, and her mother’s prominent textile skills. However, Anita Pasztor initially established herself as a lawyer specializing in international business law in Budapest.
Yet a constant search for a high-level creative outlet has already taken her creations to the catwalks of Cannes, Milan, and Monte-Carlo, presentations in London and New York, as well as Vogue Italia published a dress shot in Paris by the famous photographer Omi Chowdhury. It was here that her latest prêt-à-porter collection was showcased, and can be rediscovered in the precious boutiques that carry her brand, such as the iconic The Pierre Hotel Lux Boutique in New York.