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    Variety of colors and ornaments: Ukrainian stars celebrated Vyshyvanka Day

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    Every year, on the third Thursday of May, Ukrainians celebrate a holiday that is significant for our culture. Stars of Ukrainian show business also showed their national outfits

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    Ukrainian stars celebrated Vyshyvanka Day / Photo: instagram.com/liliia.rebrik, instagram.com/alina_grosu, instagram.com/hectorjimenezbravo

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    Today, Ukrainian vyshyvanka has become popular all over the world and is increasingly appearing in the wardrobe of many celebrities. For example, Queen Letizia of Spain likes to wear blouses with Ukrainian ornaments to events.

    In honor of Vyshyvanka Day, many Ukrainian stars also demonstrated their national outfits and shared what this symbol of our people means to them.

    Lilia Rebrik

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    The host of the “Wound with Ukraine” Lilia Rebrik met Vyshyvanka Day at Chernivtsi University, it was there that they laid the foundation for a wonderful tradition – to come one day in national dress.

    Lilia Rebrik in vyshyvanka

    Lilia Rebrik in vyshyvanka

    Our genetic code, a particle of the soul of our nation, our spiritual armor is vyshyvanka. Today is her day and it seems to me that this year it has a special, sacred, super-important meaning – perhaps more than ever before, – Lilia wrote on her Instagram.

    Vladimir Ostapchuk

    TV presenter Vladimir Ostapchuk shared with his fans on Instagram a family image with his wife Christina. The presenter tried on a shirt with an unusual ornament in black, but his wife put on a linen dress with bright patterns. The photo was a pleasant reminder for the TV presenter of peacetime in Ukraine.

    Vladimir Ostapchuk and his wife Kristina

    Vladimir Ostapchuk and his wife Kristina

    Once upon a time in a peaceful life… Happy Vyshyvanka Day, – Ostapchuk signed the photo.

    Zlata Ognevich

    Singer Zlata Ognevich demonstrated to her fans how skillfully she integrates the skills of our ancestors into modern images. The performer put on an embroidered dress with jeans and boots – learned very stylishly!

    Zlata Ognevich integrated vyshyvanka into a modern look

    Zlata Ognevich integrated vyshyvanka into a modern look

    Indestructible Ukraine! City of Power of ancient ancestors. I love you with all my heart and believe that we have a future! And you believe it. All nature! – congratulated the Ukrainians ognevich, who is now in Kyiv.

    Alina Grosu

    But Alina Grosu also reincarnated as a real traditional Ukrainian girl and demonstrated a luxurious outfit. The singer managed to create an image with elements that were once worn by all the inhabitants of Ukraine.

    Alina Grosu showed off her national outfit

    Alina Grosu showed off her national outfit

    Hector Jimenez-Bravo

    Colombian-born culinary specialist Hector Jimenez-Bravo has long considered himself Ukrainian, so vyshyvanka also has a special place in his wardrobe.

    Hector Jimenez-Bravo showed off his vyshyvanka

    Hector Jimenez-Bravo showed off his vyshyvanka

    Wearing an embroidered shirt is always a holiday for me and a great responsibility. After all, the Ukrainian nation has struggled for centuries to preserve its authenticity. When I studied the history of Ukraine, I was shocked at how much blood your ancestors shed in the struggle for independence, the chef shared.

    Kamaliya

    The husband of the performer Kamaliya, Mohammad Zahoor, is from Pakistan, but together with his wife he also poses in a traditional Ukrainian vyshyvanka. Singer Kamaliya together with her family congratulated all the inhabitants of Ukraine on the holiday.

    Kamaliya, together with her husband and children, put on embroidered shirts

    Kamaliya, together with her husband and children, put on embroidered shirts

    For me, vyshyvanka is a symbol of freedom, the victory of good over evil and unshakable faith. I have a lot of embroidered shirts from different parts of Ukraine in my wardrobe. Each “drawing” carries a special individual content, Kamaliya shared.

    Natalya Mogilevskaya

    Increasingly, vyshyvanka is becoming an attribute of the daily life of Ukrainians, and performer Natalya Mogilevskaya is very happy with this trend.

    Vyshyvanka is not just a national dress, it is our history and a talisman. Once upon a time, for our ancestors, this was everyday wear, and I am very pleased that we are returning to this. Every year, more and more often you can see people in embroidered shirts just on the street for no particular reason, – Mogilevskaya said in a commentary to M1.

    Natalya Mogilevskaya is glad that Ukrainians are increasingly wearing traditional clothes

    Natalya Mogilevskaya is glad that Ukrainians are increasingly wearing traditional clothes

    Olga Tsibulskaya

    Singer Olya Tsybulskaya admitted that her great-grandmother Motria, who always wore things embroidered with her own hands, was an example for her to wear and respect vyshyvanka. As a child, Olya always wanted to wear jeans and blouses, but now she understands that vyshyvanka is “couture of the highest standard.”

    Olya Tsibulskaya celebrated Vyshyvanka Day

    Olya Tsibulskaya celebrated Vyshyvanka Day

    Vyshyvanka proves that history is not boring. In many countries, national clothes live in dusty archives, encyclopedias and museums. And we are always on trend. When you are a sexy kitty, a serious boss or a mother of many children. This is so cool! – Tsibulskaya shared with M1.

    Earlier, the site “Today” told what the symbols on the military embroidered shirt of the President of Ukraine mean.

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    Source: Segodnya

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