is a suffix that is used in Japanese to convey the meaning of ‘in the style of (A)’, or ‘in the fashion of (A)’. Literally, this translates to ‘in the wind of (A)’, which is just the Japanese way of expressing the former statements.
To use 風（ふう）
, attach it to the end of a noun that you want to label something as being in the ‘style’ of.
90’s style fashion is starting to gain popularity again.
I like American style food.
may also be attached to the end of 風（ふう）
, before connecting it to another noun. This will show that ‘(B) is in the style of (A)’.
I want to eat Mexican food.
Hiroshima-style okonomiyaki is the most delicious.
As a compound structure, this suffix is always pronounced ふう, never かぜ (the standard reading of 風（かぜ）).