Renowned Designer Deepak Perwani, winner of a record six LUX style awards and 2 MTV style guru awards after consistently displaying his creative designs in Pakistan and other countries launched his exclusive Bridal studio in Clifton, Karachi with a star studded event.
Experienced models dressed up in bridal outfits walked around Deepak’s swanky atelier. The hair and make-up for the fashion presentation was done by maestro Tariq Amin.
The high-end event which was well organized by Takell, attended by who’s who of the media, showbiz, fashion and social scene including Zhalay Sarhadi,Aanoushey Aashraf, Shaneira Akram, Amir Adnan, Huma Adnan, Adnan Pardesy, Nomi Ansari and Mansha Pasha.
While talking to the media, Deepak Perwani mentioned that, “As a designer who has been working for 25 years it was high time to have a studio. Our clients are looking forward to it and I feel it’s very important to have that one on one interaction with the bridal clientele. Deepak Perwani stores across Pakistan will keep on stocking our pret and luxury lines. Our expansion plan of studio also includes a new department that will only cater to films and costume design. We have already completed over 300 outfits for Humayun Saeed and Mehwish Hayat starrer ‘Punjab Nahin Jaongi’ to begin with.”
The Deepak Perwani design house consists of four lines – the Deepak Perwani lawn, D-Philosophy by Deepak Perwani, Decadence, and the couture label Deepak Perwani. The label has its own 5 stores in Pakistan; three in Karachi, one in Lahore and one in Islamabad with 17 stocks list worldwide, which include countries like London, Dubai, Houston, Washington DC, to Hong Kong, Singapore and Toronto.
Deepak is one of the pioneers in promoting Pakistani fashion around the globe. He is the only designer to receive a standing ovation at Milan fashion week 2010 and has been awarded best International designer at Miami fashion week. Deepak Perwani, the man who is responsible for changing the face of Pakistani menswear almost 2 decades ago, has been Pakistan’s cultural ambassador to China and Malaysia. He is also the WWF Ambassador of the Earth Hour 2015.
His work for poverty alleviation along with an effortless support for SMEDA for the rural women of Pakistan and numerous charities makes him an icon in Pakistan and also an inspiration to Pakistanis living abroad.
Deepak is also mentioned in the Guinness book of world records for creating the largest kurta in the world and featured in many local and international publications for his state of the art designs.
Recently Mr Perwani was also chosen as the chairperson of Fashion Pakistan Council.