Deepak Perwani is one of the most demanding fashion designer in Pakistan fashion industry. Deepak Perwani introduces his latest Bridal & Groom Collection 2014. We hope you all definitely like Deepak Perwani New Bridal and Groom Wear Collection 2013.
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He wears a tattoo of Lord Ganesh on his shoulder and an Ayat-ul-Kursi in a black string around his neck. His attire is casual adn chic. Having been in the business for the last 10 years he feels he has matured as a person and also as an artist. That is the look – confident, different and full of style – which Deepak Perwani has now managed to bridge from downtown New York to downtown Karachi.
After five very exciting, yet learning, years in New York, which also included a year at the FIT, a year as a merchandiser in a sportswear line Deepak was summoned back home. His sojourn with design started when he enrolled at the Greenwich University for an MBA programme. Given the sad lack of choice in Karachi at that time, and inspired by the fresh and unpretentious style of New York’s urban youth, he began designing outfits for himself. This led inevitably to creating clothes for his friends and suddenly he was in business! “I had a definitive sense of my own style. I bought cloth from here and there randomly. Had some shirts stitched and started selling. At that time all I wanted was pocket money.”
Deepak showed his shirts to Hamid Hussain and Farid Hussain from College and this led to the shocasing of his first collection. “I gathered my friends from Greenwich and organised my 1st fashion show. I can never forget the experience. Not a single piece was sold, only a cousin bought a shalwar kamiz. I was very disheartened and dissappointed because it was a fantastic collection. It totally revived menswear in Pakistan.”
However, within a week, Deepak got a call from College informing him that every piece was sold out and they wanted more. “It was a high, I had all this money now and a heightened impetus to do even better and more.”
His next collection was based on straight-line clothing, retaining the very basic elements of style & quality, keeping in mind the increasing demand of western wear in Pakistan, which had been ignored in the past. Deepak kept his silhouttes sharp and defined with an emphasis on fabrics, cuts and a lot of detailing rather than on embellishments. “It was a long hard struggle. I was more experimental now.