Deepak Perwani Bridal Collection, Deepak Perwani latest Collection of Eid



Deepak Perwani Bridal Collection has some of the most stunning and mind-blowing gowns ever seen. Swarovski is encrusted with exquisite handwork that will make you go crazy.

Deepak Perwani was born in 1973 and is a famous Pakistani fashion designer and actor. He is a member of the Hindu Sindhi minority in Pakistan. One of Pakistan’s most well-known figures is Deepak Parwani. He is Pakistan’s most talented and famous designer. His work is notable not only in Pakistan but also around the world. Deepak Parwani has accomplished a lot, received many awards, and written for many movies and dramas. He started small and has now become one of Pakistan’s most expensive designers. But a designer whose dresses are more like an investment in your wardrobe. 

Deepak Perwani Bridal Collection

Deepak Perwani well known for his Guinness world record for creating the world’s largest kurta. At a public ceremony, this kurta, which is tall enough to be worn by someone standing at 175 feet, was unveiled. After a thorough documentation process, Guinness World Records recognized the entry. The kurta weighs 800 kilograms, is 101 feet tall, and measures 59 feet 3 inches wide. Each sleeve is more than 57 feet long. A crew of 50 professional tailors worked for 30 days to create this kurta. The kurta is constructed of a cotton mix fabric and measures 800 yards in length.

Deepak Perwani Bridal Collection, Deepak Perwani latest collection of Eid

His efforts to alleviate poverty, as well as his work with SMEDA and other organizations that he supports, have made him a national hero and an inspiration to Pakistanis at home and abroad. He’s also known for being one of the founding members of Malaysia’s Islamic fashion week and owning the world’s largest kurta, which is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records.

After discussing Deepak Perwani as a man of character and good deeds, Let’s have a look at Deepak Perwani’s expertise as a designer: Below are some pictures from Deepak Perwani latest collection of Eid

Women Wear vs Deepak Perwani Bridal Collection:

Because of Deepak Perwani‘s popularity in Pakistan and abroad, his brand has recently expanded into premium ready-to-wear clothing for women. Women’s apparel brands include the Velvet Collection, Luxury Pret, Formals, Mehndi Dresses, Bridal ensembles, and Off the Ramp.

He, as a designer, uses traditional and indigenous crafts to create classic bridal attire. To make his art, he combines contemporary designs such as Chinese themes, chevron and floral patterns, and bird motifs with ancient Indian hand embroidery techniques such as gota, sequins, Resham, pearls, zardozi, and crystals, among others.

A few of Deepak Perwani Bridal Collection articles:


A rose pink lehenga choli with zardozi, Resham, crystals, pearls, and French knot detailing. Handcrafted with kamdani, zardozi, crystals, and Resham, the coral pink Khaadi net dupatta completes the look.


A bridal gown with stunning details in gold, rose pink, and fuchsia accents. The Gresham, zardozi, crystals, pearls, and French knot work on the maysuri shirt and lehnga is extensive. They are paired with a blush pink dupatta, a gorgeous scallop, zardozi, Resham crystals, and pearls.


A classic pale pink bridal gown. The organza kalidar is hand embroidered with Resham, zardozi, and gotta and has Mughal sanghnars and small flowers. It also has borders that are hand screen printed. The stitched maisori tissue dupatta with heavily zardozi, Resham, and pearls. Coupled with a fuchsia handwoven lehenga with gotta insertions that include hand screen print, gotta embroidery, and zardozi.

Asmat Deepak Perwani Bridal Collection:

A maisori timeless kalidar from Deepak perwani bridal collection with large panels of hand screen print and intricate hand work that includes mirrors, gotta Resham, and zardozi. Worn with a drab lehenga. The heavily hand-stitched organza dupatta with sequins and pearl jam.


On this gorgeous silk Anarkali bridal dress detail with Hand block and screen print, as well as intricate handmade zardozi, gotta, Resham, and shisha embroidery. Matched with a lamè lehenga created with Resham gotta and zardozi and features handmade Mughal flowers. The dreaded mihrabs, Resham, sheesha, and zardosi stitched on the bridal organza dupatta.


A velvet lehenga with Resham, gotta, zardozi fligrie and large handcrafted flower designs. A copper handwoven cloth choli with hand embroidered designs and edging included. Coupled with a Charmeuse shawl and a chiffon dupatta. The hand screen printed shawl and embellished with gotta, sequins, and mirror work. The zardozi and pearls which extensively used on the chiffon dupatta.

 This bridal gown goes well with: 

1) a shawl with a block print

 2) Dupatta made of heavy chiffon.

Zeenat Mahal

A long peplum and lehenga with intricate handwork and a gold mesh dupatta. Peacocks and Cyprus paisley in this Deepak perwani bridal collection of lehnga’s scenic imagery. The handwork includes a cotton net red dupatta with extensive hand-worked border and Chan in zardozi gotta crystals and pearls, as well as a cotton net red dupatta with extensive hand-worked border and Chan in zardozi gotta crystals and pearls.

It goes well with:

1) a gold dupatta 

2) Dupatta in red

Nur Jahan

Full ghair panelled lehenga with Short peplum in unique white and gold colours with delicate handwork embroidery, styled with mysore organza thoroughly worked bridal shawl with pearl dangles on the scallop edges.


This heavily ornamented bridal ensemble with beautiful velvet sharara and short tunic studded with SwThis heavily ornamented bridal ensemble with beautiful velvet sharara and short tunic studded with Swarovski stones, pearls, Resham embroidery, and kora Dhaka, as well as a richly embroidered shawl. In addition, the oversized embellished Barat Velvet Shawl with kora Dhaka, embroidery, and Swarovski stones is the perfect bridal ensemble.

Gulrukh Deepak Perwani Bridal Collection

A maisori Anarkali with a plethora of pink and gold gotta insertions. The Anarkali has a lot of hand embroidery on the body and sleeves, as well as mirror, gotta, and Resham work. Paired with a mehrab JAL on the surface in gotta, Resham, applique, and zardozi, as well as an organza lehenga with a large hand, embroidered motifs and mehrab JAL on the surface in gotta, Resham, applique, and zardozi. The embellished organza dupatta with sequins and gotta all around. The dupatta also has a hand-worked gotta and zardozi border all around it.


Deepak Perwani Bridal Collection is all about breath-taking bridal wear that every bride will adore for their big day.

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