It takes a long time to understand the delicate intricacies of design, to a dedicated few it becomes second nature. Meraj, the brain behind the brand, is best known to his colleagues in the fashion industry for his innovative style, flair and comprehensive knowledge of the art of design, colors and fabrics. His brilliant grasp of the needs of his clients has made him one of the most desired designers for wedding attires nationally and internationally. His warm personality reflects in his spell binding work. If your friends haven’t told you about him, they’re just keeping a much treasured fashion secret.
what we do
Weddings, besides being the celebration of two people pledging to love and support each other for a lifetime, two families welcoming and extending their relations, are an important social event. What makes them even more special, are the colours, the clothes, the collective unabashed display of revelry in attires. We put on our very best for weddings.
At Meraj, you find exactly that- the very best. You can plan the attire for all your wedding functions at Meraj. Think -roka anarkali, the engagement saree, wedding lehenga and a reception evening gown. We also cater to the groom’s needs. Sherwanis, Kurta Pyjamas, Blazers and Italian Suits.
We have skilled tailors and sincere consultants who only have your best interests in mind. The bride and groom have a separate consulting floor, where you can try on several outfits before you make up your mind. We also offer coordinated outfits for the couple to make a statement at the wedding. With over 25 years of experience, Meraj’s expertise is much sought not just for the happy couple, but the entire family.
What started out by Mr. Haji Sayeed-Ur-Rehman as a Saree boutique slowly became Bangalore’s most noted establishment for luxurious, conceptual bridal wear. Later, it was taken over by his son Mr. Meraj Anwar, the brain behind the now Meraj Ek Pehchaan at Commercial Street launched in 2014. Their bridal designer wear is intricate and handwoven and boasts a broad range of craft traditions anywhere between Aari pitta, Zardozi, Zari thread work, Cut Dana, and applique work.
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