Zèna is the youngest female-owned Palestinian women’s clothing store in New Jersey.

By Gabriella Dragone

PATERSON, NJ – A new store has made its way to Paterson as Mayor Andrè Sayegh and business owner Shoroq Alhussein cut the ribbon at the newest female-owned business, The Zèna Company.

Zèna provides its customers with modern modest designs ranging from casual to evening wear and is located at 1090 Main Street.

“I am so encouraged to be cutting the ribbon in one of the most bustling business districts in the City of Paterson and maybe even the State of New Jersey,” Sayegh said. “They [the company] will make sure they cater to your needs and make sure the clothes that you buy fit.”

“On behalf of the Chamber of Commerce I want to say congratulations to another vibrant business in a vibrant business district here in the City of Paterson,” Orlando Cruz, President of the Paterson Chamber of Commerce said. “This business not only helps revitalize and continue to build that consumer base here in the City of Paterson, but another business that will also serve a purpose in providing another resource to our community, a community that is very active here in South Paterson, the Palestinian community.”

The store collaborates with professional tailors to ensure a perfect fit for every individual, and its unique designs are hand-picked and made with the highest quality products.

“I want to thank my mother because I grew up in her business, and she’s been embedded in this community since I was a very young age,” Alhussein said. “She is what helped grow the passion inside of me to start my own business, and she’s currently my mentor, and she teaches me everything that I know. I’m very excited to be able to provide to you the greatest, most trendy, most modern fashion outlet.”

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