PARSIPPANY — On Sunday, April 30th, Kalaaz, a store specializing in Indian Ethnic Wear, held a grand opening ribbon-cutting ceremony at 1246 Route 46 West in Parsippany.
Kalaaz is an Indian clothing store where traditional elegance meets contemporary style. Kalaaz is an effort to bring the Indian culture through our clothing in Parsippany. Kalaaz is a family-owned small business that offers a stunning range of Indian clothing that celebrates our rich cultural heritage and also caters to modern tastes.
Parsippany-Troy Hills Mayor James Barberio, along with Councilman Justin Musella, Councilman Frank Neglia, Parsippany-Troy Hills Economic Development Chairman Frank Cahill, and Dr. Bhagirath Maheta, Vice Chairman, Raj Dichpally, Secretary, and members Scott Donnelly, Adam Kandil, and Jigar Shah were all present for the ribbon-cutting ceremony at Kalaaz. Robert Peluso, President of the Parsippany Area Chamber of Commerce, and Morris County Commissioner Tayfun Selen joined the celebration.
Kalaaz’s collection includes exquisite sarees, dazzling lehenga cholis, vibrant salwar kameez sets, jewelry, and more. They pay special attention to quality and craftsmanship; the finest fabrics and handcrafted designs will make you feel like royalty. The store is a one-stop shop for all Indian clothing needs, whether for weddings, festivals, or everyday wear.
The experts are passionate about helping you find the perfect outfit that fits your personality and style. They believe that fashion and style represent more than just superficial additions to our daily lives; they represent one’s individuality. Here, one can experience the timeless beauty of Indian fashion at the store. They aim to create a home far from home for our Indian community in Parsippany.