Green Street: Fashion, Jewellery and Beauty

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About Green Street: Fashion, Jewellery and Beauty

Mani Kohli - Green StreetExplore the heritage of Green street and its most prominent businesses that were established here: Mani Kohli, an international fashion designer who opened her first store, Khubsoorat Collection in 1985, the Bhanji Gokaldas’ family who opened a jewellery store on Green Street in 1987 with their current store PureJewels run by the 3rd generation of the family and Neelam Modi who established Neelams Hair & Beauty salon in Green street over 20 years ago. 

All three businesses have paved the way and made Green street what it is today – now the number one Asian fashion destination and internationally renowned wedding destination where people come from afar for their bespoke bridal clothing, jewellery, hair and make-up. Learn more from the individuals and families that developed their businesses here on Green street, through the records below. 

Green Street: Fashion, Jewellery and Beauty's Records
104 Green Street (now based at south Woodford)

Mani Kohli set up her first fashion store, Khubsoorat Collection in Plashet Grove, off Green Street in Newham in 1985 and later moved to her flagship store on 104 Green...

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PureJewels
290-292 Green Street, E7 8LF

Jayant Raniga comes from over nine generations of jewellery makers.  His Grandfather Bhanji Gokaldas and sons Ramnik, Dinesh and Harish established east London’s first Asian owned jewellery showroom and workshop...

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Neelams Hair and Beauty
205 Green Street, E7 8LL

Neelam Modi was one of the first people to establish a hair and beauty salon on Green street. Her successful salon, Neelams Hair and Beauty has been in Green street...

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