There are some things that are immutably British: Pimms, Strawberries and cream, fish and chips or deckchair stripes – traditions that inspire much of what Caramel is about. Eva Karayiannis enjoys putting her unique spin on heritage wools, tweed and argyles. Or perhaps adding a punchy jolt to clothes that reference the sombre palette of dreak landscapes.

The result? Clothes which celebrate a stylish, effortless sort of dressing: coats which are rakish rather than stiff, knitwear that becomes your faded, worn in wardrobe styles and dresses which revel in a riot of stripes, off colours and a rich archive of print.