Best of British

There are some things that are immutably British: Pimms, Strawberries and cream, fish and chips or deckhair 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.

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05 DETAILS

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04 LIGHT

Surely if we could cultivate a single thing in everything we do, it would be a lightness of touch. The talented designer Deborah Ehrlich once said “being light is about having a predisposition to being joyful, being light is a choice”. For this, the fourth...

03 CITIES AND LANDSCAPES

OR OUR THIRD INSTALMENT OF THE JOURNAL, WE WANTED TO EXPLORE CITIES AND LANDSCAPES, PLACES THAT UNDENIABLY EXERT AN IN UENCE ON THE QUOTIDIAN, EITHER ELEVATING THE EVERY DAY OR ENCOURAGING US TO THINK DIFFERENTLY AND EMBRACE WHATEVER IT IS THAT SURROUNDS US. FOR ARCHITECTS...