Marylebone Pop Up

Caramel is thrilled to announce the opening of its pop up store in Marylebone Lane, moments away from the bustle of Bond Street and Oxford street, and the boutiques of Chiltern street and Marylebone high street.

Here, Caramel’s full range of womenswear, childrenswear and homewares will be available to buy until September. Pop down to Caramel’s world to explore its unflinching way with colour, nod to graphic prints and predilection for relaxed silhouettes.


Why we love Marylebone

Who isn’t seduced by the charms of Marylebone? A stroll away from two parks and its intoxicating combination of the medical, intellectual and epicurean. It’s also the chance to enjoy the sort of shopping – small boutiques which allow you to revel in an unrivalled sense of discovery- which is sadly dying out.


Browse the best travel writing at Daunt’s, listen to some of the finest musicians at Wigmore Hall, visit the Wallace collection for its galleries of French decorative arts and Old Masters. Or window shop the world’s best furniture design at the Conran store. If all of that leaves you feeling weary, refuel at the Nordic Bakery, a Scandinavian café famous for its cinnamon buns and rye bread sandwiches or the Providores, something of a Marylebone institution and famous for is New Zealand inspired sharing plates.




Looking for an assault on the senses? Head to Chiltern Firehouse for its recherché blend of style influencers and food to make you swoon; the bacon cornbread and the many hard-to-resist bar snacks are a must. Tempting Marie Antoinettish style treats to take home with you will be found at La Fromagerie, an inimitable cheese shop on Moxon street which sources the most delicious Burrata. Across the road is the award winning Rococo Chocolates. Their Roald Dahl collection of phizz-whizzing artisan bars will have adults as well as children drooling for more.


Caramel, 72 Marylebone Lane, London W1U

The pop up is open from July through to September

Open from 10am to 7pm Monday to Saturday and Sunday from 12pm until 5pm

Section: Events

Previous Next

You may also like



Welcome to Caramel’s second journal which celebrates the magic, wonder and anticipation of Christmas from around the world. First up is textiles designer and former dancer, Olya Thompson who whisks us off to a dreamy winterscape in Moscow. Few women weave an arresting combination of...


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...