05 DETAILS

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...

02 CELEBRATION

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...

TALES FROM RUSSIA | AW18 BABY AND CHILD



CELEBRATING GOOD DESIGN

Rita Konig, interior designer and journalist, explains how to create children’s bedrooms with enduring style.Can we ditch Disney? Rita Konig isn’t a fan of style pigeonholes and when it came to decorating her daughter, Margot’s bedroom, she sought the charm of a little girl’s room...

The Wardrobe Mistress | Jane McFarland’s Womenswear Picks

  Fashion Director of The Sunday Times Style magazine, Jane McFarland tells us why Caramel makes the best destination store, how we all need a shirt dress and pens an ode to jumpsuits.       Caramel is my go-to for those in-between pieces throughout...

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...

Celebrating Summer

Is there anything more life-affirming than finally being able to bask in some Vitamin D? Caramel celebrates summer with its palette of original and unflinching way with off-beat colours – this season, inspired by a 1930s film set – with its nod to faded mustard,...

Womenswear Stripes

Is there a hardier perennial than summer stripes? This season, there is a retro element to deck chair inspired clothing that recalls all the fun of a vintage seaside postcard deftly reworked into chic pyjama suiting or a 70s style A-line skirt. Contrast with blush...

Caramel Woman SS18

Exploring a texture mash-up was the starting point for Caramel Woman’s S/S18 collection where the label’s idiosyncratic use of heritage geometric prints were elegantly juxtaposed –kaleidoscopic patterns against silk checks –  to create a collection that is rich in refined utility silhouettes as it is...

Ten minutes with Eva Karayiannis

As we launch spring/ summer 18, Eva Karayiannis takes 10 minutes out to explain how she started out on her ‘Caramel’ journey and  what still thrills her every day. When and how did you decide to work in the fashion industry? Do you remember a moment...