Strong silhouettes, an arresting colour palette and a plethora of checks and stripes are at the core of Caramel’s boy offering this season. Graphic check trousers with rolled up hems exude a rakish air, so too do rolled up sleeves on utility style shirts in grey stripe or a cornflower blue. Read more
Mustard raincoats and the softest of sky blue cashmere sweaters and street style hoodies add a jolt to olive Granddad style shirts and stripe t-shirting. For wardrobe staples that you wished came in grown up sizing, look no further.
An abundance of home grown craftsmanship, bold print and a sophisticated, idiosyncratic use of layered colours and textures make up the essence of Caramel’s boyswear offering. Find the latest styles in our burgeoning range of easy to wear, relaxed fit wardrobe staples.
Driven by intuition, creativity and passion, Caramel strives each season to design modern classics, creating an original aesthetic unique to the brand. Asides from its own stores, Caramel is a brand which is also sold through more than 100 independent retailers and in 10 stores worldwide.It was created by Eva Karayiannis, a former lawyer in 1999, a designer with a strong vision and immense passion. The label was originally conceived to challenge traditional, limited perceptions of childrenswear.
Says Eva Karayiannis, “ It seemed to me children either had to wear mass-produced clothes, or expensive glitzy items which were often impractical or anachronistic or both—none of which is what childhood is really about. From the outset, I wanted to find a modern, distinctive style, which could be individual—yet at the same time luxurious and understated. That, it seems to me, is the essence of caramel. Why shouldn’t children’s clothes be beautiful and tough-wearing at the same time? Why shouldn’t they be luxurious, but also with a refined simplicity?”
Recent openings include a store in Ukraine and Kuwait. After many years of interest and requests from customers and press, Caramel recently launched a critically acclaimed womenswear collection and a homewares collection. Read less