There is one hidden Tokyo spot that Haruna Yamashita always heads to when she craves some peace, quiet and a…

As the days grow longer and the call of summer holidays grows ever louder, photographer Saar Manche explores the spareness…

Green plants. Antique woods. Shafts of sunlight. Minimal concrete. Dusty pink paintwork. Contemporary lighting. Framed prints. Vintage chairs. There are…

A stone’s throw away from the Guggeneheim and Central Park, in the heart of the Upper East side sits Caramel’s…

Housed in a building which dates back to 1908, the Caramel atelier on London’s King’s Road is a hive of…

200 years ago, the village of Brompton (as it was once known) and the site of Caramel’s first store was…

As of this month, we’re excited to announce the opening of our pop-up shop at Bicester Village. For ten weeks…

At Caramel, we’ve already started counting down the days until the great Christmas getaway. Photographer Saar Manche explores how many…

It’s hard to pin down Yuumi Tsuruya. She might be deep in paperwork in the Tokyo gallery where she works….

“Park! Park! Park!” Round-the-clock demands to immediately decamp to the nearest park (be it day or night) is a common…

It’s not hard to work out why the Ile de Ré or Europe’s version of the Hamptons remains so popular:…

The delicately-smudged lines of a bird in flight. The scarlet walls of an empty room. A fried egg surrounded by…

Read about the birthplace of Caramel’s very first store, which opened in Brompton Cross in 1999, in our neighbourhood guide….

Leafy streets. Low-rise buildings. Stylish boutiques. Laid-back cafes. Green parks. This may sound like a far cry from Tokyo, a…

  Caramel founder and creative director Eva Karayiannis, gives us a peek inside her beautiful home in Kea, and takes…

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