12 March 2015

The Story of Caramel

by Eva Karayiannis

“I believe it’s possible to create a successful business, guided by intuition, creativity and passion.”


This is how Eva describes her work, and she started it by creating children clothes, even before being a mother.

Her first workshop was in her own kitchen, from where everything starts, and in 1999 she opened her first store in London.


She immediately has great feedback for her work and in no time her business is on the road to success.
Her clothes are very particular, inspired by vintage clothing, but tied to modern styles.


Elegant but comfortable, made with great resistant material, Eva designs unique lines of clothes.


It immediately captured my attention when I stumbled into her shop in Notting Hill last year. I would have bought everything, from the clothing to the linen because her line is designed for children’s every need, from the clothing to the decorations and the house linen.


Cute but modern, definetly a style for Miss Clair!
Have a look at he website www.caramel-shop.co.uk




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