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LOOK: Fendi’s pop-up cafes in Japan and London are absolutely adorable!

By JUSTINE RUTH PUNZALAN Published Dec 14, 2020 6:38 am Updated Dec 14, 2020 7:31 am

Luxury fashion house Fendi is out to tickle the fancy of fashionistas and coffee lovers alike this holiday with the launch of its charming pop-up, Fendi Caffè.

Located in the prime cafe Anniversaire in Tokyo and high-end department store Selfridges in Marylebone, London, the Fendi Caffe is as stylish as you would expect from one of Italy’s most sought-after premium brands.

Both branches showcase artistry and sophistication with their interiors inspired by the Fendi Roma 2020 holiday collection. 

Its walls and furniture are flushed in baby pink and Fendi’s signature bright yellow. The spaces were further Fendi-fied with the brand’s signature FF logo refashioned in pink and imprinted on the countertop, glassware, coasters, and table napkins. 

If you think the reception area of the Fendi Caffè in Tokyo is pretty in itself, wait till you see what's inside.
Who wouldn't want to take a selfie in a place as adorable as this?
Are they sure that it's only a pop-up? 'Cause we definitely want it on our travel bucket list!

The London branch, which is housed in The Fount Champagne bar inside Selfridges, features reupholstered bar stools parading the brand’s iconic wordmark.

Talk about premium—and fun—cafe experience.

Making the cafes more Instagrammable are their beautifully delicious cappuccinos (¥1,000 or P500) designed with FF print and served in porcelain cups embellished with Fendi’s heritage Pequin stripe. 

Coffee, but make it fashion!

Cocktails, which include the Fendi 1925, the Roman Passion, and the Fendi Cosmo, are likewise made more quirky with FF ice cubes.

Even the ice cubes are Fendi-fied.
Cocktail coupes are likewise prettified with the brand's monogram.

The fashion house tops up the fun customer experience with appetizing dishes like the Fendi Effe No. 1925 pasta by Rummo (¥2,200 or PHP925), salmon poelee with lime yogurt sauce (¥1,800 or PHP833), croissant sandwich with smoked salmon and fresh salad (¥1,700 or P786), and the Fendi special dinner course worth ¥12,000 or PHP5,555. 

The Fendi Caffè will remain open in Anniversaire, Tokyo until December 26 and in Selfridge, London until January 2021.

Photos from Anniversaire Cafe and The Official Selfridges on Instagram.