Here Are 10 Cafés Every Fashion Lover Needs to Visit

From Café Kitsuné to Tiffany & Co.’s Blue Box Cafe.

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Some people live to dress, while others live to eat. Then there are also those who love fashion as much as they are passionate about food. Over the past couple of years, we’ve seen a surge of cafés opened by fashion brands and retailers across the world, feeding style enthusiasts with bites and drinks that look as couture-esque as can be. No complaints here, because who doesn’t love a picture-perfect Instagram of a coffee dusted with the Dior house logo, or a piece of cake shaped like the iconic Tiffany & Co. blue box?

From Milan and New York City, to Tokyo and Seoul, we’ve rounded up some of the best cafés every fashion fanatic should visit during their next vacation. Read on to learn about eateries affiliated with Aimé Leon Dore, Vivienne WestwoodMaison Kitsuné and more.

Café Leon Dore

Opened in February 2019, Café Leon Dore is an extension of cult-loved streetwear label Aimé Leon Dore. The coffee shop is located within the brand’s New York City flagship store, and features outdoor seating perfect for people-watching. Get yourself a cup of Americano and some pastries when you drop by the shop to check out its latest offering.

Address: 214 Mulberry St, New York, NY 10012, USA

Vivienne Westwood Café


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Those who count themselves fans of Vivienne Westwood should pay a visit to the brand’s very own café. Located in the trendy Causeway Bay area in Hong Kong, the eatery offers a menu of afternoon tea sets, as well as photo-worthy coffee and cakes adorned with the brand’s famous logo. The tableware, of course, is covered in the designer’s signature tartan pattern. The café also has a location in Taipei, Taiwan.

Address: Shop F-8, 1/F, Fashion Walk, 27-47 Paterson Street, Causeway Bay

Ralph’s Coffee


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If you’ve been keeping up with the latest fashion shows, you’ll know that Ralph Lauren has presented his Spring/Summer 2019 collection at the brand’s own café in New York City. Dubbed Ralph’s Coffee, the beautifully decorated café — designed with forest green walls and floor tiles — serves custom blends of organic coffee beans as well as a selection of pastries and desserts. In particular, its layered chocolate cake is a favorite of one of our editors.

Ralph’s Coffee also boasts two locations in Hong Kong, namely Tsim Sha Tsui and a pop-up in Sha Tin.

Address: 888 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10021, USA

Bar Luce

First opened in 2015, Bar Luce is located in Milan‘s Fondazione Prada, the art and culture institution co-chaired by Prada designer Miuccia Prada and her husband Patrizio Bertelli. The picturesque space is designed by none other than filmmaker Wes Anderson. Much like the aesthetics of the director’s films — think The Grand Budapest Hotel – the café features a dreamy, pastel-filled interior and retro-inspired decor that could almost only exist in a movie. There’s even a Steve Zissou-themed pinball machine for customers’ enjoyment.

Address: Fondazione Prada Milano, Largo Isarco 2, 20139 Milano MI, Italy

Café Kitsuné


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If you ever need a short break from your shopping spree in Tokyo, head to Café Kitsuné at the Aoyama neighborhood. Run by fashion and lifestyle label Maison Kitsuné, the coffee shop offers a range of beverages, from caffeinated drinks to pink lemonades and even matcha lattes. Everything is served in cups printed with the café’s instantly recognizable branding. Check out the address of the Tokyo location below and that of its Paris storefront here. In 2018, the café opened a new branch in Seoul, South Korea as well.

Address: 3 Chome-17-1 Minamiaoyama, Tokyo 107-0062, Japan

Bar Zingaro

A frequent collaborator with fashion brands including Louis Vuitton, Uniqlo and Billionaire Boys ClubTakashi Murakami has opened his very own bar-café in Nakano, Tokyo that many might not have heard of. Dubbed Bar Zingaro, the restaurant-slash-event space is basically a playground for Murakami fans. From lattes to burgers, the Japanese artitst’s floral motif can be seen everywhere. You’ll also be able to shop exclusive goods like flower-shaped plush toys at this location.

Address: 5 Chome-52-15 Nakano, Tokyo 164-0001, Japan

Rose Bakery at Dover Street Market London


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The next time you pop by Dover Street Market London, don’t forget to sit down for some quick bites at the Rose Bakery. Located inside the trendy select shop, the famed café is the perfect cozy spot for healthy, organic dishes, mouthwatering pastries as well as good coffee. Grab a copy of your favorite fashion magazine to read while you enjoy your meal. Take a look at the menus here.

Address: 18-22 Haymarket, London SW1Y 4DG, UK

The Blue Box Cafe

We’re no Holly Golightly but we can still enjoy some fancy afternoon tea at Tiffany’s. Opened in Fall 2017, Tiffany & Co.’s Blue Box Cafe can be found inside the jewelry brand’s New York flagship store. As expected, the interior is all decked out in the beautiful Tiffany blue shade — even the tableware and some of the dishes are painted in the same color. To visit the café, be sure to make a reservation at

Address: 727 5th Ave, New York, NY 10022, USA

Café Dior by Pierre Hermé


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Dining at Christian Dior‘s Café Dior will literally make you feel like a princess. The team at Pierre Hermé has curated a special menu for the Parisian fashion house, serving exquisite desserts like macarons, chocolates, cakes along with a selection of beverages. The first location of the café opened in Seoul back in 2015, and has since launched a second store at Tokyo’s luxury mall GINZA SIX in 2017.

Address: 5/F, House of Dior, 464 Apgujeong-ro, Cheongdam-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, South Korea

10 Corso Como Café


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Cult-favorite boutique 10 Corso Como is known not only for its amazing selection of fashion and lifestyle products, but also its relaxing courtyard café embedded in the Milan-based store. Here you’ll be able to taste masterfully prepared and beautifully plated dishes. Not to sound over-the-top, but everything served at the 10 Corso Como Café are like pieces of edible art. In addition to the Italian city, the laid-back eatery has also opened up branches in Seoul and Shanghai. Check out its menus here.

Address: Corso Como, 10, 20154 Milano MI, Italy
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