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5 Luxury Fashion Labels That Own Fancy Cafes

Bet it’ll be as yummy as the price!

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Ever wanted to have breakfast at Tiffany’s? What about sipping a fancy coffee at luxury brand, Gucci’s very own cafe Good news, it turns out that Tiffany & Co isn’t the only fashion label with a F&B line. It may be at odd to think that the people setting the latest fashion trends are also serving food fit for royalty. But let’s be real, food sells!

Here are five luxury brands with food cafes and restaurants. Bet it’ll be as yummy as the price!

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1. 1921 Gucci – Gucci

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Gucci opened their very first fine dining restaurant, 1921 Gucci, in Shanghai back in 2015. The Italian fine dining restaurant’s name “1921” actually pays tribute to the label’s year of establishment. Here, you can expect lots of pasta, risotto and Italian cheese plates. Gucci-licious!
2. Ralph’s Coffee & Bar – Ralph Lauren

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Situated at the second floor Ralph Lauren’s Polo flagship store in New York City is Ralph’s Coffee. Fashionistas, you’d want to add this into your bucket list if you’re a coffee addict too! The must tries are Ralph’s brownie” and “Ralph’s roast”.’
3. Cafe Dior by Pierre Herme – Dior

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Headed by French pastry chef and chocolatier, Pierre Herme, you know you’re getting the sweetest deal at Cafe Dior! The cafe in Seoul helped transition the luxury brand from fashion-oriented to lifestyle-driven. Macarons, anybody?
4. Blue Box Cafe – Tiffany & Co

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After 56 years since the movie Breakfast at Tiffany’s premiered, the high-end jeweller opened its very first eatery, Blue Box Cafe at its flagship store in Fifth Avenue. Serving sumptuous meals Audrey Hepburn fans can only dream of, this pretty blue cafe has meals like truffle eggs and croissants. Sets are about RM131 to RM163 — and oh for Tiffany’s sake, it’s worth to try at least once! 
5. Marchesi 1824 Bakery – Prada 

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This historic Milanese pastry shop is part-owned by Prada and the Marchesi family. The bakery was first opened in 1824, above the brand’s flagship Galleria store. Famous for its freshly-baked pastries and sugared almonds, this is a must visit by fashion icons during Milan Fashion Week.

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