If you feel like a a jolt of energy go and visit the new Pop-up Fendi Cafe. The Italian fashion house’s latest installation of Fendi Caffe recently opened across the street from its boutique in Miami’s Design District, and will be open until July 5. The bold design will be fore sure popular. It features a multicolor version of its signature FF logo which twists and turns on the menu, the tables and the upholstered stools and banquettes. The logo appears on the brand’s Vertigo capsule collection, created in collaboration with New York-based multidisciplinary artist Sarah Coleman, but the version used for the cafe re-imagines those designs in a psychedelic scope.
The Fendi Caffe menu includes a fusion of local fare and Italian breakfast and lunch dishes. The requisite cappuccino takes pride of place on the beverage menu, and is served with an FF logo atop the foam. An evening Aperitivo menu is also available for guests. Sweet and savory bites include special FF logo toast and paninis, as well as a variety of pastries and baked goods in special Fendi packaging.
Fendi is well known for design collaborations. Over the past two years, Fendi has produced a pink-laden collection with rapper Nicki Minaj and a striking black and white marker collection with California-based artist Joshua Vides. This time , with the interior design collaboration with an artist like Coleman. Coleman previously worked as an interior designer for architect Peter Marino, who’s designed some of the world’s best-known luxury flagship stores, and was once an artistic director for New York’s Mercer Hotel.
A unique collaboration between Silvia Venturini Fendi and New-York based visual artist Sarah Coleman, the Fendi Summer Vertigo Capsule Collection encompasses influences from 90s streetwear and outdoor vibes to 70s flair and Fendi's signature design themes.