Designers and big brands started to put their signature on different locations around the world, opening cafeterias, restaurants and clubs.
Prada, Milan – Bar Luce
The location has a Hollywood movie star vibe because the restaurant was a collaboration between Prada and Wes Anderson.
Burberry, London – Thomas’s Café
Thomas was the founder of the famous brand, Burberry, and this café brings the vintage British times with classics like fish & chips and the afternoon tea.
Ralph Lauren, Paris – Ralph’s
This is the second restaurant by the brand Ralph Lauren and it’s a traditional parisiene classic, with hard to get reservations because the popularity of the brand and location.
DSquared2, Milan – Ceresio 7
The famous fashion duo designed and opened the restaurant on the top floor of DSQUARED2 headquarters in Milan. The place is inspired by the 1930s style, art and culture, and it features rooftop pools with a summer veranda. People serve there the traditional Italian cuisine.
Chanel, Tokyo – Beige
The restaurant where people can taste French cuisine served with Japanese ingredients, is situated on the top floor of the CHANEL Ginza building in Tokyo. The place is sophisticated, modern and features Chanel’s soft colour palette, including beige.
Ralph Lauren, New York – Ralph’s Coffee
If I would have known that this place is located on the second floor of the Polo Ralph Lauren store on Fifth Avenue, I would have visited it. The cafeteria looks like a vintage American Polo environment, just like the store, and it has library/bookshop accents like a typical Polo store.
Versace, Gold Coast, Australia – Palazzo Versace
This is the glamorous place where celebrities come and enjoy lagoon views and the sophisticated Italian interiors. Other than being crowded with celebrities, the hotel’s restaurant won many awards.
Roberto Cavalli, Milan – Just Cavalli
The place is like a temple made for the Italian designer, and it’s located in at the foot of Parco Sempione’s Torre Branca, the panoramic tower from Milan. Customers enjoy the oriental fabrics inspired by his creations, rich furs draped over chairs and couches, gold bowls on tables and animal-print cushions.
Many celebrities party there and enjoy the Roberto Cavalli vodka, wine from his family’s winery and the Italian cuisine.