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Bringing a dose of maximalism to Miami, Fendi Caffè has opened the doors to its pop-up cafe, revealing a bright yellow interior that’s wrapped in pattern.

Located in the city’s Design District, the space is fresh from a total renovation – which has seen almost every surface, windows included, painted in sunny-coloured stripes. They extend onto the building’s exterior, where they clash joyously with the cafe’s collection of potted palms.

If that wasn’t enough pattern, Fendi has also covered stools and tables in an equally psychedelic print made up of multi-coloured Fs – taken from the 1970s-inspired capsule collection created for the brand by artist Sarah Coleman. Stone floors and simple globe light – also stamped with the Fendi F – help the interiors from becoming overwhelming.

As you’d expect from the Italian brand, there’s plenty of coffee on offer, alongside tea, juice, sandwiches and pastries. Fendi Caffè is open until July 5.

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