The US luxury fashion brand is seeking to maximise footfall in its new Kuala Lumpur store with its Ralph’s Coffee concept, adding to its growing café portfolio across the Asia-Pacific region
The Kuala Lumpur store adds to Ralph's Coffee 10 stores across the Asia-Pacific region | Photo credit: Legend Interiors
Ralph Lauren has launched its first Ralph’s Coffee store in Malaysia as part of its new flagship retail store in Kuala Lumpur.
The café, which has opened on Level 3 of the Pavilion Kuala Lumpur shopping centre, offers restricted seating but is primarily targeting on-the-go customers within the wider retail location.
Ralph’s Coffee is supplied by Philadelphia-based coffee roasters La Colombe, with the outlet also offering a selection of teas and bakery items. Customers will also be able to purchase Ralph’s Coffee merchandise in store, including branded Ralph’s Coffee bottles, mugs and dessert plates.
US luxury fashion brand Ralph Lauren launched its Ralph’s Coffee concept in August 2014, opening on the second floor of its Polo store in New York. There are now two permanent Ralph’s Coffee locations in the US, alongside stores in London and Munich.
In the Asia-Pacific region, Ralph’s Coffee launched in Hong Kong
in July 2022 adding to six Japanese locations and three Chinese stores.
Ralph’s Coffee also operates temporary coffee trucks, kiosks and carts outside of select Ralph Lauren stores globally.
The Kuala Lumpur outlet was designed by Hong Kong design agency Legend Interiors.