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Emanuele Muratore. Picture: The West Australian/Ian Munro

Hot on the heels of Antipodium's announcement of its first pop-up shop comes news that coffee aficionados can enjoy a cuppa while checking out the fashion.

Ristretto Coffee Roasters has teamed up with the Antipodium Pop Shop, which will be open until December 17 at Claremont Quarter.

The pop-up store celebrated its presence in Perth with an invitation-only launch in the Claremont shopping district last night.

British-based Antipodium was created in 2006 by Cottesloe-raised Ashe Peacock and Queensland-raised Geoffrey J. Finch, and has become a key player in London's fashion circles.

Ristretto director Emanuele Muratore was thrilled to be part of the pop-up concept.

"Ristretto Coffee Roasters will be providing a coffee service throughout plus retail coffee beans and coffee gear," said Mr Muratore, who heads to Brazil in January to "participate and help judge" the national coffee awards.

The coffee expert said a free "coffee talk" would be held at 11am on Saturday, December 14.