By  on March 6, 2013

MIAMI — Hermès hopped down to Florida for a party-filled winter weekend.

Its first order of business was orchestrating the final details for the move from Bal Harbour to a temporary store in the Miami Design District, which opened Feb. 23. Robert Chavez, president and chief executive officer of Hermès USA, said temporary spaces aren’t unusual for the brand. The 5,000-square-foot space on Northeast 40th Street joins those in Beverly Hills, Calif., and Houston, which are pending a renovation and relocation, respectively. Due December 2014 at more than double the size, Miami’s permanent, three-story flagship with a rooftop garden by RDAI is being built from the ground up a block south.

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