The $24.7 billion deal will build a global giant betting on bricks-and-mortar.
The deal will create the world’s leading developer and operator of flagship shopping destinations, the companies said.
The magazine will open its first brick-and-mortar store, featuring all California designers, at the mall from Nov. 27 until Jan. 2.
The interactive concept previously popped up in New York, Washington D.C. and Nashville.
The mall operator saw the real power of the pop-up with last year’s Kylie Cosmetics store in Topanga and looks to bring the same idea to Century City starting with Hèrmes.
The French contemporary brand will open a New York flagship in SoHo and a location at Westfield Century City in Los Angeles.
A product line created by the mayor’s office in conjunction with Brand Studio CAA-GBG includes 20 local brands.
Westfield’s coceo talks Westfield Century City, L.A.’s ultracompetitive retail market and right-sizing a portfolio.
The company, which got its start selling neckties, continues its retail growth with its first Los Angeles area store.