H&M (Stockholm, Sweden) has unveiled a pop-up store in Miami, Women’s Wear Daily reports. The store, on Meridian Avenue, is just blocks from the company’s future Lincoln Road flagship, which is expected to open this fall.
Harley-Davidson (Milwaukee) launched a flagship store in Kaoshing, Taiwan, the China Post reports. The store is operated by Taikoo Motorcycle Ltd., the brand’s exclusive importer and dealer in Taiwan.
Athleta, Gap Inc.’s (San Francisco) activewear brand, Crumbs Bake Shop (New York) and Corn & Co. (Boston) will join Boston’s Burlington Mall, the Boston Globe reports. Crumbs is known for its signature cupcakes, while Corn & Co., founded in 2010, offers a variety of flavored popcorns.
Target (Minneapolis) is announcing a new store in Holly Springs, N.C., which is set to open March 2013. The 135,000-square-foot space will include a grocery section as well as everyday essentials.
Centiva (Florence, Ala.) is announcing a $3000 Green School Innovation grant to Mason Country Middle School (Maysville, Ky.) as part of its Earth Week competition. The school was selected from among 12 entries across the country for its Wild about Water Quality project, in which students will monitor bio-indicators of an Ohio River tributary.
Amerlux (Fairfield, N.J.) received five Next Generation Luminaires Awards for products it displayed at LightFair Intl. (Las Vegas), including its Hornet line of LED luminaires.