The empty center storefront on the first floor of Westfield Montgomery Mall finally has a new tenant: Kiehl’s is set to move in this winter, offering a full line of skincare products for men and women. Coincidentally (or maybe not), the French skincare company L’Occitane En Provence has chosen this time to close its Montgomery Mall store for a month-long facelift. And while the openings of Lululemon and True Religion grabbed all the attention at the mall these past few weeks, two smaller shops also quietly joined the lineup: Specs New York sells designer sunglasses (first floor next to the future Kiehl’s space) and Allure sells formal dresses (second floor near Macy’s Home).