Monday, November 12, 2012


Luxury Mexican Brand Brings Unique Fashion to the Midwest
 Top Mexican brand CUADRA celebrates the grand opening of its first store in the United States on Nov. 15 at Water Tower Place.
CUADRA is the number one manufacturer of leather goods in Mexico, with more than 20 years of experience creating original designs. Most of the production is done by hand, making each accessory unique. It manufactures boots, shoes, accessories, jackets, belts, wallets and bags for both men and women. Beginning in 2010, CUADRA added jeans and shirts to its lineup of fine products.
CUADRA began with the quest to create products that would transcend mainstream fashion by using the hallmarks of Mexican craftsmanship, first-class materials, the latest technology and the most sought-after exotic skins, including crocodile, ostrich, stingray, python and lizard. CUADRA’s production of leather goods meets the regulatory standards of The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), which monitors the preservation of endangered species around the world.
“We are excited to open our first U.S. store in Chicago,” said Edgar Carillo, director of operations for CUADRA. “This is a great opportunity for us, as I believe the U.S. will become an important market. We welcome everyone to discover our exclusive, high-quality designs and the craftsmanship for which CUADRA is known around the world.”
CUADRA is a 100 percent Mexican company, headquartered in Leon, Guanajuato with presence in over 20 countries on five continents. Its products serve as a benchmark for unique, high-quality leather products worldwide.
Under the BLOCK brand, CUADRA uses innovative design, leading-edge technology and the influence of traditional handcrafts to create and market original and differentiated products made from leather, exotic skins and other materials. CUADRA is the number one manufacturer of exotic leather goods in Mexico. Its products are sold internationally in countries like Canada, Guatemala, Colombia, Brazil, Australia, Japan, Italy, Switzerland, Norway, Spain and now in the United States. CUADRA meets the regulatory standards from The Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES). For more information, please visit

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