ISSUE 11  |  Tropicana

High Style from Mexico, via The Citizenry

March 17, 2016 9:59 AM

BY Julie Carlson

Currently coveting: the new range of handmade-in-Mexico products from The Citizenry.

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Above: The Aldama Chair is made in Mexico City by the Coyoacan Design Studio and has a copper frame with natural leather seat;  $875.

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Above:  The Aldama Chair is also available with a black steel frame for $775.

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Above: The Aldama Chair with black steel frame and black leather seat is $775.

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Above: The Estrato Oversized Bed Throw is handloomed from wool in Tianguistenco de Galeana; $395 for the queen size and $450 for a king size.

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Above: The oversize braided palm Mercado Basket with leather handles is hand-sewn by a weaving cooperative in Chilapa, Mexico; $135 (it’s also available in navy blue).


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Above: The Aldama Side Table with black steel legs and parota wood top starts at $145 for the short version (it’s also available with copper legs).