Fiestaziesta, manufacturer of handmade Mexican ponchos, hammocks and blankets has brought their fair-trade business from sidewalk vendor to online ecommerce boutique. The demand of their products transcends the cities local to Southern California and have an international appeal. Made by hand and with “love,” Alejandro Ramírez, the company’s founder had the vision to start the company after seeing the incredible craftsmanship in each piece. After testing the local San Diego market in street fairs and local events, the company has gone online.
“Fiesta Ziesta is committed to introducing products that are sustainable, organic and not harmful to the environment” says Ramírez. The company helps to support not only sustainable products, but also a sustainable way of life for the artisans who create the bright-colored articles. “Fiesta Ziesta” is the Spanish translation of “party nap”. This name drew inspiration from the Mayan culture as to this day, the Mayans celebrate and sleep in their hammocks.
The company sources all their handmade goods from artisans of various parts across Mexico. Here are a few samples: https://www.pinterest.com/fiestaziesta. They have worked hard on deciding which offerings to bring to market based on demand for authentic, handmade accessories. While they wholesale to several retailers across southern California, the growing demand for their hammocks, blankets and ponchos will be met with a new supply of fresh designs, just in time for the new year. Aside from offering these accessories, the company will be offering other fashionable items such as the coveted hammock bracelet among others.
To learn more about Fiesta Ziesta, visit their website at http://fiesta-ziesta.myshopify.com. They currently sell at street fairs, through select retail outlets and their website, which became an ecommerce site recently. Fiestaziesta.com is owned and operated by Fiesta Ziesta and they take all major credit cards directly on the website.
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