MIAMI, FL – May 12, 2016 – (HISPANICIZE WIRE) – Miami’s lifestyle continues to boom and this past week wasn’t the exception. MARIA BONITA, a fashion and lifestyle house that collaborates with well-known Mexican brands and Artisans, took the Cinco de Mayo stage to launch its presence in the Sunshine State. The brand aims to offer cool, trendy, yet traditional and original handcrafted Mexican options for the every day trendsetter.

The Cinco de Mayo launch brought the spiciest flavor to its corner located within the walls of Carbon Wynwood. Guests indulged in street tacos paired with Milagro Tequila cocktails and watched local artist Michelle Brener, a photographer and illustrator complete a live “Frida” mural.

The evening’s delightful impromptu feel continued with fashion bloggers, artists, collaborators, and fashion enthusiasts previewing and snapping shots of the new collection.


MARIA BONITA is a special project founded by Mexican natives Zasil and Zamara Zepeda – “With great enthusiasm we tell a story about what Mexico is: culture, people and lifestyle” they add. The sisters, who completed their Fashion careers in Paris, Milan and London are now taking over Miami bringing a new flare to design by curating the best finds from different Mexican regions for the him, her, kids and home.

The brand introduces unique statement must haves by injecting tradition to new modernized designs. Making it the go to store for those who aim to make a bold statement with a colorful twist.

You can find MARIA BONITA’S top selections at Carbon Wynwood, (123 NW 23rd Street) located in the heart of the Arts District as well as online at