Wearable art for Your Inner Artist.
PonoVena originated in San Diego by a woman who found a love for making collages with fabric and creating wearable art. After only making One of a Kind art we decided to create a clothing line with the desire to help spread the conversation on sustainable fashion. The Lazy Artist collection concocts versatile clothing, constructed or adorned with deadstock fabric (textiles that have been discarded by fast fashion brands). We encourage the fearless individual that you are to join us in the evolution of a mindful age; where materials are repurposed instead of thrown away, intention redefines how beautiful clothing is portrayed, and we begin to give back to what has been taken away.
What Does PonoVena Mean?
Pono comes from the Shipibo-Conibo language meaning seam. Vena in Spanish translates to vein in Geology, a fractured rock where the growth of new crystals occur and begin to protrude in to open space. Pono is masculine and Vena is feminine, so PonoVena is the balance that we all hold as human beings.
PonoVena is a transmutation of our imagination in to reality, what is unseen in to the seen world. Alchemy in its most basic nature.
Meet the Designers
Left: Alicia Tingzon Right: Paige Russell