Lisa Folawiyo’s Jumeaux Set showcases the designer’s love of color and print. The relaxed pajama-inspired design cleverly combines clashing patterns, handcrafted using the traditional Akwete technique—an exploration of Nigeria’s heritage and history through a contemporary lens. Wear the two pieces together or mix and match with different tones and textures: the possibilities are limitless.
- Shirt with short wide sleeves, dropped shoulders and concealed front button fastening, high-waisted pants with straight legs and side pockets
- Handcrafted by the in-house team of artisans using environmentally friendly and upcycling practices, each garment takes hundreds of hours of workmanship to complete
- Each piece is made to order and may take up to 8 weeks to complete
- Made in Lagos, Nigeria, ships from Nigeria
SIZE, FIT & OPACITY
- Close-fitting silhouette
- Fits true to size
- Model is 180cm tall and wearing a size UK 8
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Nigerian designer Lisa Folawiyo’s intricate, embellished designs have extended far beyond her home country—pieces from her eponymous label have appeared on the likes of Lupita Nyong’o, Thandie Newton and Solange Knowles, as well as on the pages of some of the world’s leading publications. The designer pays homage to her love of Ankara textiles in her pieces, crafted by a team of expert local artisans who take on average up to 240 hours creating a single hand-embellished piece.