Double Pants Diptych  



The term "Moko Jumbie" traces its roots to West Africa, where "Moko" signifies spirit or ancestral presence, and "Jumbie" is a Caribbean term for a ghost or spirit. These towering figures on stilts historically served as guardians, symbolizing protection—a theme seamlessly intertwined with the representation of my masks. 

These Moko Jumbie pants combine Carnival energy with everyday wear. They Features a detachable element for with or without stilts. Recently I’ve been exploring costume design, fashion, and cultural identity. The pants bring the spirit of masquerade to everyday life and fuses traditional and modern fashion. 

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