Fulaba represents the woman who holds herself high with honor and dignity and enjoys accentuating her beauty with jewelry and accessories inspired by the ancient Fulani tradition. The style of the Fulani earring is called bhoylé. For centuries, Fulani women wore these earrings in gold as a sign of nobility. Haby Barry, a Guinean American of Fulani descent started the Fulaba line to share this tradition with the world and set the standard providing authentic Fulani earrings and bracelets from Guinea. The Fulani people inhabit all the lands of Sub-Saharan Africa and now the globe but the highest percentage of the Fulani people is in Guinea, West Africa. Kadiatou, pictured right is Haby’s maternal grandmother, a Fulani woman who truly embodied beauty, class, style and nobility.
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