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Women of the African Diaspora Photo Shoot in Paris

We wrapped up part three of the series for the Women of the African Diaspora coffee table book this past September in Paris, France. Diaraye Barry, the current face of Fulaba directed the shoot, which took place at the Louis Vuitton Foundation museum, Jardin d’Acclimatation, quartier Passy and the pont de Bir-Hakeim. This shoot featured […]

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Alicia Keys Rocks Fulaba Gold Dipped Fulani Earrings

We are so honored that Alicia Keys chose to wear Fulaba gold dipped Fulani earrings in commemoration of the anniversary of her second album, “Diary of Alicia Keys.” Absolutely beautiful! We love and appreciate the purple lit background too!!💜💜✨✨ Our gold dipped Fulani earrings consist of hammered copper that is twisted with heat and plated in […]

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Women of the African Diaspora Photo Shoot in Oakland

As part of the women of the African diaspora coffee table book project Haby Barry, Founder of Fulaba and collaborator, Diaraye Barry started in Guinea; Haby directed a shoot in Oakland, CA. We were delighted to have the opportunity to feature Suakoko Betty clothing, a chic modern line of women’s wear featuring ankara prints imagined […]

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The Royalty of Wakanda and its Various Tribal References

The Black Panther film’s representation of Wakanda is beautiful, striking, diverse and real. The plethora of tribal references permeates throughout the film. Although, Wakanda itself is a fictitious nation and kingdom, the cultural references it showcases are not. We noticed the wise elder lady in the beginning of the film wearing traditional Fulani earrings with […]

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Guinean Independence Day

Today, October 2nd marks the 59th anniversary since Guinea’s independence from France, its former colonial power. The president that day October 2, 1958 was SĂ©kou TourĂ© who famously said “We prefer poverty in liberty than riches in slavery.” Guinea was one of the early nations to proclaim its independence following Ghana in March 1957. The people of […]

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