It’s becoming increasingly clear that cannabis has a place in wellness.
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Weed has never been more fashion-forward than it is now. In addition to all the tacky tees with cheesy stoner slogans and pot-leaf-covered pants, there’s a growing amount of subtle, stylish articles of Mary Jane-friendly clothing that you’ll actually want to wear.
Origins are the latest mainstream company to capitalize on the burgeoning cannabis beauty market by launching a new bile-green face mask that contains Cannabis Sativa seed oil from hemp.
“CBD is packed with essential fatty acids that are known to have beneficial impacts on the skin, hair, and overall body.”
CBD oil, made from a compound found in marijuana, is being widely used in natural skincare and beauty products.
The Hollywood Reporter’s guide to pot in Los Angeles reveals a smoking-hot market: "The normalization happened more quickly than expected."
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It’s just about springtime, and by now, you’ve probably emerged from your winter hibernation cave looking for a warm, sunny spot to spark up.
A burgeoning group of Northwest-based companies are giving the formally taboo topic of marijuana a makeover.
Marijuana moisturiser, sativa serum, pot perfume — the beauty industry has found its next hit.
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The booming market for legal marijuana is creating big opportunities for entrepreneurs catering to the market for alternative pot-based products, like high-end edibles and beauty products.
The intersection of marijuana and fashion at one time meant tie-dye shirts, beanies and Birkenstocks.
This is her third and final collaboration with Manolo Blahnik.
‘We Want to Smell Like Chanel, Not Cannabis:’ L.A. Woman Launches Odor-Controlled ‘Pot Purses’ - Cannabis News
LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) – A Los Angeles woman is stamping out the stench of medical marijuana with a line of odor-controlling purses.
The fashion industry has never been one to hide its infatuation with marijuana.
What was once very clearly a sub-culture is now becoming culture.
With recreational use of cannabis being legalized recently throughout many parts of the country, the trendiness of the psychoactive drug has become popular in the mainstream too, spreading to all parts of American culture — including fashion.
Because you can’t just buy everyone on your list a pound of OG Kush.
Tired of gifting your cannabis loving friends with lighters and grinders?
Welcome to the world of bespoke culinary cannabis, where fine dining’s playbook is re-imagined for the moneyed marijuana enthusiast.