Made by LA-based JFM, this canister is crafted from solid brass and‚ thanks to its knurled texture, can also be used to strike the matches within. The brass will change over time and with use, gaining extra charm and looking more like an antique.
The Elder Statesman is no stranger to bold patterns and playful motifs. Their 100% cashmere Hemp Leaf Jumper is adorned with the unmistakable leaf on its chest. This covetable, comfortable item is a must-have for cannabis and cashmere aficionados alike. Price is in pounds.
In a limited edition run of 50, Guy Overfelt has created near-exact replicas of Picasso’s ceramic work from the 1950s—and made them functioning bongs. This one, dubbed “Picasso,” was made in Jingdezhen in southern China—a region known for its porcelain production. Whether used as a bong, displayed as an objet d’art, or even a vase, it’s a playful take on an artwork originally made by a man notorious for having very little sense of humor.
This hand-cast and glazed porcelain vessel from Arhoj can be used as a vase, a glass, stash jar, toothbrush holder—whatever works. The bamboo green glaze is one of many variations, so, you could start your own collection and amass all 50 in Arhoj’s Tokyo Series. The jar is dishwasher safe but because of its delicateness, hand-washing is recommended.
With warmer weather, mosquitoes and other insects begin their annual annoyance, but Apothecanna’s natural spray tackles it two-fold, it both repels bugs and relieves the itching associated with bites. Made with citronella (which is a repellent and antiseptic), eucalyptus, tea tree and peppermint oils, the potion also smells lovely (citrusy and woodsy), unlike most insect repellents on the market. Best yet, it can be sprayed all over—from face to feet—and it won’t stain clothes.
Referencing a very specific character’s very specific invention from ’90s cult movie “Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion,” these Lady Fair rolling papers are functional with a side of fun. With 32 papers in each pack, these king-sized pink papers are made for legal herbal use only and offer “twice the taste in half the time, for the girl on the go.”
Handcrafted in NYC from premium leather, this limited edition leather pouch by ASCHE and Blunted Objects was designed especially for carrying cannabis—and its related accoutrements—as it comes with a detachable, magnetized scent-blocking mini pouch inside. While luxuriant and does prevent odor from escaping, it doesn’t exactly keep treasures hidden away discreetly, as there’s a nod to what’s inside the clutch via a golden leaf zipper—and an allusion through one of the brands’ names.
Socially responsible medical cannabis company Bloom Farms has partnered with Uncrate for a collaboration of epic proportions. First, there’s the striking black pen with gunmetal accents. It features an integrated ceramic heating element for clean vapor and a stainless steel enclosure. The oil is a 50/50 custom hybrid known as Calaveras—blending the creativity enhancing Jack Herer strain and the pain combatting ACDC strain. It’s refined, lab-tested and design forward.
Made with super-thin paper, Pure Beauty‘s pre-rolls are very discrete—appearing like a regular cigarette, save for the cheeky side-eye motif. Available in each of the brand’s signature strains, developed in California, each pack holds five .70g premium cannabis flower pre-rolls.
Continuing her Sweetleaf range, jewelry and apparel designer Jacquie Aiche has a line of sweatshirts and hoodies that highlight one’s affection for the greenery. Our pick is the charcoal crewneck, with a black leaf on the chest and metallic blue flowering eye on the sleeve. Available from XS to XL, they’re made in California for all genders.
It’s hard to believe that Peter Tosh’s seminal song “Legalize It” was released back in 1976, and marijuana is still a criminal offense in so many US states (not to mention all over the world). Palm Angels are echoing Tosh, and so many others, with their very simple T-shirts (available in black or yellow) that simply state “Legalize It.”
P.A.R.O.S.H.Creators of high-end apparel, P.A.R.O.S.H. also has a strong passion for reimagining vintage clothing and accessories. The Marne necklace—made in Italy from acetate and metal—is a playful take on love beads, with a little rosary influence. The colorful, mismatched beads enhance almost any outfit, and the leaf is available in green, red or (our pick) a very bright blue.
From staying up late, drinking heavily, popping melatonin, sipping chamomile tea and more—there are countless theories on how to avoid jet lag. But this Jetlag First Aid (made from avenia sativa, ginko bilboa, skullcap and more) is a plant-based formulation made to reset and refresh circadian balance. It also relaxes the body, so even if you can’t sleep, you’ll feel rested.
Embrace the psychedelic days of yesteryear with these deadstock rolling papers from Sweetflag. The vintage design, full of swirling rainbows, is from Spain—and each showcases a slightly different pattern. Measuring 1.4 inches wide, they’re ideal for all toking needs.
Made for keeping your pre-rolled joints fresh and tidy (as well as discreet) this unassuming silver keychain is essentially a lidded, hollow tube. With a gold tip, and measuring just over three inches long, it’s a sophisticated accessory for on-the-move tokers and subtle enough to keep prying eyes to a minimum.
With capsaicin, ginger and grapefruit botanical extracts paired with a substantial cannabis infusion, Apothecanna’s circulation cream warms muscles and relieves inflammation. This anti-inflammatory potion reinvigorates limbs by stimulating blood flow. With a citrus and spiced scent, it also stimulates the nose. A great product from one of our favorite brands in the sector.