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Branded apparel allows these companies to circumvent legal regulations, get their names out there, become lifestyle brands and much more.
The buzzy direct-to-consumer fragrance company is dropping a limited edition 420 collection full of calming, kush-inspired aromas.
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It's off to a strong start.
She explains how she and costume designer Brenda Cooper came up with Fran Fine's signature look, and dishes on the possibility of a reboot.
Launching Wednesday, the brand has raised $3.25 million toward its mission of becoming a trusted go-to for safe, clean products in a crowded, confusing, unregulated space.
If you buy — or sell — chic weed accessories, you've got to pay it forward.
Plus, Supreme unveils its full Jean Paul Gaultier capsule.
Does the so-called "Hermès of marijuana" want to also become the Estée Lauder of it?
It was only a matter of time.
Beyond treating weed as a wellness product, these businesses are drawing increasing comparisons to fashion ones, and that's no accident.
Three just-launched online marketplaces are seeking to cure the ails of modern life via the trendy, cannabis-derived ingredient.
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Including tinctures, gummies, lip balms, masks and oils.
Plus, cannabis has secured a spot in mainstream beauty.
Panels on timely topics like sexuality and cannabis overshadowed the wacky, out-there subject matter of its inaugural event.