An article “"Marijuana's New High Life” in The Los Angeles Times explains that, “Cannabis is moving into the mainstream, with fashion, films, TV and politicians acknowledging it's here to stay.”
|Both of these products were mentioned |
in the article: Lucien Pellat-Finet
designed luxury weed pieces and...
|...a Johnathan Adler Hashish Candle.|
Adam Tschorn gives a great glimpse into the pot fashion scene of the L.A lifestyle:
”At fashion-insider parties, joints are passed nearly as freely as hors d'oeuvres. Traces of the acrid smoke waft from restaurant patios, car windows and passing pedestrians on the city streets -- in broad daylight. Even the art of name-dropping in casual conversation -- once limited to celebrity sightings and designer shoe purchases -- now includes the occasional boast of recently discovered weed strains such as "Strawberry Cough" and "Purple Kush."
The trendiest of all marijuana strains.
Acknowledging the highlights of cannabis culture within an area of trend-setting leaders really reinforces my theory that whenever marijuana is seen as a positive substance in any media form, it’s a small advancement for the anti-prohibition movement.