There are more designers in the fashion industry who have pro-marijuana stance in their creations. This creative creations could show in many ways. And while cannabis is slowly being legalized in the United States, more designers are coming out of the open to flaunt their marijuana designed collections.
Miley Cyrus’ Cannabis Inspired Fashion
Miley Cyrus who have recently announced quitting the weed has also announced the benefits of quitting smoking weed. But before her announcement, we’ve seen her sporting marijuana inspired fashion from bags to tanga, we’ve seen her smoking the weed too often off and on camera.
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Mara Hoffman has woven marijuana leaves on her trousers and maxi-dresses.
Alexander Wang used black-and-white weed designs in 2016 Fall mohair skirts and coats.
Jacquie Aiche, a fine jeweller based in Los Angeles has her best selling marijuana inspired “Sweet Leaf Motif” – She says it’s a symbol of freedom, happiness, and healing.
Ryley O’Byrne of Strathcona Stockings has been using marijuana prints into silky knee-high stockings.
Slowly, the fashion industry is embracing the cannabis inspired designs. It has more meaning than just an abused weed. It’s beautiful and powerful on its own. While many designers are out in the open flaunting their creativity, there are other designers who are prefer to be anonymous about their designs. They could be concerned to be linked to the nagging stoner shame, they can rest their worries knowing that cannabis infused fashion is slowly stepping into the ramp.
It may be awkward in other communities outside of the United States or the western world but cannabis marijuana is surely making its way to positive publicity. In metropolitan areas across the nation, dispensaries still develop similar to weeds. Fashion will always recognize what is taking place within our lifestyle and integrate it in all its uniqueness. Nevertheless what is interesting would be that the transformation is occurring and marijuana could be stylish.