Whether you love it or loathe it, the evolution of a luxury sector in the cannabis market was inevitable as soon as recreational marijuana was first legalized. Five years later, the high end of this new industry is making cannabis look better than ever and shifting the stigma away from its historically negative image. Also contributing to the cause are notable fashion houses, beloved indie brands and fine jewelry designers, many of which are incorporating the iconic pot leaf symbol into their latest lines. From a sleek dabbing device to a gorgeous organically grown gift set to a $40,000 bejeweled vaporizer necklace, here are 18 of the most exclusive and opulent cannabis accoutrements to wow the enthusiast on your list this year.
For a cannabis brand that’s been coined the Hermès of Marijuana, it makes perfect sense that there’s an official collaboration with a jewelry designer to create bespoke, bejeweled cases to wear Beboe’s rose gold vaporizer pen around your neck. Both based in Los Angeles, Beboe enlisted Daniela Villegas to dream up designs for a solid 18-karat gold piece embellished with precious stones and inspired by nature. Available by special order only.
The Tree Trunk, $2,250
As one of the 8 luxury Canadian cannabis brands to know about, this British Columbia-based company’s namesake is a storage solution described as just the beginning of Tree Trunk’s creative vision.
Handmade in a third-generation family wood shop, the solid black walnut case will keep cannabis flower fresh in airtight ultraviolet glass jars under secure lock and key while an exterior USB charging port powers exterior and interior LED lights. Available exclusively in the United States at the Higher Standards flagship store at Chelsea Market in New York City.
This set of two porcelain ashtrays is adorned with the Hermès classic Cheval D’Orient print featuring Persian horses and inspired by the Silk Road caravans. A velvet goatskin base keeps it in place on any surface and at three inches long, it’s the perfect size to put one at each end of your cannabis-friendly holiday dinner table.
Canndescent Five, $299
Since Harvard MBA and lifelong entrepreneur Adrian Sedlin came out of retirement for cannabis in 2016, his company has emerged as a model purveyor of prestigious pot with high-quality flower that speaks for itself. Known for proprietary strains paired to a desired effect (Calm, Connect, Cruise, Create, and Charge), Canndescent’s pretty packaging is made for gift-giving through its limited edition, numbered box set, which also includes branded hemp wick, rolling papers, and matches. Available in California dispensaries only.
Unveiled at The Drop event in June at Barneys New York‘s Beverly Hills flagship store, Carole Shashona created her Black Diamond Cannabis Collection as a “dedicated effort to raise awareness about the positive benefits of marijuana and to break mainstream stereotypes.” This silver-based pair of earrings is encrusted with close to two carats of black diamonds and punctuated with either a white South Sea or black Tahitian pearl.
Puffco Peak, $379.99
As the pioneer of vaporizer technology specific to concentrates, Puffco’s newest device is sleek and small enough to keep out on the coffee table or take with you on the go. With a team of experts perfecting engineering since its start in 2013, Puffco is streamlined to pack the most advanced technology in the most simple application, providing for clean, pure and potent sessions. A limited edition version in white has already sold out, but the company is restocking 200 more on its website soon.
Monogram Rogue Paq, $339.99
When a high profile, New York City-based wardrobe stylist launches a vaporizer case company, you know it’s going to complement any look. Rogue Paq was born when founder Jessica Cadmus discovered her clients were carrying their ritual accessories in vessels like old pencil cases and plastic baggies. Available in Italian or vegan leather ($239.99), each case is monogrammed by hand and has a suede interior filled with thoughtful design details like water-resistant interior pockets, scent suppression technology and plenty of space to organize your stash in style.
Limited Edition Fuchsia PAX3, $249.99
The latest handheld device from PAX Labs works with both flower and concentrates and has more than 60 temperature settings, an extended battery life and improved custom control through its Bluetooth functionality and mobile app. The trailblazing vaporizer company, which was founded in 2007, is releasing a limited edition run in fuchsia just for the festive season, which will be available starting on December 10, 2018.
This Beverly Hills-based jewelry designer has been creating gorgeous ganja-inspired pieces for her #JAtribe long before legalization made it in vogue. Jacquie Aiche’s entire line is covetable, but her Sweet Leaf stamp looks best on a vintage stainless steel, 10-diamond baguette Rolex. Available by special order only.
We Are Leone Kimono, $970
When sister duo Tallulah and Ruby Rufus Isaacs relocated their worldly, whimsical fashion label back to Los Angeles after almost a decade of living in Europe, they were so inspired by legalization that they decided to incorporate the marijuana plant into their Spring Summer 2018 collection. It’s back again for the Pre-Spring 2019 season ahead in silk charmeuse — We Are Leone‘s favorite fabric — this time in a classic black and emerald print across a variety of pieces.
Phoenician Elite Series, $1,500
The gold standard of medical grade grinders launched a 24-karat gold plated version of its four-piece design in 2014 with the intention of creating “the most expensive grinder in the world” — a title Phoenician Engineering still holds. The Elite Series editions are each made to order (plan for at least one week of lead time) and includes a built-in ashtray and compartment for rolling papers.
Whether it’s used for stashing your actual cannabis supplies or just as a cheeky cookie jar on the kitchen counter, this Delft-inspired porcelain pot with a third-eye mindscape is stamped with “WEED” on one side and “HASH” on the other. Enhanced with real sparkly gold, additional sizes and substances are also available to create a totally trippy set of four.
Grav Labs Menorah, $399
The Austin-based authority on scientific glass first introduced its eight-bowl bubbler in 2016, releasing a limited edition run for every Chanukah since. A special Festival of Lights session can’t get more communal or celebratory than with this masterpiece, so do as Adam Sandler says and “… drink your gin and tonicah … And smoke your marijuanikah … If you really, really wannakah … Have a happy, happy, happy, happy Chanukah … Happy Chanukah!”
This chic, petite lighter, available in black nickel, gold or silver, measures at three inches long with a cotton wick that’s compatible with Zippo or Zippo-style fluid. Find it at one of our favorite online head shops, where you can also shop the Tokyo-based company’s entire rainbow of products.
From Goyard and Comme des Garçons to Fendi and Louis Vuitton, take your pick from LUXE’s Designer Collection to roll up the most fashionable of joints. Handmade in Canada, the company uses a patented, high-definition printing process to replicate the world’s most iconic logos on its limited edition, two-packs of European king size rolling papers. Thank to an organic pulp base, LUXE rolling papers are also ultra-slow burning and seal easily with the lick of a vegan glue strip.
Elder Statesman Pot Leaf Sweater, $1,715
The latest collection from one of California’s coziest labels takes tie dye to the extreme. While cashmere sweaters have become a staple, this hand-knit and hand-dyed version is limited edition and one of a kind with an embroidered black pot leaf.
As part of Moncler’s Genius project — a new launch platform “built on an unrivaled capacity for innovation and technological research, driven by unshakable faith in creativity,” most of its collection in collaboration with Palm Angels immediately sold out. Still up for grabs is this limited edition “I’m So High” skate deck , exclusively sold at the brand’s pop-up shop in New York City (106 Spring Street).
Yes, even the footwear of choice among the Palm Beach prep set in years past has gone ganja. This just-launched pot leaf embroidered pair takes the term “smoking slippers” to the next level and will be sure to spark a conversation at every holiday soirée you attend this season.