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Meet 10 Stylish Cannabis-Friendly Shops On The Rise

By Sensi Staff
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Fleur Marché is the one-stop-shop for rigorously vetted, top-tier CBD products and brands.

Tokyo Smoke, the hip Canadian shop for the sophisticated and curious cannabis explorer, is for “those who embrace high design and alternative states of mind.”

Mister Green is a lifestyle brand and retailer that distinguishes itself through “a minimalist design sensibility and dedication to a new cultural perspective.”

Miss Grass is a brand on a mission to make the world good at weed. (We’re obsessed with the “Good at Weed” sweatpants.)

Designer Adam Lippes is a partner in the LGBTQ-owned and led Farnsworth Fine Cannabis in the Berkshires, where the luxury dispensary is stocked with vintage accessories, including an old lighter of Jack Kerouac.

House of Puff makes luxury smoking accessories for the modern woman and was founded by a former art mag editor—and we’re obsessed.

Sup reWork Sweet Nature Crewneck ($120) Vintage garments made modern with hand-drawn illustrations depicting cannabis culture makes every item in the Superette + 4ye collab a win.

Superette is a retail brand dedicated to “creating moments of delight” and making buying cannabis and accessories as enjoyable as consuming it. 

Sundae School is where cannabis meets casual streetwear collections.

Pure Beauty is like the Goop of cannabis, (at least according to W magazine).

Village Grannies in New York’s Greenwich Village is run by two grannies, hence the name. If you’re in town, you gotta check it out. Tell ’em we said hi.