With increased legalization and the corresponding decrease in the stigma attached to marijuana, it only makes sense that forward-looking fashion designers would want to tap into this market.

"The marijuana industry never had room for professional design while stuck in the criminal sector," Fast Co. noted recently.

As such, stoner merch was, for decades, largely limited to cheesy t-shirts and stereotypically Rastafarian-inspired wares, but as marijuana is being legalized – or otherwise decriminalized – in various states in the U.S. (in accordance with state law, as it is still categorized as a controlled substance per federal law), an entire lifestyle movement is mounting around it.

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