Earlier this month, Tokyo-based label Wacko Maria dropped a capsule collection in collaboration with cannabis culture magazine High Times. For the uninitiated, High Times is a long-running publication first released in 1974, known for being one of the first publications to advocate the legalization of cannabis, and for founding the world-renowned Cannabis Cup.
The capsule — which includes tees, shorts, tote bags, jackets, sweaters, shirts, and even bandanas — all feature Wacko Maria’s signature provocative prints, along with High Times‘ stoner trademark. And while the collection is still available on the Wacko Maria website, a few pieces from the capsule are also available via London retailer Goodhood.
We at Highsnobiety particularly love the line’s tote bags and Hawaiian shirts — some of which feature prints from archival High Times covers — but the key piece has to be the Rastafarian-inspired crewneck sweater, retailing for $490.
Browse all the pieces from the collection below, and click the link to cop a smoking hot piece.
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