Canna Style 

After years of working for major fashion brands, New Yorker Amanda founded Canna Style as an alternative source of smoking products for girls, the gays, and the “theys” in a traditionally male dominated space. Daisies, hearts, butterflies, magic mushrooms, roses, and sweet strawberries add fun and flair to uniquely decorated glass pipes, bongs, papers and other smoking accessories. Not only do Canna Style products embrace the femme, the majority of the team are female or members of the LBGTQ community. Strong believers in equality and social justice, Canna Style has proudly donated over $15,000 to date to organizations such as the LGBT Center of New York and The Last Prisoner Project, a nonprofit dedicated to repairing the harms of the criminalization of cannabis through intervention, advocacy, and awareness. 

“I believe that the objects we use to smoke should be loved, treasured and elevate your sesh,” says Amanda. “Our mission at Canna Style is to give you products that resonate with your lifestyle, fit your personality, and bring you joy with each puff.” 


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