When we introduced veteran model-turned stylist-turned designer Erin Wasson’s fine jewelry line, simply called Wasson Fine, we noted she takes inspiration in ocean life, industrial architecture, even spirituality. She also makes use of one of her favorite pastimes: smoking cannabis, obviously.
Though a Texas native, Wasson has always had that laidback Southern California persona down pat, especially when it comes to her manner of accessorizing. Think personal over precious. Now she’s encapsulated it in a piece of jewelry that just might be the ultimate marriage of function and fashion, giving Vetement’s Grinder necklace a run for its flower-loving money. A lengthy 32-inch chain hosts the pairing of a lighter holder and joint holder with a sliced diamond, both smooth and sleek, in 14K yellow gold, rose gold or silver, depending on how much bling you want with your on-the-go buzz. This may not be the most discreet way to tote your stash, but who cares about discretion when getting high looks this nice? Besides, this is fine jewelry, not paraphernalia.
Sold as a duo or separately and custom-made to order in Downtown LA, this arguably practical piece of jewelry runs steep: Pricing starts at $2,750.