L.A. Label Petals & Peacocks and Pink's Hot Dogs Cook Up a Logo-Happy Fashion Collab

And it drops at Dolls Kill and online this weekend.

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Here's something to fulfill food lovers' fashion fantasies. Fresh off hosting M Missoni's fall/winter 2020 runway show, iconic Hollywood landmark Pink's Hot Dogs — known for drawing Supreme-like lines for its famed chili dogs and celebrity-inspired fare — has cooked up a cool collab with L.A. streetwear brand Petals & Peacocks.

Set to drop this weekend, the 13-piece unisex capsule offers hoodie and sweatpant sets, long sleeves, airbrushed tees, vacation shirts, bucket hats, socks, and bags. Everything's priced under $100, while sizing runs from S to 2XL.

Of working with the family-owned institution, Petals & Peacocks founder Ryan Mante explains in a statement: "Through our conversations, we decided that we didn't want to go too far out of the realm of design and maintain the legacy by utilizing classic logos over the years that the company is identified with."

Founded by Betty and Paul Pink in 1939, the historical L.A. roadside stop on La Brea started as a rolling cart and has since been immortalized in films and television shows, including Mulholland Drive, Hell's Kitchen, Entourage, and many others. Their son and daughter, Richard and Beverly, now run the business.

Into it? Get a taste of the full line and scroll through the gallery above. The collection will be available in-store at Dolls Kill's Fairfax Avenue boutique starting Saturday, March 14 and online at dollskill.com and petalsandpeacocks.com at noon on Sunday, March 15 — no waiting in line needed.

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