In collaboration with streetwear designer Liam Hodges, Domino's is making 'staying in-wear' the next big fashion trend

Domino's is delivering something extra special—and this time, it isn't pizza. The brand is releasing a limited-edition apparel collection in collaboration with luxury streetwear designer Liam Hodges, at the intersection of fashion and relaxation.

Designed specifically for a night in, the collection is serving up a capsule wardrobe intended to be worn in the comfort of home. The looks includes a selection of unisex pieces that take cues from designer streetwear. Pieces include a coat that includes pockets large enough to hold a TV remote and a sleeping bag with arm and leg holes. There's also a blanket intended to fit three people on a couch.

The collaboration is the latest marketing stunt from Domino's, which often takes a tongue-in-cheek approach to advertising. Now, with its first steps into designer streetwear, the pizza brand is hoping to prove its bona fides in the fashion world, as well as the culinary one.

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Domino's is delivering something extra special—and this time, it isn't pizza. The brand is releasing a limited-edition apparel collection in collaboration with luxury streetwear designer Liam Hodges, at the intersection of fashion and relaxation.

Designed specifically for a night in, the collection is serving up a capsule wardrobe intended to be worn in the comfort of home. The looks includes a selection of unisex pieces that take cues from designer streetwear. Pieces include a coat that includes pockets large enough to hold a TV remote and a sleeping bag with arm and leg holes. There's also a blanket intended to fit three people on a couch.