Fashion trends, like most good things, are cyclical, and this season the ‘80s are making a major comeback. From graphic T-shirts to Triple F.A.T. Goose, the decade of shoulder pads and mountainous hair is poised to soak in the limelight thanks to Olympia Le-Tan’s fall collection, which features the ever popular artwork of Keith Haring.  

Le-Tan, inspired by her love for Haring’s work, selects a series of pieces and transforms them into fashionable, and more importantly wearable, accessories. Every Le-Tan collection features a bag that is inspired by a book cover, and her latest offering, which she calls Framed, reinterprets Haring’s 1989 Paris Review piece. Also included is Nina’s Book of Little Things, a 1988 gift from Haring to artist and friend Robert Clemente’s daughter for her seventh birthday.

Quintessential it-girl Chloë Sevigny posed for the collection, photographed by London-based director and photographer Oliver Hadlee Pearch. “I feel like she would definitely have been hanging out with Keith Haring had they been from the same generation,” Le-Tan told Vogue.

The collection is available online to ogle at