For the Coach Spring 2018 runway show, creative director Stuart Vevers infused the collection with iconic Keith Haring prints, high-shine surfaces and just the right amount of New York City grit. Here’s the entire collection.

The streets were paved with glitter at Coach’s show this afternoon, with a sparkling life-size replica of a New York alleyway sitting smack bang in the middle of the runway, giving a Tinsel Town film set a run for its money. The brand has accumulated some major Hollywood players in the last few seasons, including Selena Gomez and James Franco, who is the face of Coach’s new men’s fragrance.

The real star of today’s show, though, was cut from a different cloth entirely-the late, great Keith Haring, whose graffiti-style works left an indelible mark on the downtown scene in the early ’80s. Coach’s British creative director, Stuart Vevers, has a deep personal connection with Americana, and Haring-who is the second legendary Pop artist to be celebrated this week after Warhol at Calvin-had a democratic, art-for-all approach that resonates at the core of this American leather house.

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