Olympia Le-Tan offered functional versions of vintage styles for her fall collection inspired by Hitchcock leading ladies.
What to wear to get away with murder? Olympia Le-Tan suggested cribbing from a femme fatale’s wardrobe in “Psycho,” her fall collection named after the 1960 Hitchcock movie. Prints featured shower-heads, blood stains and knives motifs from “Psycho,” and the image of the building James Stewart watches throughout “Rear Window,” courtesy of her illustrator father, Pierre. Vintage cars, murder clues and set details became embroideries.