PHOTOS: KEDS KEDS KEDS

We could say "Keds are back!" but the truth is they've been back for some time.

We'd bet money that every woman has worn a pair of Keds in her lifetime. Whether your mom slipped you into the classic white lace-ups for elementary school or you donned one of the newer, more fashion-forward styles as a grown-up, Keds have been an American shoe staple for decades.

And now you can dress in Keds from head to toe: the company is launching a clothing line.

AsWomen's Wear Dailyreports, Keds is launching sportswear for the first time in it 95-year history. The line will make its debut on Black Friday exclusively at Opening Ceremony.

And what do the clothes look like? Totally punk rock, with plaid and skulls and spikes everywhere! No, just kidding. The line is typical Keds aesthetic: classic and sporty, with a touch of prep.

The collection, which will comprise about 85 styles, came together through a licensing deal with LF USA, a subsidiary of the Hong Kong-based Li & Fung Ltd.

Keds, which oncecontroversially claimed to be "the original sneaker,"will offer t-shirts, sweaters, pants, skirts, dresses and jackets at retail prices from $48 to $400.

Head over toWWDto see a previewof the clothes from the new Keds line (we've given you one sneak peek below!), and check out our slideshow of some iconic Keds moments from (er, recent) history.

Nikki Reed in "Thirteen"

Mandy Moore in "A Walk To Remember"

Zooey Deschanel in "(500) Days of Summer"

Kristen Stewart in "Twilight: Eclipse"

Kristen Stewart in "Twilight: New Moon"

in "The Breakfast Club"

Molly Sims

Mischa Barton, former Keds spokesperson

This article originally appeared on HuffPost.