film style: ANNIE HALL

24 Apr


Woody Allen’s Annie Hall takes place in 1977 New York City, hyper-focusing on the relationship between two people with fascinating neuroses. In the film, Diane Keaton’s look is balanced by layers of masculine and feminine details, a ‘gamine tomboy’. I love Annie Hall and am obsessed with most Woody Allen movies from the late 70’s-early 80’s (and some beyond), partly because of how well he constructs New York City as a character in his films. On top of all this, I’m really feeling androgenous style, so I thought I would reconstruct some looks from Annie Hall:

anniestanding1This is probably the most iconic outfit from the film; this is from the scene after they meet at the racket club and have some hilarious inner-monologues over wine. I found some pieces that are airy enough to stand up to a New York summer, and also conversions from men’s fashion, plus some colorful wedges to modernize Annie’s look. The second outfit from the movie is pretty timeless, but I picked out some current pieces I think look cool – enjoy! Click here to check out Film Style: Warriors.

Plastic Island Tunic

Plastic Island Tunic


Ralph Lauren Chino Gauchos

Jean Paul Gaultier Woven Ankle Wrap Wedge Sandal

Gaultier Woven Ankle Wrap Wedge Sandal


Marc by Marc Jacobs Tortoiseshell Glasses

Marc by Marc Jacobs Tortoiseshell Glasses

American Apparel Sheer Scarf

American Apparel Sheer Scarf

Only Hearts Voile Shirtdress

Only Hearts Voile Shirtdress


3 Responses to “film style: ANNIE HALL”

  1. JB April 25, 2009 at 10:09 am #

    So awesome how you put these together. Love the touch of the wedges for a more updated look!

  2. smokeye May 21, 2009 at 2:43 am #

    GREAT post! love the ralph lauren gauchos.

    • lechicbatik May 22, 2009 at 10:05 am #


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