Revisited: Annie Hall
Annie Hall has long been at the top of my list of films. It combines a sense of classic New York, a bonkers Woody Allen and really good clothes. For whatever reason I’ve re-visited Annie Hall several times in the past few weeks, and continually noticed the quality of the wardrobes. It then comes as no surprise that the one and only, Mr. Ralph Lauren (no secret to film fashion fame, see Redford in The Great Gatsby) was behind all the stitches. Firing on all cylinders, Annie Hall is filled with tweed, military jackets, summer whites, Paul Simon, and female neck wear; all paired with narcissism, vintage cars and a complete disdain for Los Angeles.