The iconic style of Diane Keaton in Woody Allen’s Annie Hall has influenced fashion designers, celebrities, and everyday women since its release in 1977.
Her style was characterized by her penchant for masculine clothing such as vests, blazers, and ties. She layered all of these together to create what is known as “the Annie Hall look.”
As a huge fan of fashion, I’ve always loved menswear looks for women. Slightly androgynous and definitely unexpected, these looks at some “spice” to the fashion world.
I began to wonder what Annie Hall’s home would look like if she applied her personal clothing style to her interior decor. I think everything would be sleek and streamlined, but there’d be some slightly funky elements, too, such as a vignette of special objects or abstract photographs (for some reason, I picture her with Diane Arbus photos hanging in her living room). Her color palette would definitely be various shades of white and black throughout her entire home.