Much has been written about Diane Keaton's menswear-inspired look in the Woody Allen classic "Annie Hall." I was thinking about this movie the other day and remembering how absolutely hilarious I thought it was when I finally saw it in dorm room one late night and howled with laughter. It remains one of my favorite cinematic experiences of all time and it is still unsurpassed as the gold standard for romantic comedies.
While it captures perfectly the New York City of the 1970s, Woody would look right at home in the Williamsburg, Brooklyn of 2013. Woody had a classic urban, preppy intellectual look that still works.