Anna Maria Jagodzinska Mans Up In a Diane Keaton Inspired Vogue Paris Editorial

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There are few cinematic icons whose styles are so timeless, it doesn't matter if your mother rocked the duds before you did. Holly Golightly, Cher Horowitz and Carrie Bradshaw all come readily to mind, but none feel as—funnily enough—modern as Woody Allen's original tomboy, Annie Hall. Vogue Paris payed homage to the ladylike-lad look with a misty editorial shot by M. Jansson that transformed model Anna Maria Jagodzinska to the spunky protagonist with a few crips trousers, smart fedoras and some just-for-men staples like a pair of tighty-whities that look surprisingly sleek under a tweed jacket. Now, we know Annie and Alvy didn't end up together at the end of the film, but Diane Keaton's masculine aesthetic is so fetching that we dare say it might just be love at first sight. (The Fashion Spot)

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