As Woody Allen's latest film 'Cafe Society' looks set to be the most-talked-about film of this year's Cannes Film Festival, take a look back at the most stylish moments from past Allen films.
Meryl Streep in 'Manhattan'
Shirts, midi skirts, serious hair goals. Streep in Allen's 1979 film 'Manhattan' was everything we want to be.
Cate Blanchett in 'Blue Jasmine'
With a wardrobe rich in Chanel jackets and Hermes Birkin bags, Cate Blanchett's Oscar-winning performance as the titular character in 2013 film 'Blue Jasmine' wasn't the films only draw. Blanchett plays an Upper East Side socialite whose life begins to unravel as her husband's illegal buisness philanderings surface, and as she unravels, so do her perfectly-pressed clothes. Story-tellin through clothes at its finest.
Diane Keaton in 'Annie Hall'
If there's one Woody Allen film that really made its mark on the history of style, it's 'Annie Hall'. Diane Keaton's Annie has become an icon for androgynous dressing in her masculine slacks, men's shorts, waistcoat and tie.
All the 1920s scenes in 'Midnight in Paris'
As protagonist Gil (Owen Wilson) is transported back to the magic 1920s Paris, it's the era's fashions that steal the scenes. Original, beaded flapper dresses, finger-wave hair and elbow-lenth gloves aplenty.
Penelope Cruz in 'Vicky Cristina Barcelona'
As the passionate ex-wife of Javier Bardem's Juan Antonio, Penelope Cruz as Maria Elena is every inch the siren. Bed-head, kohl-lined eyes and an arty, boho wardrobe.
Blake Lively in 'Cafe Society'
It's not even hit cinemas yet but 'Cafe Society' looks set to be one of Allen's most stylish film yet as it opens the 2016 Cannes Film Festival. Set in 1930s Hollywood, Blake Lively plays Kat in sweeping silk gowns perfectly embodying the silver screen starlets of the era.