What Makes Woody Allen Movies So Great: His Stylish Leading Ladies (VIDEO)

WATCH: Every Stylish Woman From Woody Allen's Movies

Woody Allen might not be known as a fashion icon -- save for the thick-rimmed glasses, we're not channeling his rumpled style anytime soon.

But his leading ladies, on the other hand, were up to their bowler hat-covered ears in fashion. So today, as a tribute to Woody Allen's birthday (Dec. 1), we decided to take a walk down movie memory lane and celebrate the most stylish women ever worshipped by Woody and audiences worldwide.

From Diane Keaton in "Annie Hall" to Penelope Cruz in "Vicky Cristina Barcelona," the women in the video above always said it in style.

Mashup created by Eva Hill.

Bowler hats and neckties have never looked so cool:

"Play It Again, Sam" (1972)

Woody Allen & Diane Keaton

CORRECTION: This post previously identified "Annie Hall"'s release date as 1972. It was released in 1977.

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