Diane Keaton has her way of doing things.
She celebrates her own style in her own way.
I have always been a fan.
On a recent Vanity Fair cover, shot by Annie Leibovitz, Diane Keaton wore her own clothes unlike the other celebrities beside her.
Her trademark hat and polka dot scarf are signatures she often writes.
Jessica Diehl, the fashion and style director on the shoot said,
“And in the end, it was the sense of wonder Keaton’s personal style inspires that makes her cover appearance so memorable. “Sometimes, when you get somebody like that, who has taken so much time to hone her personal style, you’re almost an idiot to try and improve upon that in five and a half minutes.”
Diane Keaton has starred turning the masculine, very feminine and she can make the quirky seem genius.
Think of her tailored jackets and full skirts – her man-style suits worn with shirt and tie. The way she twists a scarf is legendary, not to mention her fedora-style hats and choice of footwear. I admire her unique view of fashion and her consistency; her style has evolved but not changed since her debut as an actress.
I don’t think it is ever successful to copy another top to toe, it is important to re-interpret the interpretation but we can “steal” elements from her style.
Diane Keaton; it would be impossible to steal your style. xv
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