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Diane Keaton’s style is a sewing lesson

When it comes to fashion, we have Diane Keaton to thank a lot. Over her nearly 50-year existence in the public eye, the actress has fed us a reel of looks that speak to a distinct and unwavering personal style. Not once was there a moment of weakness in the form of a glitzy dress. Age has only fortified and emboldened his style choices; who have always bet a lot on daring cuts, exaggerated shapes, theatrical details and like all good wardrobes, a good dose of Comme des Garçons.

We’ve also seen flickers of this in her on-screen wardrobe. It would be a crime to ignore the cultural impact of Annie Hall. Especially since waistcoats and big ties are on the rise. And where would we be without Erica’s cozy style touches in something must give? Without a coastal grandmother, that’s for sure. Her love of neutral tones, like beige and monochrome, shone through in the turtlenecks and blazers she wore The First Women’s Club. For future reference, Diane Keaton is proof that sex can be embodied in a suit, just as much as it can be in a tight dress. She’s never been one to shy away from a trilby or a good bowler hat, and for both of those reasons, she has our respect.

Today, it is wide jeans and balloon skirts that she favors. And to this day, suits are his daily bread. We have to hand it to the woman, she really understands. Below, find Diane Keaton’s best style moments, which pair well with her own Keaton wine.

Photographed by Norman Seeff in 1975.

At the 49th Oscars in 1976.

Photographed by James Hamilton in 1977.

Ignore the man next to her. Here she is around 1977 after the shooting Anne Hall.

On the set of Annie Hall (1977).

On the set of Interiors (1978).

At the 50th Oscars in 1978.

Shopping record in a full 70s outfit.

Convince us to pick up the black turtleneck.

Photographed by Erin Combs during press for Baby boom in Toronto in 1987.

With Al Pacino for the sea ​​of ​​love premiered in New York in 1989.

Champion of broad-shouldered jackets even in 1990.

At a Los Angeles screening of Fallen Champ: The Untold Story of Mike Tyson in 1992.

Alongside Andie Macdowell at the Cannes Film Festival in 1995

During The First Women’s Club (1996).

Alongside Steve Martin at the Oscars in 1997.

The picture of something must give (2003) behind TikTok’s coastal grandmother trend.

Best Dressed at the 2004 Oscars.

Wearing Ralph Lauren to the 2014 Golden Globes.

Proof that she continues to be an icon.

The perfect place to end things.

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