Hollywood heavyweight Diane Keaton’s singular style identity is possibly the most recognizable of her generation. With a particular penchant for millinery, boxy suits, ties, full skirts, high-waisted trousers, large cross necklaces, the style icon’s androgynous flair knows no bounds. Synonymous with her character from the 1977 film Annie Hall, Keaton’s masculine silhouettes fused with her signature feminine quirk makes for an expertly blended fashion cocktail.
Starring in some of the most pivotal films in modern day cinema, Keaton’s expansive Hollywood career is as captivating and as enduring as her supremely curated fashion sense. With tuxedos, berets, large cross necklaces, and pearls well-established as her evening-wear staples, the Academy Award winning actress has always marched to the beat of her own drum.
In celebration of the living legend’s 76th birthday, we revisit Diane Keaton’s unimaginable sartorial impact through the various stages of her career. Here, GRAZIA follows a timeline of her greatest fashion hits based on her subsequent film releases of that particular era.