Diane Keaton pioneered a look back in the mid ?70s that stars like Janet and Angelina are still wearing. Tailored pants, collared shirts, ties are all part of this star?s very unique style history.
?Loser! How about that, the collar. That?s not attractive,? Diane says after confronted with photos of her ?Annie Hall? period.
Thirty-one years later Diane went with her signature menswear look at the 2004 Oscars and while she loved the tux, one thing didn?t quite fit like a glove.
?It looks like I have, it?s not a real hand there. It?s terrible. But I like that. I love the outfit. I don?t care what anybody says.?
Luckily she got her must have accessory the glove, right at the Golden Globes in this long white Richard Tyler coat and check out those sparkly boots.
?Look at the way I?m standing. I got to learn how to stand. This is pathetic. Oh this woman, I can?t take it,? Diane says when confronted with her old self.
Flash forward to 2007 and Diane is into big belts and big skirts for the mother/daughter comedy ?Because I Said So,? and underneath it all, a pair of comfy undies, which Diane proudly shows off in the movie.
?You know I have a completely different take on my body these days. It?s just sort of more functional,? Diane laughs.
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