Ever since her career took off in the 1970s, Diane Keaton has proven time and time again that her style isn't one to be messed with.
Over the decades, Diane has built and become renowned for a wardrobe championing unique and timeless looks—who could forget her snakeskin thigh-high boots—many of which she still wears to this day.
In our opinion, our favourite Coastal Grandmother was the pioneer of androgynous dressing, having done so in a highly publicised eye. Not only does she strictly sport neutral colours—black, white, beige and grey—her looks remain minimal, influenced by men's tailoring yet fresh with the addition of extra-wide belts, full skirts and an abundance of bowler hats.
Fashion savants first took note of her eclectic style when she starred in the 1977 film Annie Hall, and have kept a firm eye on her dedicated ode to her ensembles ever since. Now, the First Wives Club alum often wears high-end labels like Comme des Garçons and Thom Browne, with a nod to exaggerated silhouettes to justify her neutral colour preference.
So with that, what better way to appreciate her style wins than to pay homage to it all in one place? Below, 13 times Diane Keaton proved her androgynous style will never become outdated.