Diane Keaton is known for her singular style that broke through first with her iconic appearance in Annie Hall and has served to inspire designers and street style in the following decades. With the return of the borrowed from the boys aesthetic at the recent runway shows, we couldn’t think of a better role model to model our ultimate mood board with androgynous appeal.
Beginning early in her career, Diane Keaton has always known how to use her eyewear as the perfect style accessory to her look. Playing with glasses shapes, Diane seamlessly swaps round, rectangular and oversized glasses and sunglasses as the final touch on her layered, menswear-inspired wardrobe.
Diane Keaton’s glasses style in the 1970′s primarily focused on round frames, often with keyhole detailing that emphasize a unisex style with feminine appeal. Her sunny day style was a mix of the continuation of the round style and oversized sunglasses.
Fearless with her wardrobe, Diane Keaton’s glasses are a great blend of glasses shapes and patterns. Thick, semi-rimeless, wayfarer, rectangular and round, Diane knows how to make a statement with her eyewear, both in film and on the red carpet.
Diane’s early style, with major inspiration from Annie Hall, continues to inform fashion today.