Diane Keaton biography establishes her as a fashion pace-setter from her Academy-Award winning role as Annie Hall to her selection as the representative for Chico's clothing in 2011.
The clothing choices of this entry on our list of pretty older women are loved and hated as fashion for women over 50.
Some observers suggest that Keaton invented the masculine look by wearing vintage pants, bowler and fedora hats, and neckcloths in and outside of her role as Annie Hall.
In fact, she only tweaked female adoption of the masculine silhouette by adding a ragamuffin factor with vintage garments that appeared a bit over-sized and baggy.
Marlene Dietrich was the first Hollywood celebrity to wear pants. Katherine Hepburn also was known for her sporty, male-inspired slacks outfits.
Dietrich and Hepburn, however, wore more fitted clothing.
We can go back even further to the French writer Georges Sand (Amantine Lucile Aurore Dupin). She adopted pants in the mid-1800s so she get into the standing-room only cheaper seats for Parisian theater and concerts, available only to men.
Pants have long been a battle-ground for the sexes.
No one can deny that among pretty older women Keaton is probably the only one to have single-handedly created a fashion style.
The Annie Hall look is often described as eccentric but has been recognized as a cultural category since the film debuted in 1977.
Creating a unique look ensure that any Diane Keaton biography notice her as a trail-blazing Kali fashion archetype.
Waifish gender-bending ragamuffin is not her only style type, however.
She also projects the urban sophistication of Metis – albeit always with an effortless quality that is as much Keaton's trademark as her brilliant smile.
It may be easier for many of us to embrace a more sophisticated look as fashion for women over 50.
Keaton often appears in either black or white. It is not unusual to find a photo of her wearing a fresh white blouse – a wardrobe must that Fashion After 50 has long endorsed. She wore a white blouse in 2007 to the premier of Because I Said So, shown on this page.
Now in her 60s, single, and raising two adoptive children, Keaton's height and weight is reportedly 5'6" 127 lbs..
So far, she says she has not had any cosmetic surgery – but does not rule it out, according to a 2012 interview in AARP magazine. Her rimless glasses are a terrific way to avoid contact lenses and be always camera-ready.
During the Chico's clothing campaign, the Diane Keaton biography added battling bulimia to what the public knows about her. This dreadful illness, once confined to adolescent females, is being reported more often among mature women as we try to model ourselves after slim celebrity silhouettes.
Keaton was portrayed in The Hollywood Reporter:
"'Chico's embraces being an individual, and I love individual style,' said Keaton, who is known for a eccentric fashion sense, a mix of men’s wear influences with quirky hats, gloves and eyewear.
"'Love makes the world go ’round. And so do hats and gloves and a fabulous belt.'"
People tend to respond strongly to Keaton's trend-setting Annie Hall look. Any Kali who challenges social norms is likely to face disapproval.
For example, Celebritology writer Liz Kelly hates the Annie Hall look. There are times when she may overdo it, and it may also be true that what is cute in a young woman is less fetching in an older female.
Kelly praises Keaton for showing up in a more ordinary Metis urban sophisticate ensemble for one event.
The Fashion Police at Us Magazine online invited readers to write a snarky caption for an unflattering photo. She may not want this picture to show up in any Diane Keaton biography.
Stylist has assembled a photos that capture the changing fashions of style as a fashion Diane Keaton biography.
In summary, whether Keaton is breaking fashion rules as Kali or towing the style line as Metis, she stands out among pretty older women as an icon with unique ideas about fashion for women over 50.
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