Diane Keaton, 66, graces the cover of the November issue of Ladies’ Home Journal and talks candidly about her past loves including Woody Allen and her eclectic sense of style.
Keaton has romanced, on and off-screen, some of Hollywood’s most famous leading men, including Warren Beatty, Al Pacino, and Jack Nicholson. When asked why the romances never flourished, Keaton cites her poor nurturing skills as a cause. “I needed as much as they needed and that’s not a good mix.”
As for her sense of style, Keaton has long been known and often criticized for her tomboyish fashion choices. Often seen donning male-inspired garb, including suits and ties, Keaton believes that fashion is a means to remedy flaws. She uses fashion to accentuate her best features and play down her displeasing ones.
Her fashion choices are reflective of that. As for the criticism of her sense of style, Keaton says she has confidence in her choices and has always feared being ordinary. “When you get to a certain age, you shouldn’t wear strapless gowns where everything is exposed because you look ridiculous”, she warns.
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