My newest imaginary friend Diane Keaton now and in college.I've always known that Diane Keaton was cool for life, I mean the lady invented the Annie Hall look. If that's not an act that deserves a lifetime membership card for the cool club, I don't know what is. But, I didn't know that Diane also loves to decoupage (ah, be still my collage loving heart!), decorate homes, take photos, and has an endless appreciation for graphic design and art involving words. How did I find all of this out? T: The New York Times Style Magazine, does a regular feature called Profile in Style and it's an intriguing look at the details of a subject's taste. This edition dissects the visual loves of Ms. Keaton who until now I simply thought of as quirky and eccentric. Now she's my new imaginary friend. Here's a look at what she likes:
Her Annie Hall look. Classic, eternal cool.
A potato masher that states its purpose.
Graphic design, including the cover of Peggy Sirota's book and a b&w blanket.
A photobook of hers (who knew?).
Re-purposed barns and doors that speak.
Cool houses on stilts and in watercolor.
And, there you have it. Diane Keaton. Cool for life.