Style story : Diane Keaton.
I grew up watching Diane Keaton.
At a young age my film buff father had me watching The Godfather and Annie Hall. I have many memories of watching her and admiring her uniqueness.
There's no one quite like her.
Her style, carved out in the 70's, is still admired and imitated to this day. Her collaboration with Ralph Lauren for Annie Hall started it all. Men's suiting, waistcoats, fedora's, oversized ties worn with a "borrowed from the boy's" attitude and slightly dishevelled hair.
Diane entered Motherhood later in life at 55. Adopting daughter Dexter and then son Duke. "Motherhood has completely changed me. It's just about the most humbling experience i've ever had."
Couldn't have said it better myself.