ELEMENTS BY DIANE KEATON

A TÊTE-À-TÊTE WITH THE AWARD-WINNING ACTRESS

You’ve seen her in classic films like The Godfather and Annie Hall. Writing her own love story in Something’s Gotta Give. And plotting her revenge in The First Wives Club. Diane Keaton has graced the silver screen in countless movies that have earned her icon status. And while you can stream this leading lady into your home via your TV screen, now you keep her creative spirit as a permanent fixture of your interiors with the new Elements by Diane Keaton textile collection for S. Harris. A cast of sartorial solids and runway-ready prints comprises the line of fabrics, brought to life in monochromatic colorways that are signature to Diane and her dapper sense of style. We’re pulling back the curtain for a behind-the-scenes look at our Los Angeles photoshoot with the award-winning actress. Take a peek below and find out why textiles are her latest encore.




 

ON HER COLLABORATION WITH S. HARRIS…

“Even being a part of this is really kind of spectacular for me-this is really great material and I’m interested in that.”

Nathan Anthony partnered with S.Harris to bring the new collection photoshoot to life. Pictured here, Diane Keaton on our ROCCO CHAIR upholstered in “Mr. Goodbar” from the ELEMENTS collection.

ON HER MOTHER’S INFLUENCE…

“My mother was everything. I remember when I was young, my mother was crowned Mrs. Los Angeles. And I remember watching her on TV and thinking, ‘Ohh….I want to do that.’ So I was very influenced by my mother and what she did in that moment in her life. She was my North star.”

Photos via Pinterest, from left to right: Photo by Margaret Howell, Photo by Daniel Riera, styling by Caroline Lemblé, via Visual Optimism, Daiane Conterato photographed by Julia Hetta for the Wall Street Journal, retouched by Julia Hallengren, via iiiinspired.

ON WHAT DEFINES HOME…

“My mother and my father and my family in Southern California, in Santa Ana-that was everything. And it still is.”

by: Jesse Bratter