Diane Keaton wears white socks in an eclectic red carpet outfit

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NEW YORK, NY - DECEMBER 02: Mary Alice Stephenson attends L'Oreal Paris' Ninth Annual Women of Worth Awards at The Pierre Hotel on December 2, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by D Dipasupil/FilmMagic)
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Paging Annie Hall!

Diane Keaton has been a style icon since pioneering the menswear-look for women in during her stint in Woody Allen's hit film, and now the style maven is back at it.

The 68-year-old actress stepped out on Tuesday at the L'Oreal Paris' Ninth Annual Women Of Worth Celebration in New York City with some seriously unorthodox footwear.

Keaton rocked a pair of classic black pumps, but she paired them with a set of white ankle socks. She finished off her eclectic look with a black-and-white checked jacket and a long leather skirt.

The actress is known for her unique style, but the socks seemed particularly out of the place next to fellow attendees Julianne Moore, Aimee Mullins, Eva Longoria and Blake Lively.

Moore stunned in a high-necked, sleeveless dress that fell to the floor, but it was Lively who stole the show by toting the best accessory of all -- a growing baby bump. The "Gossip Girl" star dared to go backless with a clingy black gown. The expectant mother looked stunning with loose hair and dangling silver jewelry.

Which look was your favorite from the awards bash?

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