Drew Barrymore’s Daytime Television Show Rekindled Her Interest in Fashion

Drew Barrymore claimed that her daytime television show of the same name has enhanced her sense of style in an interview with Page Six at New York Fashion Week.

The 47-year-old “Charlie’s Angels” actor said at the Harper’s Bazaar Icons party, “I can rekindle my passion for fashion now that I have a good reason.

The show has allowed me to climb out of a poor cycle of not investing any effort into myself. It’s been a wonderful break for me to get out of sweatpants and vintage T-shirts that I don every day; that’s a huge part of my style.

The first episode of the show aired in 2020. Harper’s altered the iconic location where it celebrates its yearly Icons event this year. The partnership event, called Bloomingdale’s 150 x BAZAAR Icons, took place on Friday in place of the Plaza’s traditional celebration.

Leading fashion industry figures, models, and stars, including Alicia Silverstone, Heidi Klum, Jane Krakowski, Drew Barrymore, Candace Bushnell, Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger, Christian Siriano, Zac Posen, Emily Ratajkowski, and others, attended the event.

Bushnell informed us that she is still single and looking for a spouse at the age of 63. She admitted to Page Six, “I used Tinder already, so I won’t be using it.

I can’t say, but I’m going on another one. In case you were curious, she also added, “You already know that I’m a great person, so you’d be lucky to date me. I recently joined a dating website, so I’m still out there.

Retro arcade games and a pop-up magazine kiosk with complimentary candies and fashion magazines were also present at the event honoring Bloomingdale’s 150th anniversary and Bazaar’s annual Icons portfolio.
At the end of the night, a truck outside provided pizza to the stylists who had the audacity to consume carbohydrates.