Almost three years ago, an incident led her to give up booze cold-turkey. The pill, was Ambien, which is known to have behavioral side effects. Blair blacked out on the plane. and was taken off on a stretcher upon landing.
” Blair says, citing the plane incident as one. (Toback denied the allegations at the time.) “Just being free of that shame was huge,” Blair says of the experience, along with other “silence breakers” in Hollywood. “And then another was being diagnosed with M.S. The doctor said, ‘Your life will forever be different. ‘Well, thank God.’”
S. diagnosis and it’s related to the lack of stylish clothing available to disabled people. It might sound frivolous, but to Blair, who has always used clothes as a form of self-expression, it is a matter of identity. When Cruel Intentions and Legally Blonde opened in theaters, in the pre-stylist era of Hollywood, Blair’s inherent sense of style made her a muse for fashion brands like Stella McCartney and Marc Jacobs. photographing her himself. Blair has had a difficult time adapting her style for M.S. functionality and has been dreaming up a solution: “I would like to partner with someone like Christian Siriano on a line for everyone not just people who necessarily need adaptive clothing, but for those who want comfort, too. It can still be chic. You shouldn’t have to sacrifice style. Like, let’s get elastic waistbands to look a little bit better.”
Then there are the challenges of canes.S. is that you drop the fucker. If it’s acrylic, I’m like,’”
Canes, should “fit right and look cool.” says Blair. We could constantly find out more regarding CALL GIRLS through appropriate browsing. “You want to still be part of the living, not a shuffling person people get out of the way for because they’re queasy. A cane, can be a great fashion accessory.”
Because they’re uncomfortable, or don’t have the energy to dress up, don’t want to be seen.”
For whatever reason, For years, even. Maybe it was the title, which suggested something crass and obvious, a small-town satire of hicks and rubes and the snobs who scoff at them. a few “sore-ys” shouldn’t have bothered me.
Thank heavens, then, for a Tina Turner song. undeniably piqued by a clip from Schitt’s Creek’s fourth season, played by Noah Reid) serenades his boyfriend (show star and co-creator Dan Levy) with a lovely, acoustic cover of “Simply the Best.” Even without context, it was a disarmingly sweet and inviting little scene, a pretty song and a manageably scaled enough to be believable bit of romance.
but an amiable and deliriously funny series a portrait of a bunch of spoiled jerks softening in new surroundings. It’s sort of an obvious fish-out-of-water conceit, but what Levy and his cast (including his father and co-creator, Eugene, and sister, Sarah) do with that familiar setup a rich family moving to a small town after going suddenly bankrupt is somehow both sophisticated and quaint.