How Drew Barrymore’s daytime TV show ‘reignited’ her fashion game

Drew Barrymore told Page Six during New York Fashion Week that her eponymous daytime TV show has helped her up her fashion game.

“It’s been a good break for me for get out of sweatpants and vintage T-shirts that I wear every day; that’s a big part of my style,” the “Charlie’s Angels” star, 47, said at the Harper’s Bazaar Icons party, “The show has helped me get out of a bad cycle of not putting any effort into myself.” These days, “I have an excuse to reignite my fire for fashion.”

The show first went on the air in 2020.

Harper’s moved its annual Icons party from one legendary location to another this year.

The bash — typically held at the Plaza — was thrown at Bloomingdale’s 59th Street flagship on Friday, and the collaborative event was dubbed “Bloomingdale’s 150 x BAZAAR Icons.”

The fashion fete drew its customary crowd of top designers, models and stars, including Michael Kors, Tommy Hilfiger, Christian Siriano, Zac Posen, newly single Emily Ratajkowski, Kanye West’s ex Julia Fox, Alicia Silverstone, Heidi Klum, Jane Krakowski, Drew Barrymore, Candace Bushnell and more.

Bushnell told us she’s still single — and very much looking to mingle — at age 63.

Heidi Klum
Heidi Klum was among stars at the chic Bloomingdale’s 150 x BAZAAR Icons bash.
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“I’m still out there I just got on a dating site,” she told Page Six. “I’m not doing Tinder — I already did that one. I’m going on another one, but I can’t say.” She added, in case you were wondering, “You know I’m a nice person you would be lucky to date me.”

The night’s performer, Jack Harlow, went on at about 10p.m.

The party for Bazaar’s annual Icons portfolio and Bloomingdale’s 150th anniversary also featured vintage arcade games plus a pop-up magazine stand with gratis candy and fashion glossies.

The night ended with a pizza truck outside for those fashionistas who dared to down carbs.

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