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

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

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

The show first aired in 2020.

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

The party – usually held at The Plaza – kicked off Friday at Bloomingdale’s 59th Street flagship, and the collaborative event was dubbed “Bloomingdale’s 150 x BAZAAR Icons.”

The fashion party drew its usual 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 many more.

Bushnell told us she’s still single — and very into mingling — at 63.

Heidi Klum
Heidi Klum was among the stars of Bloomingdale’s chic 150 x BAZAAR Icons party.
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“I’m still there, I just went to a dating site,” she told Page Six. “I don’t do Tinder – I already did that one. I’m going on another, but I can’t say. She added, in case you were wondering, “You know I’m a nice person, you’d be lucky to date me.”

The performer of the night, Jack Harlow, continued around 10 p.m.

The party for Bazaar’s annual Icon Portfolio and Bloomingdale’s 150th anniversary also featured vintage arcade games as well as a pop-up magazine stand with free candy and fashion lip glosses.

The evening ended with a pizza truck outside for fashionistas who dared to cut back on the carbs.

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