Selma Blair is taking a moment to rave about her latest interview and pictorial, which showcases the star clad in couture outfits and dripping in fancy jewelry. The “Cruel Intentions” star took to social media on Monday to announce she had scored the cover and feature article in the newest edition of “Town & Country” magazine, which specializes in luxury lifestyle including travel, food and entertainment.
“A phenomenal and vibrantly loud cover moment ?? a burst of bright and beautiful that even my mother would applaud,” Blair wrote on her Instagram post while sharing the cover of the magazine.
Wearing a pink Prabal Gurung top, Selma Blair continued, “
“I am pleased. To say the least. I loved this shoot, loved being clothed, and made up and primped and photographed and presented on @townandcountrymag cover this month”
Blair’s look was accented with $9000 Irene Neuwirth earrings and a gigantic turquoise David Webb ring valued at $44,000.
Other luxurious looks for Blair’s pictorial, included in her interview with “Town & Country,” featured the actress wearing other famous designers and ornate pieces of jewelry.
In her interview, Selma Blair spoke on her ongoing battle with multiple sclerosis, and how she has continued to strive for a sense of normalcy during the pandemic. One of the things that remains extremely important to the star is her glam, which she explains plays a big role on her psyche.
“It was a superpower to me, and I mean this. Makeup is not trivial to me. If anything moves the needle for me in my life—even before my diagnosis or challenges—it is my gorgeous war paint.”
Selma Blair also spoke about the moment she showed up to the 2019 Vanity Fair Oscar’s Party with a cane to assist her in walking the red carpet. It was a big moment for the actress as it was one of her first public appearances
“It was a no-brainer, and there was no choice,” Blair told the magazine.
She added, “I hadn’t been on a red carpet for so long, and now I was coming … I knew, since my diagnosis, people might be watching. I didn’t know if I would be forgotten about and be the last one on the red carpet.”