Actress Selma Blair made a stunning appearance Sunday night at Vanity Fair's annual Academy Awards soiree. Blair, a native of Southfield, Michigan, and UM alumn sent her sherbert-colored chiffon Ralph & Russo cape in the air with one hand, the other gripping a black cane. More than a bold accessory, the cane has become a necessity as Blair's Sunday night appearance marked the first since announcing her multiple sclerosis diagnosis on Instagram in mid-October of last year.
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Still giving me life. 🌈 This gown. This cape. This night. #ralphandrusso #vanityfairoscarparty #chrismcmillan #frankieboyd #elizabethstewart #troynankin #gettyimages thank you to all of you for the support and for everyone who is challenged in all the ways we humans may be. 💛
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