"Maybe this is something that is needed in a way."

Selma Blair's recent interview with Vanity Fair that revealed her Multiple Sclerosis diagnosis also revealed that she would wholly support a collaboration with designer Christian Siriano on an accessible fashion line. 

Siriano – a close personal friend of Blair's – would, in many ways, be the perfect fit for the project, considering that his eponymous line has always been dedicated to making fashion inclusive for everyone.

He introduced size-inclusivity into his runway casting for spring 2017, becoming one of the first major designers to do so; for spring 2018, he featured male-bodied, trans, and gender-nonconforming models as well.

At NYFW, his commitment to diversity continued with his fall/winter 2019 runway show. His commitment to dressing full-figured women continued to be met when Candice Huffine walked the runway in a sheer black caged off the shoulder gown with nude lining and Ashley Graham closed the show in a meteor crystal cascading mesh gown.

So, what's next for the most diversified designer in the world?

Apparently, the Blair collaboration isn't completely out of the question. Siriano told People, "Selma and I talked about it at dinner. What’s happening with her is so unreal, so I was like, 'Well maybe this is something that is needed in a way,' so we'll see. I don't know yet but maybe."