Selma Blair is magnificent in magenta as the 47-year-old lights up the stage at Time 100 Health Summit

She's been very open about her own struggle with multiple sclerosis.

And the topic of health was front and center on Thursday, when Selma Blair attended the Time 100 Health Summit in New York City.

The 47-year-old Cruel Intentions actress lit up the stage in an unmissable magenta pant suit.  

Speaking up: On Thursday, when Selma Blair attended the Time 100 Health Summit in New York City

Speaking up: On Thursday, when Selma Blair attended the Time 100 Health Summit in New York City

Beneath the bright attire, Blair wore a black blouse and on her feet she wore a pair of black bow tie adorned heels, which added inches to her 5ft3in frame.

The Michigan native accessorized with a black cane and wore her hair cropped close for the event.

Also in attendance were Dr. Oz star Dr. Mehmet Oz, TV news anchor Robin Roberts and American physician and author Dr. David Agus. 

Bright on! The 47-year-old Cruel Intentions actress lit up the stage in an unmissable magenta pant suit

Bright on! The 47-year-old Cruel Intentions actress lit up the stage in an unmissable magenta pant suit

The look: Beneath the bright attire, Blair wore a black blouse and on her feet she wore a pair of black bow tie adorned heels, which added inches to her 5ft3in frame
The Michigan native accessorized with a black cane and wore her hair cropped close for the event

The look: Beneath the bright attire, Blair wore a black blouse and on her feet she wore a pair of black bow tie adorned heels, which added inches to her 5ft3in frame

Think pink like Selma in a bespoke suit by Dior

Attending the Time 100 Health Summit in New York City, Selma Blair stunned in a trouser suit, blouse and stilettos.

The actress' suit is a custom-made creation by Dior. It comprises a longline boxy blazer and cropped trousers in a mouth-watering shade of fuchsia.

We're all guilty of filling our wardrobes with dark hues at this time of year, so why not draw inspiration from Selma and pick something that will stand out?

We have rounded up fantastic suits from an assortment of high street brands, including River Island and PrettyLittleThing, in the carousel below. You might struggle to pick just one!

Alternatively, shop the current Dior collection by clicking (right).

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Selma was diagnosed in August 2018 with multiple sclerosis.

She underwent chemotherapy as part of her MS treatment and lost hair that recently has been growing back.

Selma has an eight-year-old son Arthur from a previous relationship with fashion designer Jason Bleick.  

Luminaries: Also in attendance were Dr. Oz star Dr. Mehmet Oz [pictured, R], TV news anchor Robin Roberts and American physician and author Dr. David Agus

Luminaries: Also in attendance were Dr. Oz star Dr. Mehmet Oz [pictured, R], TV news anchor Robin Roberts and American physician and author Dr. David Agus

Accomplished women: Broadcaster Robin Roberts looked marvelous in her own gray pant suit

Accomplished women: Broadcaster Robin Roberts looked marvelous in her own gray pant suit

Attendees: [L-R] Dr David Agus, Blair and Dr. Mehmet Oz

Attendees: [L-R] Dr David Agus, Blair and Dr. Mehmet Oz 

The Hellboy actress has two films coming out soon.

She'll reprise her role as Carol Young in the upcoming After sequel - titled After We Collided - due out in 2020.

The 2019 romantic drama starred newcomer Josephine Langford, 22, and Hero Fiennes-Tiffin, 21, and earned $69.5 million at the worldwide box office.

Selma also will portray Dr. Doris Baxter in the crime horror film A Dark Foe currently in post-production. 

Her story: Selma has been very open about her own struggle with multiple sclerosis

Her story: Selma has been very open about her own struggle with multiple sclerosis

Selma Blair is magnificent in magenta at Time 100 Health Summit

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