Amanda Bynes is focused on her sobriety and anticipating a future in fashion. Amanda Bynes is targeted on her collectedness and looking forward to a future in style.
It’s been a moment since the star posted on her new Instagram page, but a source tells E! She is focused on her sobriety right now and committed to it and she feels really good about it,” the insider shares.
She is doing rather well. In fact, the former child star has made the decision to enter a sober living community on her own accord, which has been an extraordinary influence on the 33-year-old. The inventory says, “She has a great support system with the other people there who are also in recovery. They all help each other.”
While the star has graduated from the Fashion Institute of Design and Merchandise in June, she has yet to start working. However, the source says, “She still does have aspirations for a career in fashion.” it appears as though the star has the beginnings of a style line altogether.
Last October, the Amanda Show star recorded to trademark the phrase “Vintage by Amanda Bynes” for use on garments, cosmetics, furniture, and household containers. At the moment, it appears those plans are on the hold, but there is no doubt that the star can accomplish anything she puts her mind to.
In an interview with Paper magazine the star recently shared, “I have no fear of the future. I have been through the worst and came out the other end and survived it so I just feel like it is only up from here.”
Bynes’ lawyer went on to explain that, in addition to eyeing a showbiz comeback, Amanda is still studying and working with the Fashion Institute of Design and Manufacturing (FIDM), an acclaimed fashion school in downtown Los Angeles.
Arminak unconcealed that the role player “can’t wait to induce back to the FIDM campus” and “be inventive once more,” and she’s extremely wanting forward to her fashion line commencing.
We’re so glad to hear Amanda’s ready to get back on her feet after she settles this tiny legal drama, of course.