Dan Levy may have subtly honored his Schitt’s Creek family at Thursday night’s GLAAD Media Awards, and we’re loving the sweet connection. The co-creator attended the virtual ceremony on April 8 to accept the outstanding comedy series award on behalf of the cast, while wearing a bold button-down shirt covered in what looks to be roses, possibly referencing his TV family.
“When we set out to make Schitt’s Creek, we simply wanted to tell funny and hopefully meaningful stories about personal growth, love, empowerment, and bébé crows,” the 37-year-old actor said in his acceptance speech. “So we created a town where everyone was not only respected, but they were also supported without question by their neighbors. We had no idea how much that town would become a safe space for our viewers as well.”
This isn’t the first time Dan chose an outfit with a sentimental connection to the show — at last year’s SAG Awards, he wore an embroidered Dior jacket featuring a beautiful rose on its side, while he opted for a Thom Browne kilt suit at the 2020 Emmys, paying tribute to David Rose’s wedding outfit on the show. Ahead, get a closer look at Dan’s shirt at the GLAAD Awards.