Selena Gomez Stuns In Low-Cut Slip Dress

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Selena Gomez radiates happiness and positive vibes in a garden photo shoot for a project with the cooking brand Our Place. The 29-year-old artist-turned-entrepreneur posed in an electric blue slip dress as she served some of her homecooked meals. She also showcased her unique cooking collection, which helps fund a cause close to Selena's heart.

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Gorgeous In Blue

Last month, Gomez launched the Our Place x Selena Gomez collection, consisting of fun-colored cooking pans and pots. To announce the limited edition collection she helped design, Selena shared snaps from their garden shoot to her 331 million Instagram followers.

The amateur home cook, who has been cooking delicious recipes in HBO Max's Selena + Chef, looked breathtaking in a L'Agence slip dress. The head-turning dress retails for $375 and features a low-cut neckline and a breezy fabric in an electric blue color that matches the cookware.

Cookware For Charity

Known for her kind and generous heart, Selena often makes sure she works on projects that help out a charity or cause she supports.

For her cookware collection, 10% of the profits will be donated to the Rare Impact Fund. The collection features the Perfect Pot, Always Pan, knife trio, and drinking glasses, which all come in two lovely colors, Azul and Rosa, that Gomez curated herself.

"My main goal when I'm cooking is to have fun. This collection is designed for home cooks like me who just need easy-to-use, multifunctional products," Selena explained.

Rare Impact Fund

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The Rare Impact Fund was launched alongside Rare Beauty in 2020 to raise $100 million over the next ten years to help make mental health services more accessible for everyone.

"Mental health is personal for me," Gomez, who was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, explained in a statement.

"I hope by sharing my own story and using my brand and platform to talk about and connect more people to resources that support their mental health, I can encourage others to get the help they need and bring more mental health services to educational settings."

Mental Health Advocate

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The ex-Disney princess has devoted much of her life and career to raising awareness about mental health. Aside from her charity-driven makeup brand, she also co-created Wondermind - a multimedia platform that destigmatizes mental health by making 'mental fitness' as normal as working out.

Gomez previously spoke about her mental health journey to Good Morning America. "I can't believe I am where I am mentally, just because of how I took the necessary steps to kind of remove myself from that because it's just not normal. I really want people to be understood and seen and heard. It's okay to not be okay."