Selena Gomez, the icon of style and self-acceptance, graced the Third Annual Rare Beauty Mental Health Summit held in New York City on Wednesday. Her presence was not just a fashion statement but a powerful symbol of her commitment to mental health. The summit had a positive turnout, and communities interacted with the brand to spread the word about mental health, including U.S. surgeon general, Dr. Vivek Murthy, but that wasn’t all.

The global beauty brand Rare Beauty by Selena Gomez announced it will donate one percent of all sales to the Rare Impact Fund. Likewise, Sephora backed it with a pledge to donate a minimum of $1 to the Fund by announcing it would donate 100% of Rare Beauty Sales of the day to the Rare Impact Fund.

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Selena Gomez wore a summery dress with a statement shoulder and nude pointy-toe pumps for the summit that addressed mental health and self-acceptance. The ivory midi dress from Maticevski is a sculptural band of stiff fabric encircling her shoulders with a cinched waist and an asymmetrical hemline. She completes the look with hoop earrings, a couple of rings, and a gold bangle.

Fans of the brand also seemed pleased to see Selena Gomez rock Rare Beauty’s new Soft Pinch Luminous Powder Blush in the shade Happy, which was launched recently. Parallel to the brand’s iconic cream blush, the powder blush offers a shimmering, radiant finish with a long wear time and it was notably among the best-sold items.