Selena Gomez hosted the inaugural Rare Impact Fund Gala in Los Angeles last night. The event—named for and backed by her charity, the Rare Impact Fund—aimed to raise funds for mental health services and education for young people. “It has been my ultimate dream to launch this fund, and it’s probably the most important thing that I’ve ever done,” Gomez said during a speech on-stage. “I just couldn’t be more proud of the Rare Impact team for the work that they’re doing.” Throughout the special night, Gomez delivered not one, but three striking floral ensembles. And though she stuck to a clear style theme for the affair, each look shined totally on its own.
Gomez kicked off her marathon of looks—all styled by Erin Walsh—on the red carpet with a silver, halter-style gown from Valentino. It was punctuated by a floral appliqué on the neckline. Inside, she presented on stage in a jungle-themed Monse mini dress, continuing on with the floral aesthetic. She ended the evening with a bang and a third costume change—this time, slipping into a custom, hand-embroidered Rahul Mishra Couture dress, which had an Iris flower shaped out of Amethyst purple fabric. Her trio of garden-inspired fashions? We’d gladly receive that bouquet.
Originally published in Vogue.com