Selena Gomez transforms from bedazzled beauty to purple flower in red carpet switch-up

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She’s a Rare Beauty.

Selena Gomez had double the fun on the red carpet at her first annual Rare Impact Fund Benefit Supporting Youth Mental Health Wednesday night, swapping a sparkling silver gown for a fun floral minidress before she made yet another change into a black velvet look inside.

The Rare Beauty founder, 31, first walked the red carpet in a custom crystal-covered halter Valentino evening gown with a rosette at the neck, with the glittering style featuring a sweeping train.

She debuted a shorter haircut at the event, wearing her shoulder-length locks in a simple, straight bob and adding Messika chandelier earrings.

The “Single Soon” singer — who founded her beauty brand and its accompanying mental health charity in 2020 — then switched up her style with a purple Rahul Mishra Couture minidress from the designer’s fall/winter 2023 collection, with the sculptural style made to look like a blossoming flower.

Selena Gomez6Gomez rocked a sparkling crystal-covered gown for her first red carpet look.Getty Images for Rare Impact FundSelena Gomez6She debuted a fresh shoulder-length cut at the event.Variety via Getty ImagesSelena Gomez6The former Disney star changed into a flirty floral mini.Getty Images for Rare Impact Fund

She kept her earrings the same, adding strappy metallic heels to the fun floral look.

Once inside, Gomez changed into yet another dress, wearing a long-sleeved black velvet minidress from Monse ($1,090) covered with a whimsical pattern of animals and flowers.

Other stars attending the mental health benefit— which was emceed by her “Only Murders in the Building” co-star, Martin Short — included Sofia Carson, H.E.R. and Taylor Lautner (who she once dated, as did her BFF Taylor Swift).

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Ashley Cook, Selena Gomez, Raquelle Stevens6The singer posed with friends Ashley Cook (left) and Raquelle Stevens (right).Getty Images for Rare Impact FundSelena Gomez6Gomez wore a third outfit to speak at the event, where items such as Taylor Swift tickets were auctioned off.Getty Images for Rare Impact Fund

The “Calm Down” singer’s rumored feud with pal Francia Raisa, who donated her kidney to Gomez in 2017, seems to have been squashed, with the “Grown-ish” alum matching with her friend in a coordinating sparkly silver gown at the mental health event.

“It has been my ultimate dream to launch this fund and it’s probably the most important thing that I’ve ever done, and I just couldn’t be more proud of the Rare Impact team for the work that they’re doing,” Gomez told the crowd, per the Hollywood Reporter, admitting that she was so nervous she “threw up” the morning before her event.

Gomez also shared some exciting news about her beauty brand on Instagram ahead of Wednesday’s benefit.

Selena Gomez6Her Monse dress featured a conversational print with animals and plants.Getty Images for Rare Impact Fund

“This World Mental Health Day, October 10th, @sephora will be donating 100% of @rarebeauty sales to the Rare Impact Fund for 24 hours!” she captioned a video announcing the donation.

She continued by sharing that she created the fund “as part of our commitment to providing mental health resources and support to young people around the world.”

Plus, fans were able to bid on exclusive items including tickets to Taylor Swift’s Eras tour and a movie night with her Hulu co-star Paul Rudd.

Giving back is beautiful.

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