Selena Gomez arrived at the Los Angeles premiere of her documentary My Mind & Me in a silky, purple slip dress, and fans are absolutely loving her look. The “Lose You To Love Me” hitmaker, 30, rocked a one-shoulder gown by Rodarte that featured an asymmetrical neckline with ruffle detailing, and an overall flowy, draping design that highlighted her curves and toned figure.
Selena Gomez’s Off-The-Runway Look
The “Calm Down” singer paired shimmering ‘Hollywood Embellished’ PVC heels by Paris Texas with the gown from Rodarte’s Pre Spring 2023 collection, the ‘Purple Satin Bias Dress with Bow Shoulder Drape.’ To accessorize, Gomez donned shiny, elegant dangly earrings by David Webb and carried a glistening ‘Crystal Celeste Clutch’ by Jimmy Choo as she graced the AFI Film Festival red carpet.
Gomez slicked her long black braids back into a chic updo, which drew more attention to her makeup look for the evening. The Rare Beauty mogul went for a classic smokey eye with black liner and silver eyeshadow forming a glamorous cat-eye, she added sky-high lashes, rosy blush to her cheekbones, and topped it all off with a glossy pink lip.
Gomez’s stylist, Kate Young, posted a stunning red carpet shot of the Only Murders In The Building actress in her full ensemble for the occasion, and fans headed to her comment section to hype up Gomez’s look. “Kate we need more of this color in her wardrobe!! She looks stunning,” one user wrote with a heart-eyes emoji as another added, “I always love @selenagomez in @rodarte,” and another fan agreed, “purple looks so goooooood on her.” Others conveyed their thoughts with a plethora of fire emojis and red hearts.
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Revelations From My Mind & Me
Gomez’s new documentary My Mind & Me is now able to stream via AppleTV+, and many fans continue to commend the star for bravely opening up about her mental health struggles with bipolar disorder, her lupus battle, body image issues, and grappling with overwhelming fame.
Gomez’s project was initially supposed to just cover her on her revival round, but ended up showing how the Wizards of Waverly Place alum recovered from her 2019 bipolar disorder diagnosis, a 2018 psychotic break, her 2017 kidney transplant due to her ongoing battle with lupus, romantic heartbreak, and other painful obstacles.
The “Wolves” singer notably said to fans at the end of the documentary that after everything she’s learned from her journey and analyzing her current mental health, she still tries to remind herself to prioritize her own needs and self care. “When you’re struggling with your mental health, the essential part of it is knowing what to do and recognizing that,” she said, adding, “It’s something that I’m not ashamed of.”