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Selena Gomez launches cookware line inspired by her Latino heritage & here's all about it

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Actor and musician Selena Gomez just launched her first cookware collection and it's absolutely beautiful. Created in collaboration with the kitchenware company, Our Place, the collection is inspired by her Latino heritage, and it features multiple kitchen items including pots and pans, knives and glassware, available in two vibrant colors.

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Selena of course has been exploring her love of food and cooking on the HBO Max series, Selena + Chef, which came about while she was quarantining at home in 2020, and is set to see its fourth season premiere later in 2022. Now with the new cookware collection, she's definitely established herself as a bonafide celebrity foodie.

Our Place prioritizes connections and culture.

Selena was evidently quite thoughtful regarding who she chose to partner with. Our Place's mission is all about food, family and culture. "We believe that there is a transformative power in uplifting the differences in how people cook and eat together. Our hope is that telling stories of tradition will bring the disparate edges of our world closer together," reads the mission statement on its Web site.

The company is immigrant- and woman-owned.

It's also immigrant- and woman-owned, which seems right in line with the priorities Selena who is half Mexican, has expressed over the years. "It’s a celebration of all ways we cook- as beginners or experts, perfectly or imperfectly, messily and joyously. Our Place is immigrant and women-owned, rooted in building a bigger table," she captioned her announcment on Instagram.

It also supports a good cause.

Selena and Our Place also announced that 10-percent of the proceeds from sales of the collection will go towards expanding mental health services via the Rare Impact Fund, which Selena is a long-time supporter of.

The collaboration is incredibly mindful.

"We launched Our Place a little over two years ago to inspire more people to reconnect with their heritage, their food systems, and one another by cooking and sharing food. Selena’s work in mental health and her joyful, authentic (and often very funny!) journey to home cooking couldn’t be more reflective of what Our Place stands for," reads Our Place's statment on Instagram.

The "Always Pan" replaces eight pieces of cookware.

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The "Always Pan" is available in a rosey pink color called "rosa" and an electric blue called "azul," both in a matte finish. It's non-stick and is meant to serve the purpose of a frying pan, saute pan, steamer, skillet, saucier and a saucepan, and has a built-in spoon rest.

The "Perfect Pot" is multi-purpose.

The "Perfect Pot" is available in the same two colors as the "Always Pan," and is also intended to be multi-purpose. It's lightweight and non-stick and can be used on any type of stovetop as well as in the oven.

The knife trio covers all the bases.

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The knife set includes three knives — a chef's knife, a long serrated knife and a paring knife — all made from premium German steel that goes all the way through to the end of the handle for added stability and durability.

There's pretty glassware as well.

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There's also a set of everyday drinking glasses available in Selena's collection. They have an ideal 12-ounce capacity and are stackable so they won't take up too much space in your cabinets. The set of four glasses costs $50, and the set of eight costs $90.

The "Main Plates" are versatile.

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The "Main Plates" from the collection are made from gorgeous hand-painted porcelain. They feature a modern design and are a generous size. They're also dishwasher- and microwave-safe, and meant to be scratch- and chip-resistant. The set of four plates costs $50, and the set of eight costs $90.

There are "Side Plates" too.

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The smaller side plates from the collection are perfect for appetizers, snacks and/or desserts. They're made exactly the same way as the "Main Plates," and are stackable. Like the rest of the items in the line, they're available in both "rosa" and "azul." The set of four plates costs $40, and the set of eight costs $79.

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