Celine Dion Is Fashion's New Queen So Bow Down
She's always been individual when it comes to her fashion choices, but Celine Dion has upped the ante this past week as she hits up the Paris Couture shows.
She is coming out with killer outfit after killer outfit, thanks to stylist Sydney Lopez. And we can't get enough.
The most recent outfit is pure Oscar de la Renta OTT, and she nails it.
It's even better in motion, if we're honest...
Then there was this 80s throwback, worn at the famous Moulin Rouge. A luminous pink minidress by Dodo Bar Or, which she accessorised with a silver purse by Jimmy Choo and Roger Vivier pumps.
Then there was this, something the fashion magazines are calling "chic flight attendant". In fact, it's Alexandre Vauthier Haute Couture magic. And to be frank, it's only Celine who could get away with it.
The outfit featured a plunging neckline, sheer bandeau, and dramatic shoulder pads with firework embellishments and it was a real mood... and then some. She accessorised with a cap, micro-sunnies, and leather booties.
And just when you thought she couldn't change things up anymore, there was this floral look by Batsheva, taken from its Pre-Fall 2019 collection:
And a belted leather jacket and pants combo to die for.
Queen Celine also wore all beige to the Valentino show, which according to ELLE, brought the singer to tears.
Here she is loving something on the runway:
Another day, another TO. DIE. FOR. outfit, this time a metallic Ronald Van Der Kemp suit, featuring show-stopping shoulders, which the singer donned without a shirt underneath. Because she is fierce.
For Alexandre Vauthier's Spring/Summer 2019 haute couture show, the singer then completely switched up and softened her look and opted for a glam gown with a plunging neckline and a slit that rivaled Angelina Jolie's at the 2012 Oscars.
And for Armani Prive, she wore Armani wide-leg slacks and a white shirt, with a black bow tied around her collar and a knee-length tail. Our hearts will go on, if she does.
All hail Celine. We are so not worthy.
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