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Celine Dion In Schiaparelli Haute Couture – Celine Dion Live 2018

Celine Dion brought her A-game, both with her powerhouse vocals and inimitable sense of style, to her ‘Celine Dion Live 2018’ tour, and you’ll be happy to see that it’s just as colourful as her personality, and that there’s not a single bodysuit in sight.

The Canadian legend revealed her Schiaparelli Haute Couture outfits styled by Pepe Munoz on Tuesday (June 26) when her tour kicked off in Tokyo.

All created in the atelier of Schiaparelli couture house in Paris, and designed by design director Bertrand Guyon, they fuse Haute Couture savoir-faire with femininity and modern elegance.

The looks range from a golden brocade suit, a shocking pink silk chiffon gown, a metallic fringed tunic-dress (previously worn by Melissa George) and an asymmetrical black silk double satin dress.

Celine’s tour runs until August 14, ending in New Zealand. I’m excited to see if she will continue to mix things up.

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22.12.17 Best Of

Entertainer of the Year & Street Style Star of 2017 – Celine Dion

Celine Dion experienced something of a rebirth in 2017, and I think it’s safe to say that we all enjoyed—or were at least entertained—watching every minute of the iconic singer take the stage—both literally and figuratively.

It was a big year for the songstress, as it marked the 20th anniversary of her equally iconic ‘Titanic’ love song, ‘My Heart Will Go On.’

And, because she’s never done things by halves, her style was equally monumental, with a focus on couture.

Early on, she had me sitting up and paying attention with her white Stephane Rolland Couture gown that put any other rendition of bold shoulders to shame. Couture moments from Elie Saab and Zuhair Murad also provided plenty of sartorial eye candy.

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Celine Dion rocks Rochas on the streets of Paris

Celine Dion continues to live out a fashion fantasy in Paris, recently making the rounds in two totally different Rochas numbers that, while bold, will be likely considered slightly more tame than her recent Alexander McQueen run.

Thursday (July 27): I did say more tame, but with this Rochas Pre-Fall 2017 python coat and matching Balmain thigh boots, Celine certainly strutted on the wild side last week. Styled with a Wolford dress and a Celine Dion Collection bag, this matchy snakeskin ensemble maintains a certain sophistication for its sleek palette and is another look for the books.

Wednesday (August 2): Here, she really did dial back the statement-making punch in favour of a lesson in pink panache. There was much fashion-y charm in her Rochas Pre-Fall 2017 blouse and silky skirt, which was lovely for its more laid-back yet stylistic ease.

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Celine Dion’s street style takes a risqué route in Alexander McQueen

My strong belief is that Celine Dion can do no wrong, and the feeling was not about to change as she left the Ritz Place Vendome in Paris yesterday afternoon (August 1).

Her latest jaw-dropping street style look comes courtesy of Alexander McQueen.

This stunning lingerie-inspired Spring 2017 gown with a risqué corset bodice and floral embroidered tulle might be a step too far for some, but my feeling is she’s just getting started.

Is this her best look to date?

Perhaps not, but I’m far too busy enjoying the pageantry of it all to delve too deep into that.

A pair of cat eye sunglasses and caged heels finished off the look.

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Celine Dion rocks Mario Dice out in Paris again

Another day, another bold fashion move from Céline Dion who was out and about in Paris on Saturday (July 29).

There would be nothing simple about this black-and-white Mario Dice Fall 2017 ensemble, as it continued to play into Céline’s dramatic new outlook.

Big, billowy power sleeves; an even bigger gold, power belt buckle; and perky, dimensional floral embellishment springing across the pencil skirt—these were indeed the makings of secretary style gone avant-garde.

Naturally, she would not leave her hotel without a pair of her statement sunnies along with a Chloe ‘Drew’ bag to wrap up the look—although I would have left the tights at home.

Chloe Drew Bag
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