Céline Dion is already 2019’s ruling queen of star fashion. Here are her most bold appearances so far.
In January, Dion relied on a timeless thigh-high slit while attending the Alexandre Vauthier show during Paris Style Week.
She combined the sparkly dress with timeless black pumps.
Dion then proved that she’s one of the very best at pulling off a trendy power fit.
She wore a metallic grey fit by Ronald Van Der Kemp for the designer’s show in January.
She then put an unexpected chic spin on a traditional grassy field dress.
Dion wore a ruffled floral gown by Batsheva with a green jacket and burgundy boots by Gabriela Hearst.
She also put a daring large spin on the jumpsuit pattern in January.
Dion then took the program in a rippling tulle coat by Oscar de la Renta.
The $2,443 eye-catching coat featured an oversized bow tied at the waist, which she used over a black mock-neck top and matching skirt by The Row.
She was then spotted on the streets of Paris in a neon-yellow ensemble.
In January, she was found in a head-turning appearance from Calvin Klein.
She used a light-blue blazer over an orange-red sweater and black trousers, while her red Saint Laurent pumps added an additional pop of color. The most attractive part of the appearance was the leopard-print waist apron, an unexpected and bold accessory.
In February, Dion proved she could still make an all-black ensemble entirely eye-catching.
She paired a long black coat with matching flowy trousers and boots.
In May, she totally nailed the “camp” theme for the 2019 Met Gala.
In June, she was spotted wearing a $4,400 Chanel jumpsuit in Paris ahead of Haute Couture Paris Fashion Week.
She later became an equally appealing and colorful ensemble.
She then changed into a pink celebration gown by Miu Miu.
The hot-pink dress featured a lot of ruffles and a black bow atop its thigh-high slit.
She then paired an appealing yellow skirt with mismatched pumps.
Dion ended June with a picture shoot outside of the Eiffel Towel in an outfit that blended a variety of colors.
She wore a long-sleeve, various colored dress with an oversized green bow at the waist. Dion combined the gown with dark-red stockings, white peep-toe heels, and an edgy spiked choker locket.
She later altered into a fluffy, camouflage-print coat.
She then marched in among her most bold appearances yet.
Dion wore a design by Iris van Herpen which featured wavy transparent layers.
She then went with a more heavenly look while going to the Alexandre Vauthier show throughout Haute Couture Paris Style Week.