Celine Dion knows she’s a fashion KWEEN right now and she’s continued to treat us all with look after ‘lewwwk’ during a photoshoot in Paris over the weekend.
The singer’s eccentric wardrobe has been giving all the fashion darlings a run for their money lately and she’s been more than happy to slay in a few magazine spreads as well.
The 51-year-old was picture-perfect on Sunday in a voluminous strapless gown which featured a large bow across the chest.
She teamed the dramatic patterned dress with black PVC boots and was spotted posing with two huge Weimaraner dogs.
While another more quirky ensemble saw her wearing a spiked choker necklace with a a striking mini dress and red patterned tights.
Despite the sweltering heat in Paris at the weekend, the singer managed to rock a large camouflage-coloured teddy coat for the shoot.
She wore a khaki mini dress underneath, and completed the look with a black leather hat and black boots.
Later in the day, the My Heart Will Go On singer was spotted leaving her hotel in the City of Light in another eye-catching ensemble.
She paired a structured black blazer — which featured white lapels and oversized buttons — with a frilly yellow mini skirt and mismatched heels.
Celine couldn’t help but smile at onlookers from behind her designer shades.
Over the past few years, the All by Myself singer has started experimenting with her style, favouring pieces from Alexandre Vauthier, Valentino, Dior, Balmain, Balenciaga, Off-White and Givenchy.
And the UK will get to see her on-stage style this week, as the five-time Grammy award winner will be performing on 5 July in London as the first British Summer Time headliner.
Returning following her last UK shows in 2017, this comes a month after Celine wrapped her 16-year Las Vegas residency.
We can’t wait to see her bring some of the magic of her Vegas show down to Hyde Park.
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