Celine Dion Fashion Week


Paris Fashion Week (PFW) 2019 (Haute Couture) just concluded on July 4, 2019, and our eyes have been blessed, literally. It is not just because of the most futuristic runway shows that have graced the fashion A-listers, but also because of the style-icon, the fashion-fanatic, the killer-queen—CELINE DION!! Her fashion looks throughout the fashion week have rocked and shocked the fashion mongers. Be it the airport arrival, normal street looks, or front-row fashion looks, each was loaded with haute couture effects. Each of her looks was instant hits on the social media and critically acclaimed by the influencers worldwide. So as to appreciate Dion’s risqué fashion, we have outlined the trends she got covered in her fashion outings.

The first one she definitely owned is the trend of feathery outfits. Her outing in the millennial pink Attico top that she paired with asymmetrical & mismatched jeans and a matching Fendi bag, was nothing less than chic and trendy at the same time. The 51-year-old singer is definitely rocking a lot of millennial trends better than the generation. From the Valentino’s Resort 2020 collection, she wore a turtleneck feather dress with short hemline and jewel embellishments to attend the fashion house’s runway show in style.

The second trend she rocked—big bows. She was spotted in the streets of Paris for a photoshoot in various outfits, with a couple of them highlighting bows as the stars of the outfits. Each of them gorgeous in their own way. She also styled Y/PROJECT’s whacky jeans in her own stylish way.

The third trend she absolutely knocked off was of the bodycon/bodysuit fitting outfits. Her airport look in a CHANEL cat-suit, and front-row looks in an all-over printed bodysuit with an oversized blazer bearing a matching graphic from the fresh Off-White runway swept us off our feet.

Her other absolutely smacking Paris Fashion Week 2019 looks included – Alexander Vauthier ivory off-the-shoulder mini-dress with oversized balloon sleeves acting as trains, futuristic 3-D imaginative dress by Iris van Herpen, a Miu Miu dress from cruise 2020 collection in a strapless ruched fuchsia gown with a big black bow, a Ronald van der Kemp dress with a black-and-white tuxedo jacket top and frilly yellow miniskirt from spring 2017 accessorized with mismatched Jimmy Choos, and a custom look made by Daniel Roseberry (his first collection was presented at this PFW)—a black halter-necked dress with a pleated skirt and matching elbow-length gloves.

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