Céline Dion’s style has always been head-turning, but over the past two years, the 50-year-old singer has really cemented her place as a fashion icon. With the help of stylist Law Roach, Dion debuted her edgy high-fashion look at Paris Couture Fashion Week in 2016, and it’s only gotten better from there. There have been metallic suits, leather skirts, graphic tees—even a play on her well-known “My Heart Will Go On” theme. (Remember that Vetements hoodie?)
In an interview with Vanity Fair, Roach shared, “Céline has no fear. And when you have that type of energy, you have this attitude that we can do whatever we want and we don’t care who likes it or dislikes it. Fashion is supposed to be polarizing. It has to be overwhelming.” And that’s exactly what Dion has been up to. From the ultra-feminine to the unmistakably borrowed-from-the-boys, here is Céline Dion’s style at its best.
Whether she’s out and about in denim or black-tie–ready dresses, Céline Dion really is one of our ultimate style icons.
In a Ronald van der Kemp jacket, Good American jeans, and Alexandre Vauthier boots, Céline gives new meaning to head-to-toe black.
This gold Schiaparelli suit is a true showstopper.
Calvin Klein and Off White x Jimmy Choo have us seeing red—in the best way possible.
Dion doesn’t merely wear a suit: She wears one that’s totally yellow, complete with a boxy top and cropped pants from Maison Rabih Kayrouz.
Now that is how you do pajama dressing. If only we all had a bright pink Sies Marjan suit and Manolo Blahnik shoes like these.
While we’re not quite sure how Dion sits down in this Schiaparelli minidress, does it even matter?
A casual shirting-inspired little black dress for a recording session…
When head-to-toe snake print isn’t enough (see this Rochas coat and these Balmain boots), she adds a handbag from her own collection.
This leather jacket, white T-shirt, and denim combo is anything but ordinary. We love the peplum-style top and embellished jeans.
Here, she takes a childhood favorite and makes it chic via Givenchy overalls, a Céline button-down, and Giuseppe Zanotti for Kanye West heels.