How could we live without Celine Dion's fashion? The “Encore Un Soir” singer's style has always been crème de la crème, and this summer is proof of that. Celine seems to be having the time of her life in Paris, stepping out in stunning designer ensembles while on the European leg of her tour. So, it’s no surprise that the 49-year-old Canadian songstress jumped at the chance to play dress-up in six dazzling haute couture looks for a new Vogue fashion video.


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Celine Dion tried on multiple haute couture outfits in a new video for Vogue Photo: YouTube/@Vogue

The glamorous two-minute production unfolds with Celine swathed in a frothy ballerina pink Giambattista Valli Tulle gown sitting at her vanity at the Ritz Hotel Paris. She practices her vocals as a variety of ornate headpieces are placed on her head: “Bring me the good stuff, bring me the big one,” she croons, before settling on a Marie Antoinette-inspired pastel blue wig.

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Directed by Gordon von Steiner, the fashion video follows the “My Heart Will Go on” singer in a series of captivating couture looks set against the romantic backdrop of the City of Light. In one scene, the mom-of-three dons an embellished Rodarte jumpsuit with a lavish floral headpiece. In another, she’s serving up her own fashionable je ne sais quoi, wearing a deconstructed Maison Margiela number while in the kitchen.


The Canadian singer is on the European leg of her tour Photo: YouTube/@Vogue

The high fashion parade comes to a dramatic ending with a Chanel-clad Celine dancing on a boat as it sails along the Seine while the sun dramatically sets over the Eiffel Tower. Earlier this month, the GRAMMY-winner bared it all, literally, for the fashion bible and opened up about her approach to style. She explained that she loves to play around with her wardrobe because it “gives [her] a bit of freedom when [her] life has been work, discipline, hard hard work." It’s this free-spirited sartorial outlook that has helped the Celine earn her stripes as a style icon over the years.

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