37 Pictures That Prove Céline Dion Is the Style Icon the World Needs
MILLENNIAL MOOD BOARD
Dion cemented her honorary forever young status proving she can pull off millennial pink better than pretty much everyone in the Gen Y cohort.
After months of high drama, high concept looks from the new reigning queen of fashion, Céline decided to give us something just straight up glamorous and truly befitting her recently appointed royal status.
While National Snake Day and the anniversary of the #KimExposedTaylorParty has now come and gone, Céline decided to celebrate the pop culture milestone a few days late in a head-to-toe snakeskin ensemble.
A MAJOR DOSE OF DRAMA
At this point, the singer's such a style pro she can wear five different dramatic statement pieces at once without ever worrying that all that drama will pull focus from the true star attraction.
While most would pair this lush Reem Acra cocoon coat with an equally sumptuous evening gown, Céline is not most, perferring to pair the outerwear opulence with a simple (though no less pricey) Bottega Veneta sweatsuit.
MAD FOR PLAID
If you thought head-to-toe plaid was just for school girls and Scots, let Céline show you how to take this print to new heights of fashion (with the help of Antonio Berardi and YSL, of course).
While your off-duty look probably consists of a snuggie and sweats, Céline's Elie Saab jumpsuit and heels suggests you might want to seriously step up your leisurewear game.
This maxi might be enough to make even Miranda Priestly rethink her moratorium on the ubiquitous spring trend.
The singer knows you have to love yourself before you can love anyone else. But who wouldn't be their own number one fan when you look this fly every day?
Céline prepares for her role as your fashion fairy godmother in this head to toe Ralph & Russo Fall 2016 Couture ensemble.
A LITTLE BIT ROCK 'N' ROLL
Lady-like bishop sleeves one day, rock 'n' roll Saint Laurent leather, Messika diamond earrings, and denim the next. There's clearly no look Céline can't totally kill.
In case you were somehow still questioning her bonafide fashion diety status, we give you Exhibit 238 of the haute couture slayage.
VICTORIAN GARDENER, BUT MAKE IT FASHION
Who knew turn of the century school marm clothes and a simple pair of gardening shears could look so chic? Céline knew.
The singer may have just pioneered an all new way to pose for the paps, taking a nonchalant stance out of her sunroof while still managing to show off her footwear and Messika diamonds.
Of course, Céline would find a way to put her own twist on the collection every hypebeast is currently fawning over, stepping out in head-to-toe Louis Vuitton x Supreme silk pajamas.
Dion served up some Eastern glamour in a kimono-esque Reem Acra dress accessorized with a big bejeweled belt and mini Gucci bag.
TIED WITH A BOW
Once again, Céline confirms that she is a fashionable gift unto the world in a Dice Kayek gingham blouse, Céline pants and a bag from her own forthcoming accessories collection.
NOTHING TO WEAR
Sometimes the biggest fashion statement you can make is when you wear nothing at all.
The music legend even knows how to turn your standard showroom appointment into a Vogue caliber photo shoot, telling the magazine in regards to the paparazzi that follow her everywhere, "They see me; I don't see them."
Sometimes you have to suffer for style, like when you decide to wear a full-on Balmain python trench coat and thigh-high suede boots on a 75-degree summer day.
GIAMBATTISTA VALLI COUTURE
The singer was so thrilled to be at the show, she didn't just provide the paparazzi with her usual Vogue cover-caliber poses, she also danced through the halls of the Petit Palais and gave the designer a one-woman standing ovation afterwards.
HAUTE COUTURE CAR MODEL
Céline knows that before saying you're "extra" or "too much" you have to ask yourself, if you're not sprawled across a car in the name of couture using the paps as your personal photographers, are you even doing enough?
Céline proved she can really pull off anything when she stepped out in Denmark in an oversize blue slogan Off-White tracksuit.
BIG CITY FARMER
If the faux leather Givenchy overalls, Céline top, and Hermès Himilayan Kelly bag weren't testiment enough to the chicness of Céline, just take a gander at those Kanye West designed Giuseppe Zanotti heels famously worn in the past by none other than Kim Kardashian.
BALENCIAGA TREE POSE
Sure, anyone could walk out of a hotel and bust into a yoga pose, but could they do it while wearing the latest Balenciaga sneakers?
TONY THE TIGER COUTURE
Even when she's channeling her inner Tony the Tiger the singer looks super-chic.
MILLENNIAL PINK MONOCHROME
ALL FLORAL EVERYTHING
Why bother visiting the botanical gardens when you could simply feast your eyes on these layers upon layers of floral suiting (courtesy Roberto Cavalli)?
Proof that there's no aesthetic Céline can't master, going from a springtime effusion of blooms to this edgy goth maximalist Balmain look over the course of a day.
RUFFLES AND METALLIC THIGH-HIGH BOOTS
Céline doubles down on the drama in a ruffled top with a train and thigh-high metallic silver boots.
In case you needed a reminder that the singer is literally an angel incarnate, here she is in a plunging white Stéphane Rolland gown at this year's Billboard Music Awards.
MET GALA NOVICE
The only thing chicer than Céline attending the Met Gala for the first time in custom Versace is Céline post-Met Gala eating a hot dog in said custom Versace.
GIFT WRAP GOWN
We always knew Céline Dion had a gift, but apparently we never realized that she also actually is one, as seen here in a Christian Siriano.
The singer dressed to break hearts at the press conference for her first eponymous handbag and accessory collection.