It's a Céline style take over!

By Char Adams
July 05, 2017 09:58 AM
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Credit: Vogue/Instagram

It’s a Céline style takeover!

Dion, 49, has long been a fashion icon thanks to her backward tuxedo and love affair with haute couture. And now that she’s cemented her status as a sartorial queen, she’s shedding a few of those high-fashion duds. And by a few, we mean all.

The Canadian songstress has all but taken over Vogue magazine‘s Instagram account as stunning shots of her filling the page, including one sultry photo of herself nude.

“Here’s a little naked fact to ponder while Celine Dion changes looks between show,” the Vogue caption read alongside the picture. Dion is later quoted in the lengthy caption, opening up about how she often alters her haute couture numbers: “The clothes follow me; I do not follow the clothes.”

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Credit: Denise Truscello/Vogue/Instagram

And follow her they did — all over Couture Week in Paris.

Another post featured the star wearing a sweet mini-dress by Giambattista Valli at the label’s Haute Couture show.

“Celine Dion doesn’t try to hide her feelings,” the photo’s caption read. “Her candor is one of her many charms, coupled with lovely manners and an emotional transparency that’s unique to anyone.”

Celine Dion’s Energetic Response to Her Style

Equally as unique as the star is her next look posted on the social media account: a “whimsical,” sparkle-filled mini-dress with Swarovski chainmail.

The singer even shared one of the photos on her own Instagram account, posting a shot showing herself leaning out of a car wearing a mustard-color dress and a stunning pair of shades.

“One legendary CD to another… // 2 légendes: #ChristianDior et #CélineDion,” she captioned the picture.

Dion’s Vogue social media takeover is part of a project called “#CelineTakesCouture” in collaboration with Instagram. Officials with the high-fashion magazine are profiling the singer’s couture week in Paris while she’s on her European tour.

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