Céline Dion has been in the public eye for decades, but in the past few years she’s arguably staked her claim as a fashion icon like never before.
Dion, 51, has a penchant for haute couture and the ability to pull off over-the-top looks others wouldn’t dare attempt. She kicked off 2019 on a strong note, stepping out for runway shows at Paris Haute Couture Week spring ’19 in January.
Among the most out-there of the chanteuse’s ensembles was an Alexandre Vauthier jumpsuit with pointed shoulders, sheer paneling across the chest and crystal accents. Dion teamed it with spiky black boots and a veiled headpiece.
Many couture looks fall within the realm of camp, so the camp-themed Met Gala didn’t mark a huge departure for Dion from her typical style. She attended the Met Gala this May wearing a showgirl-inspired Oscar de la Renta dress and custom Chloe Gosselin T-strap pumps.
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In June, Dion was back in Paris again for the fall ’19 couture shows. One of her more unexpected looks? An Off-White bodysuit worn with a matching blazer and no pants. The outfit came complete with cerulean and black strappy sandals.
Come November, Dion brightened up the New York streets in a series of eye-catching outfits. Two of her most statement-making ensembles followed the monochrome trend. The first saw the singer in a turquoise Max Mara look that included a teddy coat, a miniskirt and croc-print over-the-knee boots.
The second came from Tom Ford and included a textured, party-ready pantsuit with open-toe velvet sandals.
While 2019 is just about in the books, Dion’s style streak is unlikely to come to an end. The spring ’20 couture shows are approaching in just over a month, and Dion’s expected to be back in the City of Light with another batch of dramatic fashion moments.
Click through the gallery to see more of Céline Dion’s best fashion statements of the year.
Céline Dion Performs in Towering Metallic Silver Boots & a Glittering Jumpsuit
Celine Dion Nails the Mismatched Shoes Trend in Paris
Celine Dion’s Boots Give an Unexpected Pop of Color to an All-Black Look