Couture week is underway in Paris, where Celine Dion is putting on her own personal fashion show. The singer has stepped out in several memorable outfits, but may have worn her most iconic yet: an Off-White blazer and leotard with no pants. Temperatures have hit the hundreds in Paris, making Celine’s styling choice a cool one.
The colorful look was first worn by Gigi Hadid on the Off-White runway. Dion kept the blazer unbuttoned and paired it with colorful heels and large sunglasses.
Earlier this week, she wore an all black Chanel unitard and belt. She followed it up with a completely different look, wearing an Attico feathered tube top and asymmetrical jeans.
Adding a pop of color, Celine posed in a structured Ronald Van Der Kemp blazer and bright yellow party skirt.
Channeling Audrey Hepburn, Dion attended the Schiaparelli show in a pleated halter dress and leather opera gloves.
Serving us party dress realness, Celine wore a ruffled pink Miu Miu gown with a black accent bow.
And looking like a walking optical illusion, Dion looked regal in an orange and lavender Iris van Herpen gown.
Despite her impressive style, Celine is reluctant to call herself a fashion icon. “I love fashion a lot, definitely,” the singer told ELLE for her special subscriber cover. “For me, fashion is art. It’s a way of expressing yourself. When I put something on, I play. I don’t take myself seriously. I kind of, like, borrow a character. But to be considered a fashion icon? I don’t know, I just do one day at a time, do the best I can, feel the way that I want to feel. That’s the most important thing.”