Singing sensation and fashion icon Celine Dion turns 54 on March 30, 2022.
Dion always looks pristine, but her style has gotten bolder and more colorful throughout the years.
Her daring proportions, monochromatic looks, and bold sunglasses make her a queen of street style.
For her first solo Grammy wins, Dion stunned in a barely-there dress.
Celine Dion had an iconic naked dress moment at the 39th Annual Grammy Awards. She wore a brown see-through crochet gown that left little to the imagination. Her skin-toned underwear was seen through the daring fabric.
That night, Dion won for album of the year and best pop album for “Falling into You.”
She turned heads when she wore a suit backwards, which she’s since called “avant-garde at the time.”
One of Dion’s most iconic looks of all time was when she wore a silky suit by John Galliano for Dior on the 71st Annual Academy Awards red carpet. The singer made the decision to wear it backwards, creating a jaw-dropping moment.
Dion reminisced over the look that helped define her quirky and bold style, talking to People in 2017. “I was the only one with pants in a backward suit from Galliano and if I would do this today it would work. It was avant-garde at the time,” she said.
The suit was paired with a matching fedora and studded Ray-Ban sunglasses.
During the ceremony, she changed her outfit to perform “The Prayer” with Andrea Bocelli.
Dion showed off her figure in a daring cut-out gown.
The singer jumped on the low-waisted bandwagon that took over the aughts by wearing a dramatic cut-out gown at the 2003 Billboard Music Awards.
The cream fabric, silver details and heels, and bleached hair were all muted but still packed a punch.
She wore this look to present artist of the year. Billboard deemed this one of the most memorable Billboard moments of all time.
Dion didn’t miss a beat when she attended the Met Gala for the first time.
“The Met is not about being comfortable. The Met is about [making] a moment memorable,” Dion told People in 2017.
For her debut at the Met Gala in 2017, the performer wore an Atelier Versace dress. The look matched the theme, “Rei Kawakubo/Comme des Garcons: Art Of The In-Between.”
The futuristic and architectural dress had a mix of rubber-like and shimmering fabrics and a standout headpiece to match.
She wore a dress just as “grandiose” as her performance of “My Heart Will Go On.”
At the 2017 Billboard Music Awards, she wore a dramatic, architectural Stéphane Rolland Couture gown.
She wore this look for an emotional performance of her song “My Heart Will Go On” in honor of the 20th anniversary since its release for “Titanic.”
“What touched me the most was it was a grandiose dress, with the simplicity of the white and the rest of it is so simple,” she later told People.
She began to get more playful and colorful with her style.
In June 2017, Dion stepped out in a three-piece Robert Cavalli look in Paris on her way to Nordstrom to work on her luxury bag line.
The all-over summery floral was printed on a blazer, blouse, and flared trousers. She paired this with bold sunglasses, a staple for most Dion streetwear looks.
With a T-shirt so long and boots so high, the singer went pantless in Paris.
The following day, despite the summer heat in France, Dion chose a covered-up leather and suede outfit. She was styled in a floor-length python coat and sky-high brown suede boots, both from Balmain. The boots were so tall that they looked like pants and the singer went pantless.
Her look was made edgier with a vintage T-shirt and leather biker hat.
At this point, Dion’s fashion sense was being guided by celebrity stylist Law Roach, who today is best known for his collaborations with Zendaya.
Her all-white cape look in July 2017 was dramatic and regal.
Dion wore a stunning Ralph & Russo Haute Couture look during Couture Fashion Week in Paris, France. Again, despite the heat, Dion opted for a long-sleeve blouse, a cashmere floor-length cape, trousers, and a wide-brimmed hat.
Dion’s all-white look was enhanced by a sophisticated Celine (the brand, not the person) purse.
She perfectly coordinated in snakeskin on a hot summer day.
The overnight queen of street style, Dion wore all-over snakeskin in Paris ahead of a concert in England on July 27, 2017. The coat, thigh-high heeled boots, and bag from her Celine Dion Collection handbag line all perfectly coordinated.
She also wore a sweater dress and oversized sunglasses for some extra drama.
She took street style to a new level with this youthful and trendy ensemble.
In January 2019, Dion wore a youthful and bright streetwear look by Maison Margiela, which included a raincoat-like dress, blazer with knitted wool detailing, and chunky sneakers. She paired the look with an accordion bag by Y/Project.
Perfect for the cabaret, Dion looked chic and sultry in a revealing jumpsuit in January 2019.
Dion showed out at the Parisian cabaret Folies Bergère Music Hall in a daring navy look. She wore an Alexandre Vauthier jumpsuit with a plunging neckline and a sheer panel covering her chest.
The outfit was paired with theatrical tiny sunglasses for nighttime, a bedazzled birdcage veil over her cap, and Jimmy Choo booties.
She appeared to be dripping in diamonds during the 2019 Met Gala.
For her second Met Gala appearance, Dion had one of the most iconic looks of the night. Matching the theme, “Camp: Notes on Fashion,” her Oscar de la Renta ensemble was kitschy and over-the-top.
Her sparkling fringe bodysuit and 22-pound feathered headpiece took over 3,000 hours to create. The metallic showgirl look was inspired by “Judy Garland and the glitzy costumes of the Ziegfeld Follies,” according to the designer.
She looked like she could have stepped out of an ’80s womenswear catalog while in Paris in June 2019.
Dion showed out in several remarkable looks during Haute Couture Fashion Week in the summer of 2019. Leaving her Paris hotel on one occasion, she wore a blazer and skirt by Ronald Van Der Kemp.
The cartoonish tuxedo jacket and Big Bird miniskirt were paired with graphic heels by Jimmy Choo.
Dion wore an optical-illusion dress by Iris van Herpen during Paris Fashion Week in 2019.
Iris van Herpen is known for its whimsical and mind-bending dresses with 3D craftsmanship. Dion wore one of its optical-illusion dresses in sheer red, black, and brown to the designer’s fashion week show.
Ready for the runway, or a ballet, Dion looked pristine in cream the following day.
The singer played with proportions in an Alexandre Vauthier gown for the designer’s couture show during Paris Fashion Week. The off-the-shoulder creamy satin dress was juxtaposed with voluminous sleeves that grazed the ground.
With delicate heels and a top knot, she looked like she could break out in a ballet performance at any moment.
She is a fan of minidresses, like this feathery Valentino look during Paris Fashion Week in 2019.
Dion wore another cream look the next day, this time in Valentino for the Valentino Haute Couture show. The feathered minidress was dotted with colorful floral appliques and silver sequins. With a gold clutch and drop earrings, she looked effortlessly chic.
In the prime of her fashion game, Dion played with color, texture, and silhouette.
From November 2019 through March 2020, Celine Dion made the streets of New York City her catwalk while promoting her “Courage” album and tour. On November 13, 2019, she stepped out in a turquoise monochromatic look by Max Mara.
This time, appropriately dressed for the weather, Dion wore a teddy coat, wool skirt, opaque tights, thigh-high boots, and an alpaca and wool fanny pack worn across her chest. And of course, she wore another pair of sunglasses.
She did an iconic Tom Ford outfit justice for a night out in NYC.
The deep-red velvet blazer matched her platform heels and complemented her burgundy turtleneck and bright satin pants.
In March 2020, the singer gave a nod to the ’60s with a retro print and faux bob.
Looking like she stepped out of the ’60s, Dion wore a mod Moncler x Richard Quinn ensemble prior to a Long Island concert performance.
The white coat dress and tights had an all-over light-blue and black blocked flower pattern with white flower appliques. The daring graphic look was paired with white heels and a mini purse.
Her hair was styled in a faux bob and her cat-eye sunglasses made for an extra flirty and sophisticated look.
Her plaid look was more equestrian than metropolitan.
On March 5, 2020, Dion struck a pose in a plaid Michael Kors cape dress. Perhaps more appropriate for a posh countryside horse race than a Lower Manhattan sidewalk, Dion looked fantastically out of place.
Her belted double-breasted dress was styled with sleek black leather boots and a whimsical hat by Eric Javits.
Dion looked lovely in layers, wearing a skirt over trousers during a day out in March 2020.
The singer stood out in a bright pink monochromatic look in NYC. Dion wore a Peter Do creation including a button-down blouse, an oversized blazer worn over her shoulders, a pleated skirt worn over wide-legged trousers, and a structured purse.
In one of the singer’s most optimistic looks, she stunned in floral.
On her last New York outing and in her last iconic look before the COVID-19 pandemic closed down shows and businesses in the city, Dion was cheerful in a floral ensemble by Oscar de la Renta. The cropped wool sweater with a large brooch rested on a full floral skirt with a slit revealing white boots.
One for the dramatics, Dion had a prop: a matching flower bouquet.
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