Celine Dion Brought Big Sleeve Energy to Paris
The singer's sleeves have the power to transform her minidress into a ball gown.
Celine Dion is the style icon we don’t deserve.
Despite existing in a fashion landscape dominated by dad sneakers and crop tops, the Canadian legend has continually elevated the sartorial standard. She’ll take your naked dress and raise you a 3D fishnet like gown deserving of a page in a Magic Eye book. She knows you like denim, but do you dare roll a single pant leg?
On Tuesday, Dion struck once more, arriving at Alexandre Vauthier’s Paris Couture Week show in a crème-colored satin minidress with sleeves so long and voluminous they could be swung around to stand in as the dress’s skirt.
LIVE. WORK. POSE.
She paired the over-the-top dress with a gravity-defying top knot, gold sandals, and a stare that says, “don’t step on my sleeves.”
The world is Celine’s runway and she’s the only person worthy of a front row seat.
Couture week has only just begun, so please stay tuned for more Celine.