She's serving up more drama than the Titanic soundtrack.

By Isabel Jones
Updated Jan 24, 2019 @ 11:45 am

Celine Dion may just have the best PR team in the world.

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Every time the Canadian powerhouse steps out her appearance becomes an event in and of itself: sequins, thigh-high slits, sleeves more dramatic than the Titanic soundtrack …

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I mean, this is the same woman whose wedding veil appears to have been inspired by both George Washington and Liberace:

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She knows how to make a statement.

After something of a retreat from the spotlight, Dion emerged front row (where else?) on Tuesday at Alexandre Vauthier’s presentation during Paris’s Haute Couture Fashion Week.

Celine made her Paris Haute Couture debut in a glittering long-sleeved black gown with a plunging cutout at the chest and a thigh-high slit to rival Angelina Jolie’s meme-inspiring Oscars gown.

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Later that same day, at Armani Privé’s show, Dion served up her take on the classic tuxedo, pairing a white shirt with a tail falling past her knees and a pair of black wide-leg trousers, a hefty bow tied about her neck.

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The next day, Cel’s style streak went on (and on) when she slayed at RVDK Ronald Van Der Klempt in a gray suit without a shirt underneath.

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She capped off her Wednesday at Valentino in a layered beige skirt and shawl ensemble with maroon accents.

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Dion started the next day off strong in leather-on-leather, rocking skinny patent leather pants, a maroon jacket with a black waist belt, black boots, and cat-eye sunglasses.

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In Celine (and her pantsuits) we trust.