We’ve got to admit, if you’d have told us a few months ago here at Looker HQ we’d be sat writing a blog post on Celine Dion being the best dressed celebrity on Instagram, we’d have flipped our hair and strutted away tutting and rolling our eyes but, as this year has already proved on numerous occasions so far – anything is possible.

Eternal diva Celine has had a difficult few years, but like all legends she’s emerged from it better than ever and undergone one of the biggest style transformations Looker has ever seen. Gone are the backwards tuxedos and trilbys, glow-ed up into the most beautiful beautiful designer pieces and show-stopping couture creations. How do you out-diva a diva? Well, take lessons from Ms Dion. 

It would be impossible to choose just one of the Canadian songstresses amazing new looks so just enjoy a few of our favourites below…

Looking every bit the living legend that she is at the Billboard Music Awards in May in a Stephane Rolland dress. Talk about making a statement… she must have seen our previous blog post about statement sleeves 💁

Never one to shy away from the camera, Celine schools us all in how to wear animal print to the full in this snakeskin Rochas coat and Balmain boots. Sssssensational.

Giving us all major couture envy at Paris Fashion Week, Celine more or less confirmed she’s probably one of those women who can wear white and not spill.

Repping her namesake in this *incredible* Céline blouse and Giuseppe Zanotti heels in a totally casual, not-staged-at-all candid photo.

Appropriately hash tagged ‘#CelineTakesCouture’ on Instagram the singer is slaying us all in this Bibihumohapatra ensemble. Yes Girl!

Last but not least let’s not forget the amazing Vogue video featuring Queen Celine modelling the best of French fashion in Paris… 2017 Celine Dion, we are not worthy!


Feeling inspired by Celine’s style makeover? Why not head over to the Looker app and see how our Looker’s are styling the latest trends.

Cover image via @CelineDion on Instagram

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