Don’t call Céline Dion the ‘queen’ of fashion – Page Six
Céline Dion may be one of the world’s most stylish celebrities but don’t call her the queen of fashion.
“I never really like to see myself as the queen,” the 51-year-old pop icon told CR Fashion Book. “I’m not playing queen, I don’t want to be the queen. I’m the boss. That’s different. I’m the mother, I’m the boss, I’m in charge of my decisions with my team. I try to make the best of myself, to accomplish something, to always put the bar as high as I can.”
Dion posed for two different covers for the magazine’s September issue, both of which play with perspective and proportion via digital distortion. On one, the Gucci-clad “My Heart Will Go On” hitmaker gazes at the camera from high atop the Eiffel Tower; the other features a risqué upskirt-style shot of the star in a Saint Laurent tutu, a concept Dion said she was game to try.
“I mean, five years ago I would never let [a photographer] near up past my kneecap, you know? Who would go under my tutu? Nobody. I mean, nobody. My husband, that was it. But I was just like, ‘Alright, here we go!’” she shared.
Dion, who kicks off her world tour in support of her upcoming album “Courage” on September 18, used the interview to shed some light on her personal style. “I seek clothes that make me feel sexy, approachable, fierce, edgy, glamorous, fun,” she explained.
“I’m crazy about clothes. They help me to express myself, as if borrowing characters to help me perform … They’re like songs. I don’t do ballads all the time; I have up-tempo songs as well.”
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