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Celine Dion's stylist talks her fearless new look

Published 04/07/2016

Celine Dion
Celine Dion

Celine Dion stylist Law Roach is excited by the singer's "fearless" approach to high-fashion.

Celine Dion's stylist describes the singer has being "fearless" when it comes to experimenting with fashion.

The Canadian performer has been working with up-and-coming stylist Law Roach, the man behind actress Zendaya and singer Ariana Grande's red carpet looks, for the last couple of weeks. And her sophisticated new style has certainly set the Internet abuzz, with fans praising the series of fashion-forward ensembles Celine has been spotted wearing in recent weeks.

The 48-year-old oozed glamour on Saturday (02Jul16) when she stepped out in Paris ahead of her show at the AccorHotels Arena wearing a fitted dove grey coat, cinched in at the waist with a delicate belt, while a thin cotton scarf was wrapped around her neck. Highlighting her slender frame, the Power Of Love singer, who sadly lost her manager husband Rene Angelil in January (16) after a long battle with cancer, also wore a pair of grey suede thigh-high boots and accessorised with a matching trilby hat and chunky silver rings. She's also sported an acid green Balenciaga dress and a structured chequered white and purple coat on her tour of the French capital, as well as added a Fendi robe coat and plenty of Saint Laurent to her personal wardrobe.

"Celine is very into fashion, what’s in fashion, what’s going on, and who’s relevant," Law explained to Vogue.com. "She really knows fashion. She looks at VogueRunway.com and at the magazine, so she knows what’s current and she also knows exactly what she likes - and she’s fearless."

Law adds that Celine is a "very educated consumer" and appreciates couture. But the self-proclaimed "image architect" also shared that while he's excited by the attention the mother-of-three's ensembles have garnered, it wasn't his expectation.

"I don’t really style and think, ‘Oh, this is going to get good press.’ I really focus on doing my job, and it makes me feel happy when my clients feel beautiful," he said. "Everything else is icing on the cake. Us getting this amount of attention in this short period of time is so flattering and humbling to me."

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