Celine Dion is on a fashion winning streak and she’s not looking to give up her title any time soon.
The Canadian songstress is on the European leg of her summer tour and has been stunning fans both on and off stage with her outfits of late.
Last week, she embraced her inner hippy with a psychedelic-inspired outfit complete with flared pants, vest and overcoat. This week, she turned to the 1950s for a perfectly put-together pink outfit that had heads turning on the streets of Paris.
Dion was snapped exiting her hotel in a pair of towering pink heels with matching handbag and aviator sunglasses.
She wore a tight pencil skirt that finished below the knee – as was customary in the 50s – and finished the look with a tailored blouse and a billowing overcoat decorated with intricate beading.
Dion, 49, is known for her daring looks and hasn’t been afraid to sport risky outfits on the red carpet.
She’s also be ramping it up on stage lately with costumes for her tour featuring a series of sparkly, sequinned numbers.
While many of her concerts for the European tour have already sold out, fans in Manchester, England were told last week they’ll have to miss out after Dion was forced to cancel the show.
The concert was originally scheduled to take place at the same venue where the Manchester terror attack happened in May.
The singer posted on her Facebook page that the concert would be moved to a nearby city, but that all Manchester ticket holders would be given a full refund and first preference to purchase new tickets for the show.