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Celine Dion steps out in £810 leather boots as she continues her style streak in Paris

The My Heart Will Go On signer waved to fans as she left the Royal Monceau Hotel

by Hanna Fillingham /


Celine Dion has become something of a fashion icon of late. And on Saturday, the Canadian singer was seen leaving her hotel in Paris in another head-turning outfit. The 49-year-old dressed her slim figure in a crisp white T-shirt tucked into a pair of statement khaki trousers that featured pockets and a camouflage print. A leather jacket and £810 leg-lengthening black leather ankle boots from Maison Margiela completed her look.

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Celine Dion stepped out in Paris in another stylish ensemble 

For accessories, Celine kept it simple with a black leather handbag and a pair of oversized sunglasses. Keeping her beauty look casual, Celine scraped her long, brunette hair back in a sleek pony tail and opted for natural make-up.

Celine's fearless approach to fashion has seen her wow fans with an array of stylish ensembles throughout her European tour, most recently in Paris. Last week, she stepped out in the French capital in an all-pink outfit, teaming a silk blouse with an A-line skirt and suede heel boots. A few days earlier, she rocked a snakeskin print coat with coordinating thigh-high boots and a matching bag, which she wore with a black mini dress and oversized aviators.

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Celine at the Billboard Music Awards

Back in May, Celine made the ultimate fashion statement at the Billboard Music Awards, arriving on the red carpet in a breathtaking white gown. Emulating an angel, the award-winning singer dazzled in the floor-length number, which featured oversized statement puff sleeves, a plunging neckline and an embellishment of gold studs. The design, created by Stephane Rolland Haute Couture, was completed with an elegant train.

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Celine's stylist has praised her for having "no fear" when it comes to fashion

The My Heart Will Go On Singer's stylist recently opened up to Vanity Fair about her fearless approach to fashion, saying: "Celine has no fear. And when you have that type of energy, you have this attitude that we can do whatever we want and we don’t care who likes it or dislikes it. Fashion is supposed to be polarizing. It has to be overwhelming."

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