Celine Dion Poses Braless in ‘Vogue France’ Photo Shoot – Hollywood Life


Celine Dion on the cover of Vogue France

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Image Credit: Cass Bird/Vogue France

Celine Dion‘s latest Vogue France photo shoot is nothing short of empowering. The 56-year-old ballad maker posed in multiple looks for the magazine’s newest difficulty, and the Grammy winner even went fully braless — and barely naked chested — for one picture.

In the black-and-white snapshot, Celine wore a white overused button-down high, which was partly open. To cowl her uncovered breast, she positioned her hand over her chest and in addition wore a pair of mini white shorts. In one other cowl shot, Celine posed in a puffy pink strapless costume.

Celine Dion on the cover of Vogue France
Cass Bird/Vogue France

Other outfits featured one outsized brown trench coat draped over a coordinating, belted form-fitting costume. In one other picture, the musician posed on the bottom in a singular white frock.

As the model icon that she is, Celine defined to the journal that she finds shopping for vogue items from designers a “form of respect” and described her love for model.

Celine Dion
Cass Bird/Vogue France

“I have always bought everything myself,” she famous. “I didn’t want to borrow. It’s a form of respect. People pay to come and hear me sing, so I pay to buy myself clothes by designers.”

The “My Heart Will Go On” hitmaker continued, “I wouldn’t go as far as saying that I collaborate with the designers, as this would be very pretentious of me. On the other hand, I can say that, all my life, my mother mended my tights, sweaters, coats and mittens, all my little things for winter. I was very lucky, because I had 13 brothers and sisters, and I got everyone’s hand-me-downs.”

Celine Dion on the 2024 cover of Vogue France
Cass Bird/Vogue France

While recalling the early days of her profession, Celine additionally famous, “When I got my first paycheck, my first paid television appearances, I bought clothes for myself and dressed myself. With my first successes, I bought a house for myself and my husband, and for my parents and some family members too. After my first album in English, I was able to buy clothes by designers, and I started to read fashion magazines.”

Celine Dion posing for Vogue France
Cass Bird/Vogue France

As some of the well-known music icons within the enterprise, fame can carry undesirable pressured. However, Celine expressed nothing however graciousness, noting that fame has “made [her] want to never give up on anything.”

“I was born to communicate on stage, with my team, and with my voice, and with my fans. It’s about sharing,” she clarified. “I was [born] to do that. When I found myself on stage for the first time, in Québec, I caught the bug! What has fame taken away from me? Nothing? Because I live every day, and I move forward.”


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