These pictures just make us want to shout “CELIIIIIIIIIIIIINE!!!!!!!!!” at the top of our lungs, which means you probably shouldn’t expect a lot of serious fashion criticism. Not that we’re huge fans of her music; just that we LOVE how fashion-minded she’s become in recent years and we especially love her relationship with the House of Schiaparelli, which seems to know exactly what Miss Lady needs, judging by these looks. It’s not often you see major singing stars ripping looks right off a runway to wear in concert, but Miss Celine and the House clearly see eye to eye.
Lovely and dramatic. Like all of these looks, you could see it clearly from the back row. And like all of these looks, they create a very specific mood for each part of her set. This, we suppose, is her more romantic portion of the program.
And this is obviously when she gets her Elvis on. What a spectacular suit. It looks better on her than the model.
And here is her “chanteuse” look, perfect for whatever cry-singing torch songs she plans on unleashing. We can understand why she didn’t go for the face on the dress, which would have been extremely distracting and almost certainly confusing to the back row, but the dress is fairly simple without it.
And finally, there’s the rocker chick/party girl look, suitable for whatever she sings to get the crowd on their feet. From a fashion perspective, we can’t say we love this dress. The shoulder treatment alone makes it a bit too retro sci-fi for our tastes. But bless Miss Celine’s team, they leaned right into that by putting her in a pair of glittery space boots. They turn a questionable dress into a perfect bit of stagewear, even if the chicness level goes down and the goofy level goes way up. But isn’t that the whole point of Miss Celine’s appeal? The dramatic, the chic and the goofy, all in one package?
1st Look: Schiaparelli Pink Silk Chiffon Gown from the Fall 2017 Couture Collection
2nd Look: Schiaparelli Golden Brocade Suit from the Fall 2015 Couture Collection
3rd Look: Schiaparelli Asymmetrical Black Silk Double Satin Dress from the Fall 2016 Couture Collection
4th Look: Schiaparelli Metallic Blue Fringed Tunic-dress from the Fall 2016 Couture Collection
Styled by Pepe Muñoz
[Photo Credit: Denise Truscello/Schiaparelli, vogue.com]