Céline Dion never ceases to surprise; since her early days in the musical spotlight she’s been under the microscope for her sartorial style choices as much as her stage presence. Yesterday, however, the singer shared a cryptic video on her Instagram which hinted at the launch of a clothing line.
The video post shows the singer being handcuffed and hauled away, while dramatically declaring, “It’s okay—I’m Celine Dion”, followed by an announcement of the new website (which went live today).
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Dubbed Célinenununu, and created in collaboration with Israeli brand NUNUNU, the line is for children and embraces gender-neutral dressing, including unisex leather jackets ($290), graphic sweaters varying from $60 to $65, leggings ($44), and pants priced around $60. All quite cute, we might add.
“CELINUNUNU unites two forces by one voice: Fashion has the power to shape people’s minds. Inspire your children to be free and find their own individuality through clothes.”
The new clothing line isn’t the first venture of its kind for the mother-of-three. Last year she launched a self-titled lifestyle collection. Shop the collection, and see more here.