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New York nous voilà! Exciting trip to New York! Stay tuned! 😉🍎 - Team Céline #MetGala2017 #TheMet #MetGala #NewYork #NYC #CélineDion. 📷@denisetruscello
@Celinedion is ready for her first time at the Met Gala- turn up the volume to hear what she's wearing. 🎥: Celine attended Vogue's pre-Met gala party where she announced she'll be wearing Versace to the big event.
This is not a drill! @celinedion and @gucci's Alessandro Michele!!!! #harpersbazaar #americanexpress #gucci #celinedion #alessandromichele
Harper Bazaar's 150th Anniversary Party
The 2017 Met Gala will be Celine Dion's very first appearance at fashion's annual prom night. That might be hard to believe, given her impressive designer wardrobe, curated by stylist Law Roach, and newly launched accessory collection. But Celine's strides in the industry have been recent, which is why there's no better time for the star to make her debut at the ball.
At last night’s /April30,2017/ Harper’s Bazaar and American Express Platinum cocktail party at The Carlyle, we caught up with international superstar Céline Dion, who attended with her stylist, Law Roach. She revealed to us that she’ll be wearing a creation by Donatella Versace at tonight’s Met Gala, marking her first time attending fashion prom. “I’m just overwhelmed by doing the fittings and working late to make everything right. Donatella Versace is helping me, [creating] for me so many masterpieces. I’ll always be so thankful wearing so many pieces from [her line] for so many years,” Dion told The Daily. “After I had twins, for three months I was onstage, and she made me look like there were no twins that came out of me at all. She’s a wonderful person. It’s really amazing and thrilling to be here pre-Met to see so many talented people. You see, buy, and wear their creations. They help you to sing your songs and become the character you want to be by wearing them, but those magic hands working backstage…I’ve met a few tonight. They’re the real talented people we don’t see when we buy their clothes.”