Celine Dion only wears outfits which make her feel ‘strong’

Celine Dion only wants to wear outfits which make her feel “strong”.The Canadian superstar first began her transformation from popstar to chic fashionista back in 2016 after she hired stylist Law Roach to switch-up her wardrobe and stage outfits for he…

Celine Dion only wants to wear outfits which make her feel “strong”.

The Canadian superstar first began her transformation from popstar to chic fashionista back in 2016 after she hired stylist Law Roach to switch-up her wardrobe and stage outfits for her Las Vegas residency gigs.

Now, she’s rocking pieces from the likes of Vetements, Off-White, and Chanel, and accordingly, credits her bold fashion choices to her fearless approach to life.

“So, courage… it represents a whole new life for me, my album, the tour, the way to dress, the way to say you can’t please everyone,” Celine told Entertainment Tonight. “I dress for me; the way I feel. I want to feel that I feel great about myself, I feel strong about myself, I feel good about my decisions with the help of a lot of people, but it’s all about courage and I think everyone should feel like that.”

The My Heart Will Go On hitmaker is releasing a new album, aptly titled Courage, in November and is overjoyed to have control over her music.

“I think I was always courageous. I hope it doesn’t sound pretentious to say that, but I always stressed a lot. We always kind of like just do whatever they suggest to me – not that I was a robot or anything, not to sound kind of weird, like, ‘Do this, do that.’ But I feel like right now I’m more in charge than ever before and this is definitely a part of my life where the maturity kicks in,” the 51-year-old smiled.

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Marc Jacobs serves up joyful spectacle for spring 2020

Marc Jacobs has dished up a joyful yet nostalgic collection for spring/summer 2020.The designer unveiled his latest line at the Park Avenue Armory as part of New York Fashion Week on Wednesday, with celebrity guests including Zendaya, Law Roach, Debi M…

Marc Jacobs has dished up a joyful yet nostalgic collection for spring/summer 2020.

The designer unveiled his latest line at the Park Avenue Armory as part of New York Fashion Week on Wednesday, with celebrity guests including Zendaya, Law Roach, Debi Mazar, Anwar Hadid, Dua Lipa, and Migos’ Offset and Quavo.

Regarding the inspiration behind the spectacle, Jacobs commented that he wanted to reflect on the past whilst also presenting an optimistic view of the future.

“This show is a celebration of life, joy, equality, individuality, optimism, happiness, indulgence, dreams and a future unwritten as we continue to learn from our past and the history of fashion,” he shared in the show notes, before going on to refer to major stars who passed away in the recent years who have influenced him. “From the genius of Karl (Lagerfeld), the cheerful and bright-eyed positivity of Doris Day, the incomparable timeless style of Lee Radziwill and the effortless coolness of Anita Pallenberg that endures a half-century later… As with closely guarded tradition, tonight is our reminder of the joy in dressing up, our unadulterated love of fashion and embracing grand gestures of unbridled expressions, reactions, ideas, and possibilities.”

After a diverse set of models flooded the venue while classic song Dream a Little Dream of Me played in the background, they then each took to the runway in the centre of the room, and the show opened with a yellow suit with matching hat, purple scarf, and lavender suede boots.

Jacobs proceeded to take fashionistas through a journey of fashion trends extending back through several decades, with highlights including a ’60s-inspired burnt orange dress with white floral appliques attached, ice-blue satin disco trousers, a green tweed suit paired with extravagant butterfly-shaped glasses, gold lame gowns, star-studded suede coats, floral print peasant-style dresses, and 1940s-influenced pinstripe suits.

Gigi Hadid walked the runway in a pale blue dress barefoot, her sister Bella Hadid sported a pink knit top, lilac jeans, and a grey hat, while Kaia Gerber made a splash in a flowing floral dress with dramatic sleeves.

And Jacobs also appeared to reference the costumes in new HBO series Euphoria, especially in relation to neon brights and shiny tights, as well as the metallic eyeshadow Pat McGrath swiped on many of the models’ lids.

Brock Collection and Badgley Mischka also presented on the final day of New York Fashion Week.

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Zendaya feared she’d be set on fire by Cinderella-inspired 2019 Met Gala gown

Zendaya feared she would be set on fire by her Cinderella-inspired gown at the 2019 Met Gala after it began to overheat.The 22-year-old stepped onto the red carpet at the prestigious fashion event back in May with stylist Law Roach, who acted as her Fa…

Zendaya feared she would be set on fire by her Cinderella-inspired gown at the 2019 Met Gala after it began to overheat.

The 22-year-old stepped onto the red carpet at the prestigious fashion event back in May with stylist Law Roach, who acted as her Fairy Godmother.

He found Zendaya’s Tommy Hilfiger dress and made it glow blue, transforming her into a real-life Disney princess on the red carpet.

However, the Spider-Man: Far From Home star revealed that there was a team of people controlling the dress from the stands overlooking the red carpet at the Met Gala.

“The dress was like a science project,” she told Vogue.com. “It was animatronic, and there were literally two people in the stands moving it with remote controls. I had no idea that it was going to heat up because there were so many batteries and wires in it.

“It got really hot – like, I was a little bit scared – and I just said, ‘I should probably get this off before I roast…'”

The Tommy Hilfiger tribute to Cinderella was a hit on social media, however, there was one famous face who disapproved of the star’s Met Gala look.

Commenting on an image of Zendaya on the social media site, Mean Girls star Lindsay Lohan raged: “Claire Danes did that with @ZacPosen already.”

The 32-year-old then addressed the Homeland star directly, and complimented the actress, who wore a similar style to the bash three years ago.

“@ClaireDanes, you wore this dress so beautifully,” she added. “I don’t know why someone thinks that they can be more chic. Ever.”

Zendaya later responded to Lindsay’s criticism in an interview, and said was unaffected by the unnecessary comments.

“Maybe in some strange way, that comment made them feel better that day. People are only negative because negativity is eating away at them,” she added.

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Law Roach: ‘Ariana Grande owns her iconic look’

Law Roach is confident Ariana Grande won’t be switching up her “iconic” look any time soon.The 25-year-old kicked off her eagerly awaited Sweetener World Tour in New York on Monday night (18Mar19), with her long-time stylist Law once again curati…

Law Roach is confident Ariana Grande won’t be switching up her “iconic” look any time soon.

The 25-year-old kicked off her eagerly awaited Sweetener World Tour in New York on Monday night (18Mar19), with her long-time stylist Law once again curating her looks for the 80-date trek.

Speaking to Page Six about Ariana’s signature style, Law gushed: “Ariana Grande is absolutely iconic. The ponytail is iconic. The A-line skirts are iconic. The over-the-knee boots are iconic. For me, it’s a formula to play with.”

“(The look is) authentic to her, she owns that space and I don’t think she should change or try to change to please anybody. She owns the ponytail. If you put that silhouette behind a screen and backlit it, everyone in the world would see that and say, ‘That’s Ariana Grande.’ And that’s powerful!”

Fans got their first glimpse at her tour wardrobe at the Times Union Center in Albany on Monday. Showing off her flat stomach in a series of mini skirt and bralette combos, Ariana wowed the audience with her vocals and outfits. Michael Ngo was behind a lot of the looks, including a pink PVC bra top and matching bottoms with a garter skirt.

“I can tell you that I’ve never seen Ariana this excited (about her outfits),” Law continued. “She’s in a place now that she’s never been as a woman, as a human, as a musician, as an artist.”

Ariana will next be taking the Sweetener World Tour to Boston on Wednesday.

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Law Roach: ‘My clients have conviction in their clothes’

Stylist Law Roach’s A-list clientele don’t care what people say about their wardrobe choices.Style trailblazers Zendaya, Celine Dion and Ruby Rose are all on his roster, with Law helping each star establish themselves as a force to be reckoned with on …

Stylist Law Roach’s A-list clientele don’t care what people say about their wardrobe choices.

Style trailblazers Zendaya, Celine Dion and Ruby Rose are all on his roster, with Law helping each star establish themselves as a force to be reckoned with on the red carpet.

Talking to The Guardian, Law explained of his approach to styling: “You want to play, and you want to take risks. My clients also don’t care what people say.”

Case in point is 22-year-old Zendaya’s 2016 Grammy Awards vibe.

“We went to the Grammys after David Bowie had just passed, and she wore a tuxedo and a mullet in homage. You’ve got to be a strong girl to do that on the red carpet,” he praised. “You have to have conviction to say, ‘I like this, and I think I look cool, and f**k you to everybody who doesn’t.’ I think all my girls have an element of ‘f**k you’ in them.”

Law is also the man behind The Greatest Showman star’s 2015 Oscars outfit, a look which prompted TV presenter Giuliana Rancic to comment that Zendaya, who wore a cream silk Vivienne Westwood dress and her hair in dreadlocks, looked like she smelled of “patchouli oil. Or weed”.

Giuliana’s throwaway remark led to a public outcry, which America’s Next Top Model judge Law is certain helped to change the conversation around black hair.

“What’s appropriate for black hair at the Oscars. What’s appropriate for black hair in the workplace. That story got billions of impressions, and I believe it did help to bring about change,” he said.

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Law Roach styles first runway for Bosideng

Law Roach styled his very first runway show for Bosideng during New York Fashion Week.The celebrity stylist has previously worked with A-listers including Ariana Grande, Zendaya and Celine Dion, but has never been responsible for a catwalk before. And …

Law Roach styled his very first runway show for Bosideng during New York Fashion Week.

The celebrity stylist has previously worked with A-listers including Ariana Grande, Zendaya and Celine Dion, but has never been responsible for a catwalk before.

And in an interview with WWD, Law explained that working with the sporty label was the perfect way to achieve a career milestone.

“I was super-excited that they did (choose me). It was my first time styling at a New York Fashion Week show. It was exciting,” he beamed. “I’m actually really flattered and honoured that this brand chose me. They could have easily used a stylist from Shanghai or somewhere else. The fact that they saw something in my work that made them want to collaborate with me was like, ‘Wow.’”

Bosideng launched in 1976 and is currently the largest down clothing company in China, with its headquarters is based in Shanghai. This meant that the American fashion expert’s first runway gig was a particularly memorable experience, as he had to navigate working alongside many non-English speakers, while he didn’t speak Mandarin.

“It was challenging but also amazing how the language of fashion is so universal — so many of the things that we were doing, we just understood each other,” he insisted, adding that even with the language barrier, he had an instant connection with Bosideng designer Zhu Lin. “It was so weird, because it was like we were the same person.”

The catwalk show took place at the Spring Studios in New York City on Tuesday (11Sep18). Supermodel Alessandra Ambrosio opened the show while celebrity attendees included Anne Hathaway, Jeremy Renner and Olivia Palermo.

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