If the dictionary definition of an icon - a person or thing regarded as worthy of veneration - is accurate, excuse us while we fall at the feet of Céline Dion.
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The legendary French-Canadian songstress touched down in France last weekend for the ultra-exclusive sartorial rendezvous that is Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week.
But despite a vast array of attention-grabbing runway shows from esteemed houses from Armani to Valentino, all eyes remained enthralled by the ensembles (and age-defying legs) of une femme: Ms Dion.
Sitting front row (pardon, FROW) at a countless number of designer fashion shows, Celine served look after look which has left us with one question: who's your stylist, C?
Catch every outfit that cemented Céline Dion's style icon status during the most fashionable week of the year.
The Chanel catsuit
Straight after her arrival in the City of Light, Celine is pictured leaving her hotel in Paris wearing a black Chanel catsuit featuring a logo belt and double C strap embellishments from the House's Spring 2019 collection.
The Miu Miu dress
Next, Céline is spotted in a strapless fuchsia ruche dress outside Miu Miu Club 2020 ahead of the major Haute Couture shows.
The Ronald van der Kemp tuxedo
Celine is seen out and about in Paris on June 30 wearing a kooky Ronald van der Kemp monochrome tuxedo jacket and kitsch, canary skirt with co-ordinating courts by Jimmy Choo, Glamour reports.
The Schiaparelli halterneck
It isn't all pleasure as Céline gets down to the business of attending Schiaparelli's first collection under the creative direction of Daniel Roseberry, wearing a custom look by Roseberry himself, naturally.
Céline accessorised with fabulously French leather opera gloves, a quirky fascinator by celebrity milliner Stephen Jones and classic black sunglasses by Féroce.
The Iris van Herpen conceptual creation
Keeping up her hectic schedule, Céline attends Iris van Herpen's couture show on July 1 in an almost hallucinogenic sculptured dress by the Dutch designer herself.
Later, she's spotted exploring Paris with her close confidant, backup dancer and 'image architect' Pepe Munoz near the Place Vendome.
The Alexandre Vauthier Grecian bridal gown
Not finished yet, Céline wows fashion critics with this off-the-shoulder ivory mini-dress by Alexandre Vauthier, featuring billowing sleeves and a puff ball hem line.
Looking every inch a Greek goddess, she teamed the look with exquisite gold heels by Gianvito Rossi and swept her honey brown hair into a tight ballerina bun on top of her head.
The Titanic tribute
In homage to one of her career defining songs, My Heart Will Go On, Céline wears a diamond and sapphire heart pendant remarkably reminiscent of the 'Heart of the Ocean' hardware from James Cameron's 1997 film, Titanic.
She also pays tribute to American heiress Paris Hilton with an 'I love Paris (Hilton)' t-shirt from Vetements, bejewelled cat eye sunglasses and an oversized grey menswear blazer.
The Valentino feathers
Finally, Céline flaunts her painfully perfect pins (which she attributes to regular ballet barre classes) in a white, delicately feathered and sequined high neck mini-dress by Maison Valentino for the Italian designers' runway exclusive on July 3.
Next year, we're coming with you, Céline.