Celine Dion steps out in Berlin wearing £2,795 Saint Laurent leather shirt

The French singer looked fabulous as she enjoyed time in Berlin

Hanna Fillingham

Celine Dion worked a seriously stylish outfit when she stepped out in Berlin on Monday in the midst of her European tour. The My Heart Will Go On singer opted for an edgy look, rocking a drop puff sleeve leather shirt by luxury French label Saint Laurent. The fashion-forward design featured a classic collar, dropped shoulders and a front button fastening, and retails on Farfetch for £2,795. Celine teamed the piece with a pair of athleisure drawstring trousers and lace-up boots. To accessorise, she opted for a leather shoulder bag and retro shades. With her auburn hair styled in a messy bun and minimal make-up, Celine, 49, looked a picture of cool as she waved outside her hotel to adoring fans.

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Celine rocked an all-leather look as she stepped out in Berlin

On Sunday, Celine made another bold fashion statement while out in Paris, wearing a colourful jacket complete with shoulder pads, flared sleeves and a turtle neck collar. The show-stopping design was paired with wide-legged trousers and a green crocodile skin shoulder bag by Dior.


Celine has been spotted in many vibrant outfits of late

Celine has become a bit of a fashion icon of late, and has been captured in an array of fabulous designs, including a three-piece floral-print suit by Roberto Cavalli while in the French capital last month. Her brightly coloured ensemble gave a firm nod to the balmy summer temperatures as she walked through the city. She accessorised with a white bowling bag and a pair of sunglasses.

Celine previously admitted that she has a warehouse space full of old outfits as she struggles to give them away once she has worn them, and that she has become a bit of a clothes hoarder as a result. "I cannot give anything away because every piece that I buy has brought me to where I am...," the I Drove All Night singer explained during a chat with WWD. "They're part of every step that I take. I have 10,000 pairs of shoes."

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