Celine Dion is a fierce queen on limited edition ICONS cover

Celine Dion is joined by the likes of Regina King, Kate Moss and Alicia Keys for a series of stunning limited edition covers of Harper’s Bazaar magazine.

Styled by Carine Roitfeld and shot by Mario Sorrenti, Celine looks like the fierce queen she is wearing a stripe dress and oversized polka dot ruched sleeves, paired with a severe short black bob.

Created in black and white, the striking image is complimented by a second shot of the singer in a structured blazer dress with 80s power shoulders and a strong black eyeliner.

The series focuses on talent that the magazine call independents, those ‘who break rules, inspire and set precedents’.

‘To me there is nothing more iconic than being singular – no one before you or after… and no copycats because they would not know where to start,’ said Harper’s Bazaar’s global fashion director Carine Roitfeld of the pictures, which also feature Lakeith Steinfeld and Devon Aoki.

‘But beyond being unique and talented, the 10 cultural forces in this year’s Icons portfolio have expanded, redefined, or completely dispensed with accepted notions, expected behaviours, previous templates, and any rules about their crafts.

‘Their attitude and confidence is an inspiration.’

Earlier in 2019 Celine wrapped up her Las Vegas residency after 12 years, so you’d understand if she wanted to be more low-key for a while.

But in July she bought the show to Hyde Park as part of the Barclaycard British Summer Time series, proving that Celine doesn’t need to actually be in Sin City to bring the razzle dazzle.

The superstar delighted Hyde Park with a setlist crammed with 90s classic ballads, and threw in a bit of comedy and four costume changes for good measure.

Opening with The Power Of Love, Celine showed that her voice is strong enough to carry a show on its own with ease, hitting every high note effortlessly.

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