Celine Dion’s stylists say she's 'fearless and fun’ to collaborate with

Singer Celine Dion is seen leaving the Alexandre Vauthier fashion show. Photographed by Marc Piasecki
Singer Celine Dion is seen leaving the Alexandre Vauthier fashion show. Photographed by Marc Piasecki
Marc Piasecki

The 'My Heart Will Go On' hitmaker frequently works with stylists Sydney Lopez and Pepe Munoz to create her looks.

They have both gushed over their experience of working with the musical icon, whom they praised for being "fearless and fun".

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Taking to Instagram, Pepe said, "Celine is absolutely fearless. She is not just wearing the clothes, she is performing in the clothes, and I think that is priceless."

The pair say there's "never a dull moment" when working with Celine, who is "unbelievably fun to collaborate with".

Pepe also explained, "I wish people could see what goes on in that room moments before she makes such a powerful exit! There is never a dull moment working here. It's a constant adventure."

Compiled by Futhi Masilela

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