Céline Dion teases new gender neutral clothing line that may change the way younger generations see fashion

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Celine Dion in Paris, France.
Celine Dion in Paris, France.

"It's okay, it's okay. I'm Céline Dion," she tells the camera, as what may be a fashion police officer slams her to the ground and handcuffs Ms Dion in a 10-second video clip, which the award-winning singer dropped on Twitter yesterday.

There's no way the music and style icon would be getting charged for committing a fashion crime in this dramatic clip, though. Especially if any of these looks are anything to go by:

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Celine Dion in Paris, France, 2017
Celine Dion, Paris, 2017


But back to the teaser Céline Dion posted on social media lest we get lost in the Dionaissance - what's she releasing? What is celinununu.com about to offer the world? A bespoke range of thigh-high boots? Luxury drape-like coats? Or a limited edition range of her signature designer sunglasses? Oh, our innermost wealthy divas can only dream.

The 'New Day Has Come' singer is, in fact, ushering in something new for little ones ("nununu" hints at this) - a gender neutral children's clothing line.

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We followed the link and honestly, we're tempted to buy based purely on the principles its founded upon;

Celinununu unites two forces by one voice: fashion has the power to shape people's minds. Inspire your children to be free and find their own individuality through clothes.

Gone are the days of assigning pink and blue clothes to children based on gender, because a fair amount of new generation parents are welcoming fluidity in clothing for their kids. It's therefore not surprising that a mother like Celine Dion, who is raising three sons, would launch such a range. The teen son might not have a size, but her 8-year-old twins will most likely be the first to create a stir on the playground in mom's new gender neutral trendy range.

According to The Cut, the Celinununu site "also has little nuggets of parenting wisdom peppered throughout." Our personal favourite is "Raise boys and girls the same way"; a famous quote by American artist Jenny Holzer. 

In more good news, Celinununu ships to South Africa. The site is live and ready for you to shop.

Until then, the rest of us larger humans will just have to wait until Céline Dion launches some of the above suggestions for fashion enthusiasts like herself. 

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