Céline Dion Covers 'Harper's Bazaar' Icons Issue


It’s Céline Dion as you’ve never seen her before!

The Canadian singer appears on the cover of the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK sporting a dark bob and a striped Marc Jacobs dress with puffy polka dot accent.

Inside the special "Icons" issue, Dion is pictured wearing a black Alexander McQueen design.

The Harper’s Bazaar UK portfolio by global fashion director Carine Roitfeld, with photographs by Mario Sorrenti, also features singer Alicia Keys and several models and actresses.

Mario Sorrenti / Harper's Bazaar

“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,” explains Roitfeld, in a description.

“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.”

Dion, 51, kicks off the Courage World Tour in Quebec City on Sept. 18. There are also shows in Montreal, Ottawa and Toronto this year and April 2020 stops in Winnipeg, Saskatoon, Edmonton and Vancouver.

Her new album Courage comes out in November.