Dion then proved that she’s one of the very best at pulling off a trendy power fit.
She wore a metallic grey fit by Ronald Van Der Kemp for the designer’s show in January.
She then put an unexpected chic spin on a traditional grassy field dress.
Dion wore a ruffled floral gown by Batsheva with a green jacket and burgundy boots by Gabriela Hearst.
She also put a daring large spin on the jumpsuit pattern in January.
Dion then took the program in a rippling tulle coat by Oscar de la Renta.
The $2,443 eye-catching coat featured an oversized bow tied at the waist, which she used over a black mock-neck top and matching skirt by The Row.
She was then spotted on the streets of Paris in a neon-yellow ensemble.
In January, she was found in a head-turning appearance from Calvin Klein.
She used a light-blue blazer over an orange-red sweater and black trousers, while her red Saint Laurent pumps added an additional pop of color. The most attractive part of the appearance was the leopard-print waist apron, an unexpected and bold accessory.
In February, Dion proved she could still make an all-black ensemble entirely eye-catching.
She paired a long black coat with matching flowy trousers and boots.
In May, she totally nailed the “camp” theme for the 2019 Met Gala.
In June, she was spotted wearing a $4,400 Chanel jumpsuit in Paris ahead of Haute Couture Paris Fashion Week.
She later became an equally appealing and colorful ensemble.
She then changed into a pink celebration gown by Miu Miu.
The hot-pink dress featured a lot of ruffles and a black bow atop its thigh-high slit.
She then paired an appealing yellow skirt with mismatched pumps.
Dion ended June with a picture shoot outside of the Eiffel Towel in an outfit that blended a variety of colors.
She wore a long-sleeve, various colored dress with an oversized green bow at the waist. Dion combined the gown with dark-red stockings, white peep-toe heels, and an edgy spiked choker locket.
She later altered into a fluffy, camouflage-print coat.
She then marched in among her most bold appearances yet.
Dion wore a design by Iris van Herpen which featured wavy transparent layers.
She then went with a more heavenly look while going to the Alexandre Vauthier show throughout Haute Couture Paris Style Week.