Are there any celebrities who don't design clothes? If yesterday we showed you the new fashion collections created by artists like Lucero and Ninel Conde, and you already know about Thalía's line for Macys or Cardy B for Fashion Nova, the last to jump on the fashion band has been the singer Canadian Celine Dion.
Unlike her fellow professionals, Celine has chosen to put aside evening and gala outfits to focus on design for children. In her first fashion adventure, My Heart singer Will Go On has collaborated with the Israeli firm Nununu, which advocates neutral, genderless clothing for boys.
But the most shocking of the premiere has not been the collection itself, but this announcement that the singer herself has published on her Instagram account in which she becomes a justice or godmother for the cause of "breaking the rules" and wear neutral children's clothing taking it to comical extremes.
From skull leggings to mini version leather jackets and star print dresses and tutu skirts, the collection includes very different styles for, as the brand explains, “inspire your children to be free and express their own individuality through clothes".
The pieces are already on sale on the brand's website (celinenununu.com) and prices range from $ 20 for a baby hat to $ 90 for a biker-style leather jacket.