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Céline Dion Recreated One Of Her '90s Music Videos For Instagram

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You can shop each of her outfits through the app, too

Céline Dion, the only fashion god I pray to, just made your shopping list a lot longer. The chanteuse recreated the music video for her 1996 song "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" specifically for Instagram, which made its debut on Wednesday, and each of her looks is shoppable through the app.


Dion wears a range of nostalgia-heavy outfits that will drive me straight into bankruptcy, including 18 brands and retailers across the entire fashion spectrum, from Revolve, Bebe, and Adam Selman to Michael Kors, Oscar de la Renta, Adidas, Good American, and many more. Every item worn by Dion herself is available through Checkout via Instagram Shopping.

Rihanna's former longtime stylist, Mel Ottenberg, was tapped to style the very fashionable video. On his Instagram Stories, he described Dion as a "dream queen." He is correct.

"Honey, over the top music videos never went out of style," Dion wrote on Instagram. "Had so much fun working with my friends at @Instagram to bring '90s style back for the holidays."

Over the past couple of years, Dion has enjoyed a renaissance as a fashion icon, dazzling each Paris Fashion Week and haute couture runway show with her capital-F fashion ensembles. During an interview on Good Morning America back in September, she spoke about her beloved style.

"I dress for me, the way I feel...I want to feel that I feel great about myself, I feel strong about myself, I feel good about my decisions with the help of a lot of people," she said. "It's all about courage and I think everyone should feel like that."

You can watch (and shop!) Dion's recreated "It's All Coming Back to Me Now" video, below.

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