If you’ve got an internet connection and a pulse (which we assume you do, if you’re reading this), you’ve probably noticed that The Right Honourable Grand Duchess Queen Majesty Céline Marie Claudette Dion has been out this week totally eviscerating Haute Couture Paris Fashion Week. We certainly noticed and we. are. LIVING.
From stunning ethereal goddesswear to Titanic references to redefining “prom queen,” Céline has been consistently reminding us this week why we anointed her Queen of Canada, the world and the universe. We stan so hard, it hurts.
So to truly pay homage to our supreme leader, we’ve put together all her gag-worthy looks from PFW.
All the times Queen Céline gave us life at Paris Fashion Week
Sandy in ChanelAdmittedly this Chanel look (oh was it Chanel? We couldn’t tell) was before PFW started, but Céline arrived in Paris in this Sandy-from-Grease ensemble we just can’t overlook. Who said cropped leggings weren’t high fashion? Well, they can take that up with our boss, Miss Dion. Marc Piasecki/GC Images
Prom QueenNever did we ever think hot pink ruching could look this good. It’s like our prom nightmare brought to life but with a wild twist—it actually looks incredible. Every element of this Miu Miu outfit feels like it should ruin the whole thing—the colour, the bow, the gathering—but somehow, Céline makes it all look flawless while also pulling off sparkly pink eyeshadow at 51? Stop it. Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images
Big Bird, but make it FashionBig Bird is shaking after Céline showed him up in his own signature look. In this Ronald Van Der Kemp outfit, she’s the most glamourous character on Sesame Street or the most fabulous cartoon to ever grace a children’s TV show. Who else could pull off canary yellow corkscrew curls as a skirt? No one but our sovereign. Marc Piasecki/GC Images
Dark MarilynThe Blonde Bombshell was back with a gothic twist this week when Céline attended the Schiaparelli show in an ensemble drawing influence from Marilyn Monroe’s emblematic white Seven Year Itch dress. With leather gloves, gravity-defying fascinator and that smoldering look, this is a Dark Marilyn fit for 2019. Stephane Cardinale - Corbis/Corbis via Getty Images
Lady in RedCéline Dion and Iris Van Herpen were a match made in fashion heaven. Van Herpen is all about pieces that are more feats of engineering and wild optical illusions than clothing and it takes a real fashion master to pull off her creations. Obviously, Céline is that fashion master. Mehdi Taamallah/NurPhoto via Getty Images
Literal GoddessThis Alexandre Vauthier look paid my bills, cleared my skin, watered my plants and helped me get over my ex. This is the epitome of everything Céline is and stands for. This photo should go up next to the Mona Lisa. Heck, this photo should go up on top of the Mona Lisa. We are not worthy. Edward Berthelot/GC Images
Heart of ParisThis look would be instantly flawless if it was just an oversized blazer, graphic T and mini skirt, but of course Céline upped the ante by wearing a replica Heart of the Ocean necklace from Titanic. Is it odd that we associate Céline more with that movie than we do Kate and Leo? Follow-up question: is it odd that we still listen to “My Heart Will Go On” on repeat at least once a week? Mehdi Taamallah/NurPhoto via Getty Images
Modern FlapperPFW was winding down but our style overlord was not. Céline is redefining every era and decade and this was her modernization of the '20s flapper (or so we surmise). She’s so chic it kills us, brings us back to life, and then cradles us in a warm embrace. We are at peace in this turbulent world. Merci, Céline.Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images