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Celine Dion’s Vetements ‘Titanic’ Sweatshirt Costs More Than an Actual Titanic Ticket

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Celine Dion wearing Vetements's "Titanic" sweatshirt. Photo: @luxurylaw

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Celine Dion’s been hitting the Paris Fashion Week couture circuit hard these past few days, sitting front row at Christian Dior and Giambattista Valli’s shows and gallivanting around in appropriately luxe leather leggings and lots of diamond jewelry.

Clearly, however, Celine saved her best Paris outfit for last. The 48-year-old musical legend left her hotel today wearing Vetements’s $885 Titanic hoodie — a nod, of course, to “My Heart Will Go On,” the Oscar-winning theme song she contributed to the 1997 film.

Celine recently began working with a new stylist, Law Roach, who also dresses Zendaya and Ariana Grande. And while this might explain her current streak of excellent Balenciaga and Gucci outfits, this look is particular is sure to thrill anyone who still gets choked up at the sound of that flute. Roach posted a photo of Celine’s look on Instagram, calling it “legendary.” Indeed.


A photo posted by Law Roach (@luxurylaw) on

Looking to snag the sweatshirt for yourself? Not to sink your hopes (sorry), but despite its hefty price tag, the hoodie is completely sold out.

It’s worth mentioning that at $885, said sweatshirt costs more than a steerage ticket on the actual Titanic would run you today (somewhere between $298 and $793).