The shoes, which appear to have a paper upper, were created as a “one-of-a-kind art piece” by Toronto-based set designer Caitlin Doherty. The upper has layered flames, while the heel of the shoe features a full-length phoenix, with head, wings and tail.
Dion teamed the custom stilettos with a sparkling red dress. The gown featured a thigh-high slit, perfect for spotlighting the shoes.
On the heels of releasing her new album, Courage, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 in late November, the Canadian superstar took some time to pose with collaborators on her new song "The Chase" before her Dec. 9 show at the Scotiabank Arena.
"While in Toronto, I had the chance to thank Craig McConnell, Liz Rodrigues and Jessica Mitchell, who wrote 'The Chase,'" Dion captioned the Instagram photo on Saturday (Dec. 21).
It seems that Céline Dion always manages to turn the streets into her runway.
Case in point? While out in New York on Saturday ahead of a concert, the Canadian songstress sported a Brandon Maxwell outfit with plenty of flair. Dion wore a coat and skinny jeans from the brand’s pre-fall ’20 collection. The jeans were relatively simple, and the coat was anything but, with a sweeping floor-length train and belted waist.
Dion kept the drama going with her footwear, selecting black over-the-knee boots with a slim stiletto heel and pointed toe. The shoes appeared to be fabricated from suede.