Celine Dion Is Launching A Clothing Line

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Want more Celine Dion in your life? Well now you can, with the launch of her new lifestyle collection.

According to Billboard, the 48-year-old Canadian songstress will be releasing a lifestyle brand with Epic Rights, which will consist of clothing, beauty, eyewear and home goods. Everything in the collection is said to be modelled after the "All By Myself" singer's values: "family, music, entertainment and style."

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Celine Dion poses in the press room during the 2016 Billboard Music Awards on May 22, 2016 in Las Vegas.

"In today's world, you need a coordinating and consistent branded approach to everything," Dell Furano, CEO of Epic Rights, told Billboard. "On a global level, [artists] need to combine all areas—their music, performances, touring, website, social media—and launching a lifestyle brand was just a natural extension for Celine at this point in her career, particularly because it's all from her point of view."

Currently, the line doesn't have a name, so they're calling the brand Celine Dion as a placeholder. The collection is set to roll out starting fall 2017 over an 18-month period, starting with the active wear, accessories, eyewear, beauty and travel products. The rest of the new product lines will be released over the next three years.

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"This is a very organized, very well thought out program," Furano said to Billboard. "And what makes this unique from [other artist programs] is simple: it is Celine herself."

Dion, whose husband and manager, René Angélil, died in January, recently received the ICON Award at the 2016 Billboard Music Awards in May. Dion's son, René-Charles Angélil, presented her with the award, which Celine dedicated to her late husband.

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