Dion's stylist helped her through the griev­ing process

Kuwait Times - - LIFESTYLE -

Ce­line Dion cred­its her stylist for help­ing her through the "griev­ing process" fol­low­ing her hus­band's death. The 'Be­cause You Loved Me' hit­maker lost her spouse Rene An­gelil to throat can­cer in Jan­uary 2016 but Ce­line has told her stylist Law Roach that fo­cus­ing on fash­ion helped her get through such a dif­fi­cult time. He re­vealed: "She also cred­its me, and what we did, and the clothes, and the shoes, and the bags, and the jew­elry, and cou­ture week, and the shows, and all that to help­ing her through her griev­ing process. "I'm sure her griev­ing process will never be over. She'll prob­a­bly grieve her hus­band for the rest of her life be­cause she was with him for so long.

But she has said that what we did last year in Paris re­ally helped her through that process. For me that's more than any­thing else. That's more than ac­co­lades, that's more than be­ing in­ter­viewed by Van­ity Fair, that is some­thing that I'll take with me for­ever." And Law ad­mits he couldn't be­lieve it when Ce­line con­tacted him and asked for them to work to­gether. He added: "My first words were: Ce­line who? I don't think I had dreamt that big of a dream. That this leg­end, this wo­man who we've all grown up to her music, that's been around for 30 years, was call­ing me to work with me." The stylist also praised Ce­line for hav­ing "no fear" when it comes to fash­ion. He told Van­ity Fair mag­a­zine: "Ce­line has no fear. And when you have that type of en­ergy, you have this at­ti­tude that we can do what­ever we want and we don't care who likes it or dis­likes it. Fash­ion is sup­posed to be po­lar­iz­ing. It has to be over­whelm­ing." — Bang Show­biz

Ce­line Dion

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