Celine Dion mourns “an extremely kind and warm man

Celine Dion mourns “an extremely kind and warm man

Once again, the singer Celine Dion took to her social networks to share her grief. The diva posted a message on Facebook, Monday, April 26, to pay tribute to a man recently disappeared…

Sunday, April 25, we learned the death of the designer Alber Elbaz at only 59 years, which occurred the day before. The fashion world paid tribute to the man who had long worked for the house Lanvin. The singer Celine Dion also posted a few words to salute his memory.

On her Facebook account, the star wrote: “Alber Elbaz was an extremely kind and warm man, in addition to being a designer who made us shine with his incredible talent. He will be greatly missed. My thoughts and prayers are with his family and loved ones. – Celine xx…” The Quebec diva, who became a fashion icon in recent years with the help of her stylists Law Roach and then Pepe Munoz, had already had the opportunity to wear creations from Lanvin, during the time when Alber Elbaz was the artistic director; he had slammed the door in 2015.

Celine Dion wore a dress from the French brand on stage at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, back when she was a permanent resident. The interpreter of My Heart Will Go On had also worn a dress signed Lanvin for the advertising campaign of one of her own perfumes, Chic. As for Alber Elbaz, not content with having had the pleasure of dressing the singer, he also loved her music and had been spotted at the diva’s concert in 2008 in Paris as part of her Taking Chances World Tour.

Alber Elbaz died on Saturday, April 24, 2021, in a Parisian hospital. The Richemont Financial Company, which was his financial partner since 2019 in the project of his personal brand of ready-to-wear AZ Factory, had very quickly confirmed his death before paying tribute. “It is with shock and great sadness that I learned of the sudden death of Alber (…). It was a man of exceptional warmth and very talented, and his vision so singular, his sense of beauty and empathy will leave an indelible mark, “greeted its president Johann Rupert.