- From French Céline, Latin Caelina, derivative of the Roman gens name Caelius, from caelum "heaven". Also a short form of Marceline, feminine diminutive of Marcel. (Wiktionary)
“The international style award went to Phoebe Philo, who has set the fashion world ablaze with her minimalist designs for the French label Celine.”
“Celine is in the middle of working on new albums in English and French, and returns to Las Vegas next year for a three-year residency at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace.”
“It's the word Celine used to refer to Sartre in l'Agité du bocal.”
““Backstage at the The General Motors Place – the stadium where The Spice Girls will perform – Celine is arranging a huge soirée.””
“Although, you already wiped out boy bands and Celine is gone so who the heck am I going to off?”
“The report said another critical and commercial darling, Phoebe Philo - designer at LVMH label Celine - could be tapped to replace Jacobs at Vuitton, if the deal goes through.”
“There's this new album out called "Celine" -- by the way, "All The Way," you've kind of adopted this as your new song?”
“Celine is continuing to to grace us with her voice, and it doesn’t look like she plans to stop!”
““Celine is so thrilled the Spice Girls have chosen her home country to kick off their tour that she’s organizing some plush hospitality to welcome them to Vancouver.””
“I'm glad you were going to name Celine Dion's hatchet job as worst cover - you had me worried there for a sec!”
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