Celine Dion has launched a gender-neutral children’s clothing range.

The singer, 50, partnered with NUNUNU to create her own collection featuring over 70 ‘stereotype-free styles’ for kids aged zero to 14Y.

She worked with the brand’s founders Iris Adler and Tali Milchberg to start CELINUNUNU and said in a statement: ‘I’ve always loved NUNUNU and what they represent, shares Daily Mail.

Partnering with Iris and Tali to encourage a dialogue of equality and possibility makes so much sense.’

‘CELINUNUNU lets children choose outside stereotypes and norms so they can bring from within their own tastes and preferences,’ she continued.

‘We help them feel free, creative, inspired, respectful of one another and happy in the world.’

The mission statement of the site read:

‘Celinununu unites two forces by one voice: fashion has the power to shape people’s minds. Inspire your children to be free and find their own individuality through clothes.’

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  • Looks great but what a funny brand name.


  • I like gender neutral clothes and have regularly bought boy clothes for my girls and even bought boys hoody kids size 16 for myself this year and also an oversized xxl male shirt. Have not found specific gender neutral brands yet.


  • A lot of parents dress their children in neutral gender clothing. I remember my Mum doing that. The boys’ singlets, t-shirts and skivvies were longer and thicker than the girls were. What’s more, in some cases the boys’ clothing was also cheaper than the girls’ often at least $1.50 or even over $2.00. My Mum didn’t have enough money to buy my younger brother a bigger school uniform blazer so she stitched up the buttonholes of mine, put button holes on the boys’side and moved the buttons. Some kids at school noticed it and bullied him. Mum managed to match the cotton for the button holes perfectly too.


  • Cute look and designs. I love them.


  • I quite like them but are they all going to be made in the one shape? Girls and boys are all didn’t shapes and you still need clothing that is cut certain ways to accommodate this


  • Sure, if there’s money to be made, let’s invest it and keep on encouraging the gender neutral weirdos. Enough is really enough. You are one or the other that’s just the way it is. There is no need for a ‘clothing range’ it’s just capitalisation.


  • Good for her. Hope it goes well.


  • Oh wow, how cool. I know my eldest daughter would love these.


  • That’s nice! Is she singing anymore? My dad and I love her music.


  • Interesting concept, Isnt Canada (where she’s from) one of the countries that want the gender taken off the birth certificates?


  • That’s awesome I am going to the website for a look now!


  • I quite like some of the items in this range.


  • Why can’t we just let kids be kids and choose what they want? I always did. My girls often wore their brothers gear


  • ReAlly do we need a special line of clothing with gender neutral which can buy anyway in the girls section and boys section sometimes I think we just go to far yes let children dress how they want with guidance but seriously


  • A great idea for freedom of choice and innovation.


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