The 57-year-old country music diva is currently promoting 'Queen of Me' set to release on February 3.
Shania Twain is upping the fashion game and stepping out in looks that are reminiscent of her iconic looks in the past but this time in a more elevated way. From pink hair to a cheetah hood, she's pulling no stops and her latest outfit channeled another '90s icon: Fran Drescher.
Twain was strolling on a sidewalk in NYC while promoting her upcoming sixth album Queen of Me set up for a February 3 release in a hot pink co-ord ensemble. The bright patterned jacket and capri pants would have probably been worn by Drescher on her hit show The Nanny. Twain was carrying her adorable long-haired Chihuahua puppy as she walked along in her black platform heels towards a nearby car with her security guard.
The Man! I Feel Like A Woman hitmaker was honored with the Music Icon Award at the 2022 People's Choice Awards last year and she dazzled in a leopard print-style outfit reminiscent of the iconic look in her 1997 music video for hit single That Don’t Impress Me Much... but with a twist. On December 6, she walked the carpet in a dress with a sheer and leopard print bodice and a velvet skirt. It also had a matching leopard print scarf and hood.
The singer also donned lovely pink hair which she told TODAY was temporary but later admitted that she is considering adding more color and keeping it. Twain spoke about how her views on being a woman have dramatically changed since her song Man! I Feel Like a Woman! came out in 1997. “I was one of these girls that was never comfortable in my own skin,” she shared. “I was always hiding my figure and cutting it down.” The country pop star admitted that music became her first “safe place” and allowed her to embrace her femininity. “Being a woman for me today is about wearing your scars, wearing it good and bad. I feel comfortable. It means being unapologetic,” she said.
She also spoke to Hoda Kotb and Jenna Bush Hager while appearing on the Today show donning pastel pink hair with a black turtleneck and gold accessories. She admitted it's great to "not rely on fashion" all the time and that she is slowly feeling more comfortable in her own skin, quite literally. "I love fashion and I love to wear things, I love texture and I love everything about fashion, and with fashion, we're meant to try to wear things that are suitable for our body, for our shape, for our size," she said. "But there's something about nudity that throws that all away for a minute and says how are you without any of that?"
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