The name Diva, derived from Latin, evokes the image of an elegant and sophisticated woman who is the centre of attention and general admiration. Regina (Queen) has an even stronger connotation: a powerful woman, able to influence the outcome of history.
Inspired by queens with strong personalities, from Cleopatra to Theodolinda, from Elizabeth I to Marie Therese, the new collection offers fine and important fabrics that strongly characterise an environment, becoming the centre of attention and conditioning the choice of coordinating elements.
In this way the print designs of the Duca and Incanto fabrics and the Morgana jacquard express great artisan ability and extreme attention to detail and are placed at the centre of the collection with their decisive colours that coordinate perfectly with other fabrics shown thanks to sophisticated chromatic interplay.
The Chanel fabrics, distinctive feature of the latest BROCHIER collections, fine silks, flowing linens and all the other small sophisticated colouring motifs combine with and exalt the beauty and uniqueness of the three key fabrics of the collection.
In the evocative scenario of Paris Dèco Off, the symbolism of the Regina collection has been well represented by the BROCHIER’s stylist in the design of the new showroom: the main wall, seven metres high, has been completely upholstered with a design representing two imposing queen-statues that support a drape representing the central design of the collection.
At the feet of the two figures and framed by this striking scene, there is a divan upholstered with the same design as the drape with its most splendid colouring.