The singer Régine, icon of show business of the 1960s and 1970s, sells treasures accumulated throughout her life. From luxury outfits to photographs, his collection brings together nearly 200 lots.
The Parisian queen of the night presents her eclectic collection. Régine sells a large part of her business, symbols of a bygone festive era. The pieces are exhibited this week by the Mirabaud-Mercier auction house and the auction, entitled “L’Epoque Régine”, will take place this Thursday. They unite nearly 200 articles owned by the 91-year-old singer. A collection of lots ranging from outfits to furniture, including decoration, jewelry and photographs.
“Régine is synonymous with a carefree era where politicians, captains of industry, artists and sportsmen easily mingle to party together ‘Chez Régine’ for an evening. Through the sale of her collection. personal (…), we invite you to travel in time to rediscover this era “, declares the house Mirabaud-Mercier in a press release relayed by Purepeople.
“I’m selling some of my character”
“With this sale, I am selling a little of my character and I think that it will be people with original personalities who will want to buy these objects”, declares Régine at Parisian.
In addition to the evening outfits of great designers, luxury jewelry – Christian Lacroix, Hermès, Chanel … – bags, hats or fur coats, it is surely the photographs of this collection that will delight those nostalgic for the show- business from the 1960s and 1970s. We can visit frenzied evenings where Gérard Depardieu, Françoise Sagan, Charles Aznavour, Henri Salvador, Jane Birkin and Serge Gainsbourg meet.