Magpie Haven
Harper's BAZAAR Singapore|August 2020
Magpie Haven
Dior’s Rachele Regini has adorned her Chelsea home with colourful artworks and feminist literature that inspire her diverse wardrobe.
Lucy Halfhead

Rachele Regini opens the door to her first-floor Chelsea apartment, situated on a quiet, leafy square between the stylish boutiques of King’s Road and the upmarket furniture shops of Brompton Cross. The bright space is filled with tributes to her close-knit family, including a series of beautiful black-and-white portraits of Regini with her mother, Dior’s Artistic Director Maria Grazia Chiuri, that hangs in the hallway. “We’re spending even more time together,” Regini says, referring to her new role working alongside Chiuri as an advisor to the Dior creative studio. “My job is to make sure that all our ideas about gender, cultural appropriation and the academic side of what my mother decides to incorporate into the collections are well researched.”

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August 2020