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A NEW VISION OF TIME HAPPY SPORT

In 1993, capturing the spirit of the age, Caroline Scheufele imagined a sports watch based on a unique and explosive combination: stainless steel and diamonds. Unprecedented boldness: the Happy Sport was born. Faithful to the spirit of the Happy Diamonds that appear on its dial, like prima ballerinas freely swirling between two sapphire crystals, the Happy Sport rapidly became an emblem for both the House and for women's watches in general.

A spirit of Joie de Vivre Laughter, hope, love

It’s a whirl of emotions as Joie de Vivre takes on a whole new meaning with Happy Sport, the ultimate lucky charm for free-spirited modern women.

Hypnotic Power When time stages a dazzling show

The first watch collected by women, Happy Sport transcends decades and evolutions in style. It comes in multiple interpretations that appeal to all generations.

Happy Sport The First The rebirth of the 1993 icon

Happy Sport The First pays faithful homage to the original model introduced in 1993, thanks to its legendary dancing diamonds and its "pebble-link" bracelet, while adding major innovations: a new case redesigned in a 33 mm diameter inspired by the principles of the golden ratio, as well as the Manufacture Chopard 09.01-C movement with automatic winding.

Happy Sport 33 mm Golden ratio

Pursuing its commitment to a constant quest for harmony, Chopard is endowing its icon with unique stature through a daintier size. By using the golden ratio in direct relation to the diameter of the Chopard 09.01-C movement with automatic winding powering its ladies’ watch collections, the case of the Happy Sport has been redesigned in a 33 mm version that is particularly well suited to the female wrist.

Memory of a golden age The legacy

By overturning the codes of watchmaking and jewelry in the mid-1970s, Chopard accompanied the upheavals of an era marked by the emancipation of women and the liberalization of society. The Maison pays tribute to this victorious past that forged its identity.