Contemporary, refined, assertive, the new sport-chic Alpine Eagle timepiece collection was inspired by the Alps and the imperious strength of the majestic eagle.
Launched in 1993, the Happy Sport model is the first watch to combine diamonds with a stainless steel case. To this day, it remains one of the most iconic and desirable models in the industry.
Since 1976, Chopard has established a strong reputation and identity by revolutionizing the watch industry with the Happy Diamonds line. For the very first time, moving diamonds could be appreciated between 2 crystal sapphire glasses on the watch's face.
L.U.C men's watches epitomize the highest standard of Swiss watchmaking. All of the steps involved in crafting L.U.C watches are performed at Chopard's Geneva and Fleurier workshops. These exceptional timepieces, the product of meticulous workmanship, meet the aspirations of the modern gentleman.
L'Heure du Diamant
L’Heure du Diamant unveils two pillars of Chopard’s savoir-faire: watchmaking and gem-setting in one unique collection. An exceptional prong-setting that pays tribute to the most precious stone in the world, the Diamond.
Chopard's Classic Racing watches build a bridge between automotive engineering and mechanical watchmaking, the result of Karl-Friedrich Scheufele's passion.
<p style="text-align: center;">Exceedingly feminine, the IMPERIALE collection dazzles with the richness and delicacy of its details. It pays tribute to modern-day empresses whose noble, majestic beauty is rivaled only by their conquering spirit.</p>
<p style="text-align: center;"><em>A tribute to modern achievers</em></p>
The juxtaposition of the cube and the curve make the Ice Cube timepiece unique and instantly recognisable. With its minimalist elegance, it adorns modern amazons who are fans of its graphic design and disrupt the established order.
Classic watches represent Chopard's Swiss watchmaking tradition and its timeless, understated appeal.
The generous curves of the La Strada collection capture the aura of muses from 1950s Italian cinema. Chopard pays tribute to these women just as Federico Fellini’s films did.