The new creations are being rolled out at Watches and Wonders 2023. Here are some standouts from Chopard’s latest offerings
Alpine Eagle 41 XPS
The latest Alpine Eagle model measures just 3.30 mm thick. With the L.U.C 96.40-L movement, the Alpine Eagle 41 XPS ticks on with chronometer-certified accuracy, while guaranteeing 65 hours of power reserve thanks to Chopard Twin technology.
Something old meets something new in the L.U.C 1860, a new edition of the timepiece from its namesake year. It draws inspiration from the first timepiece in the collection, but the 36.5 mm case is now made of Chopard’s exclusive Lucent Steel alloy. With a guilloché dial in salmon-coloured solid gold, the watch comes with a finely crafted chronometer-certified movement courtesy of the L.U.C 96.40-L movement.
Mille Miglia Classic Chronograph
The latest addition to the Mille Miglia collection adopts a 40.5 mm case made from Chopard’s exclusive Lucent Steel. To make sure the dial is ultra-legible, it comes in a selection of colours inspired by automotive bodywork and a superb “glass box” crystal for a retro chic look.
The iconic Happy Sport line has launch of a bold new addition in midnight purple. The shade is a reference to the sun’s rosy reflections painted across the sky as the night edges towards dawn. The timepiece is equipped with Chopard 09.01-C movement with automatic winding, but comes in a dainty size to suit the female wrist.