Chopard L.U.C Perpetual Twin in 18k rose gold (Photo: Chopard)
Chopard L.U.C Perpetual Twin in stainless steel (Photo: Chopard)
Chopard Mille Miglia GTS Azzurro Power Control in 18k rose gold and stainless steel (Photo: Chopard)
Chopard Mille Miglia GTS Azzurro Chrono in stainless steel (Photo: Chopard)
Chopard Happy Sport Joaillerie in 18k rose gold & 18k white gold (Right) (Photo: Chopard)
Unlike Rolex and Patek Philippe which have gone public on their intentions of not releasing any novelty this year, by instead, channelling their resources and focus on 2021, Chopard charts ahead with a number of novelties. The maison is sticking to its roadmap instead of relying solely on past catalogues to tie it over until the new watch fair begins in Geneva next year. With this year’s Baselworld postponed till January next year, there is no physical exhibition for these new watches and jewellery. Make no mistake, though, these pieces are Chopard’s Baselworld collection and ones that very well predate the maison’s decision to pull out from Baselworld. However, with the new development, these become its farewell gestures to a romance started in 1964.
In-depth reviews will follow in the months ahead when they hit the boutiques.
Source: Prestige 27-4-2020