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Chopard Net-a-Porter

Chopard makes a partnership with Net-a-Porter, a global luxury online retailer, and its creations from the Happy Diamonds and Happy Dreams collections will be sold.

On October 11, Net-a-Porter is to launch creations from Chopard’s Happy Diamonds collection.  A unique concept in the jewellery and watchmaking field, this distinctive collection has a joyful light-hearted charm - Classic pieces with a distinctly modern twist house Chopard’s famous moving diamonds.

An array of jewellery creations will be available ranging from 18ct rose and white gold pieces including the Happy Hearts collection: a collection born from moving diamonds and gem-set hearts, where two emblematic elements of the Maison Chopard meet and mingle. The heart is a symbol of Chopard, a token of love and a lucky charm. It is also a much-loved fashion feature that women enjoy matching with their mood.

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The online retailer will also propose the Happy Dreams collection. Inspired by clouds and born upon the gentle wings of fanciful reveries, Happy Dreams takes the world’s most joyful diamonds on an ethereal fantastical journey. ‘Looking skyward’ and ‘head in the clouds’: a dreamy vocabulary with feather-soft designs, floating amid ‘heavenly’ scenery.

The Happy Sport watch will be part of Net-a-Porter’ selection. One of the best sellers of Chopard, this model combines steel and moving diamonds in a modern and elegant design. It’s a watch which can easily complete a day as well as an evening look, and is a favourite with fans of Chopard.

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Maison Chopard epitomises the alliance between watchmaking and jewellery. It has always known how to meet the expectations of its day, relying on four essential values: expertise, tradition, innovation and commitment to philanthropy, whilst working hard to pass on knowhow and skills to future generations.

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