NEW YORK — This year marks two decades since the introduction of Chopard’s Happy Sport watch — and the brand will unveil a new timepiece and a corresponding digital program to mark the occasion.
Chopard USA president and chief executive officer Marc Hruschka calls the first Happy Sport Medium Automatic women’s watch “probably the most important addition to the Happy Sport collection.” Although it looks similar to the current model, the timepiece has a completely new case, dial and movement.
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