Founded in 1860 by Louis-Ulysse Chopard, the eponymous Swiss maison still produces classically styled luxury watches alongside its wide range of jewellery and other luxury items.

The best watches at the 2020 Oscars red carpet

The 92nd Academy Awards were held in Los Angeles, California and have just concluded. The big winners were Joaquin Phoenix, who won Best Actor for his portrayal of Arthur Fleck in Joker, Brad Pitt for Best Actor in a Supporting Role for his performance in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, and the Korean film Parasite, which became the first non-English language film to take the top honour. As for the watches, there were some interesting pieces on the wrists of attendees. In…

This Chopard L.U.C XP is a dress watch with a difference

Editor's note: First released at Baselworld 2017, Chopard's L.U.C XP turned heads from the moment it was unveiled. And, as we wrote at the time, it's a compelling timepiece that blends everyday practicality with real dress watch sensibility. The aesthetics of this watch aren't its only saving grace, however … far from it. Thanks to being an L.U.C timepiece, you're also getting a watch with the mechanical prowess and bespoke finishing only to be expected of Chopard's haute horology offshoot.…

VIDEO: The History of Chopard L.U.C watchmaking

Chopard have been an important firm in the Swiss luxury landscape since they were founded in 1860, but they weren't always the house of haute horology that they are today. It wasn't until just over a quarter of a century ago, in 1993, when Karl-Friedrich Scheufele made the decision to refocus the brand's energies into the art of watchmaking, and only thee years later marked an important year in the history of Chopard L.U.C as they launched their first in-house…

VIDEO: 5 reasons Chopard are horological heavy hitters

It's been a big year for Chopard, thanks in part to the release of the Alpine Eagle, the first ever steel watch from the brand, and one of the most discussed watches of the year. As this new sports watch got the world talking about Chopard, we thought it was the perfect time to take a look at the other work that Chopard has done in watchmaking, and why they might be more serious watchmakers than you had realised. We…

HANDS-ON: Chopard's svelte Alpine Eagle 41mm with Bernina Grey dial

This has unquestionably been the year of the contentious steel sports watch, with just about every watchmaker and their Bernese entering the fray in what has to be the most hotly contested genre of timepieces in the current watch market. Chief among these new steely provocateurs is Chopard's Alpine Eagle. We've been fortunate enough to spend a fair amount of time with the spiritual birth child of the Chopard St. Moritz and Time+Tide founder, Andrew McUtchen, even got the opportunity…

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