An incredible love affair between Chopard and the Cannes Film Festival has been perpetually reinvented for the past 20 years. Veritable Happy Diamonds, the Maison’s icon, stage their own act clutched by the most elegant trendsetters, exuding their magic over a range of precious limited edition evening bags from Chopard’s leatherwork collection. The prospect of a sparkling walk up the steps
Created in 2001 at the initiative of Caroline Scheufele, a passionate film enthusiast, the Trophée Chopard annually rewards two youthful talents from the world of cinema. This year, the Trophée Chopard Committee chose to distinguish Australian actress Elizabeth Debicki and British actor Joe Alwyn
Caroline Scheufele and Natalia Vodianova announce Chopard’s support of the Naked Heart Foundation through a special edition of the Happy Hearts Collection. Driven by a deep-felt desire to support noble causes, Chopard has chosen to associate its Happy Hearts Collection with the Naked Heart Foundation. To help fund programmes that benefit children with special needs, the Maison has crafted a special edition piece adorned for the first time with pink mother-of-pearl hearts, from which part of the proceeds will be donated to the foundation set up in 2004 by Natalia Vodianova. A perfect alliance between Chopard’s heart emblem and the Maison’s iconic moving diamonds, the Happy Hearts Collection unites all women who share a taste for generosity and self-giving – women with a big heart.
After being kept a well-guarded secret, the veil of mystery enshrouding Chopard’s “big party” was raised yesterday night revealing an evening that exceeded expectations. Caroline Scheufele, co-president, thus remained true to her pledge to dazzle her guests, who she hosted at the magnificent Château de la Croix des Gardes with its stunning panoramic view of the bay of Cannes. The highlight of the evening was an exclusive performance by Spanish singer, Enrique Iglesias.
After announcing at Baselworld 2018 its commitment to use 100% ethical gold as of july 2018 , Chopard continues to drive the luxury jewellery industry forward as it launches its first responsibly sourced Paraiba tourmaline in its Green Carpet collection .
It’s become a tradition during the Cannes Film Festival for Chopard to dedicate one of its exclusive evenings to its masculine universe.
Chopard once again demonstrates its commitment to noble causes. Keen to participate in charitable activities, it is supporting the “Educate a Child” programme run by the Education Above All Foundation through two specially created Happy Sport watch models along with a Happy Diamonds pendant and two bracelets. Chopard, the Big-Hearted Maison, has always regarded self-giving and generosity as its core values
As the Cannes International Film Festival approaches, the High Jewellery workshops of the Maison Chopard are giving life to a splendid collection envisioned by Caroline Scheufele. An anthem to femininity and beauty, these exceptional jewellery creations will adorn the greatest actresses on the red carpet, making Chopard an inescapable lodestar when it comes to emotions and glamour. Partnering with the Cannes Festival for 20 years, the Maison annually crafts the legendary Palme d’or, along with the other awards presented at the festival’s closing ceremonies, all made from Fairmined-certified ethical gold. While the High Jewellery ateliers are hard at work on these unique works of art, Caroline Scheufele – the woman who inspired their creations – announces an edition brimming with surprises
Chopard is pleased to be featured on this elegant and amusing piece of content created by British Vogue featuring Sabine Getty in Chopard Diamonds. Haute couture is changing
This Baselworld Edition has been filled with vibrant emotions, surprising innovations and important statements. After Chopard’s commitment to 100% ethical gold announced at the ‘Sustainable Luxury’ Press Conference, let’s now focus on the exquisite watch creations that will beat on your wrist in the upcoming seasons