The Happy Sport collection is the emblem of Chopard’s creativity and boldness. Its playful, free-spinning gems, dancing between two sapphire crystals, have captured the imagination since 1993, when Chopard became the first Maison to combine steel and diamonds. Little Diamonds Do Great Things.
In 1993, capturing the spirit of the age, Caroline Scheufele designed a sports watch based on a unique and explosive combination: steel and diamonds. The Happy Sport women's watch was born. Faithful to the spirit of the Happy Diamonds that appear on its dial, like prima ballerinas freely swirling between two sapphire crystals, the Happy Sport diamond watch soon became an icon for both the Maison and for women's luxury watches.
By overturning the codes of watchmaking and luxury jewellery in the mid-1970s, Chopard accompanied the changes of an era marked by the freedom of women and the liberalisation of society. The Maison pays tribute to this victorious past that forged its identity.