Louise Ulysse Chopard founded his first shop in 1860. His watches gained a solid reputation in Eastern Europe, Russia and Scandinavia. In 1963 the brand was renowned by Karl Scheufele, a descendant of a dynasty of watch makers and jewellers from Germany. With his influence, Chopard experienced a spectacular development and it became one of the leading names in the high-end watch and jewellery industry. Today Chopard means exclusive composition of diamonds, sapphires, rubies and emerald of exceptional and unexpected cuts and sizes.
The Chopard collection of sunglasses reflects the values for which the Chopard brand is appreciated the world over: creativity, tradition, quality and excellence. The acetate frames are large, square or cat-eye in shape, while the metal ones are lighter and more classical. The entire collection reveals a marked attention to detail, constituting the true essence of the unmistakable Chopard style. Fine materials such as rhinestones, semi-precious stones and leather or wood inserts, are worked meticulously to create exclusive models.