The Grand Prix de Monaco Historique is held every two years on the legendary Monte-Carlo circuit. Dedicated to this most prestigious classic racing competition, the Grand Prix de Monaco Historique collection by Chopard welcomes two new limited-series chronographs.
The new Slimline Auto Heart Beat is one of the slimmest models of Frederique Constant. With their 40mm case, available in a polished stainless steel or a luxurious rose gold plated, these new timepieces are visibly masculine and will look stylish on any man’s wrist. An eye catching detail is the jewelled mechanism visible through the dial aperture at 12’ o’clock.
Ulysse Nardin introduces the new Ulysse Anchor Tourbillon with a genuine translucent blue enamel dial. An evolution of the award-winning Ulysse Anchor Tourbillon that premiered in 2015, this limited edition in rose and white gold showcases artistic tradition and inventive modernity coming together in sharp contrast.