chopard replica watches's London Home

chopard replica watches officially opened its first UK independent boutique on London's New Bond Street. The event was attended by a large crowd. The new chopard replica watches store is spread over 1,078 square foot of prime retail space. It displays its wares with everything, from pop art paintings of the renowned Big Bang timepieces and motion-activated pop-up watches display stands to chopard replica watches's usual confident style.

The event was not only a celebration of the new boutique but also an opportunity for U-Boat replica watches announce a three year extension of its ongoing partnership with Chelsea Football Club. With the help of players Ross Barkley, Olivier Giroud and David Luiz, chopard replica watches CEO Ricardo Guadalupe joined them for the traditional ribbon cutting ceremony. Lara Stone, model and Olympic athlete Dina Asher-Smith joined the celebrations as well as Gareth Southgate, football manager.

Model, Lara Stone

Dina Asher Smith, Olympic athlete

Gareth Southgate, Football Manager

The new chopard replica watches London flagship will omega replica be directly operated by the brand. It follows the success of independent chopard replica watches stores in New York, Paris, and Geneva.

Guadalupe comments on this topic: "We are thrilled to offer chopard replica watches fans a monobrand boutique in New Bond Street. Although the brand has been present in London for many decades, this is our first boutique with our own name in the city. This confirms the importance of the market and provides a platform for chopard replica watches our UK activities. Our retail network currently includes 92 boutiques strategically placed in the most desirable shopping areas around the globe. They are the backbone of chopard replica watches's success and allow our customers to have a full-immersion chopard replica watches experience.

Ricardo Guadalupe, CEO chopard replica watches, in the middle of Chelsea players Ross Barkley and Marcos Alonso (L-R).

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