David Becker, Susan Duffy of Chopard, Elizabeth Silverman
and Matt Bershadker of the ASPCA

Should you ever find yourself stranded in the vicinity of Madison and 63rd without earrings or the latest fashionable watch, you’re in luck: Chopard, world-renowned creator of luxurious personal ornamentation, has recently
opened its 100th and largest boutique at 709 Madison Avenue to meet your jewelry needs ... er, wants.

Chopard celebrated not only its new location, but also its partnership with the ASPCA. CEO Marc Hruschka and co-president Caroline Gruosi-Scheufele enjoyed cocktails and hors d’oeuvres with Somers and Jonathan Farkas, Cornelia and Marty Breg man, Ellen and Chuck Scarborough, Hana Soupkova, as well as some of their guests’ four-legged escorts, who were
served water and designer biscuits.

Just for the opening, Chopard whipped up a “Happy Paw” collection
(for humans) with 5 percent of the proceeds donated to the ASPCA.

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Chopard Happy Paw pieces Catherine Bove of Chopard,
Jaimee Himmel of the ASPCA
“Adopt me!”
Margo MacNabb, Ed Sayres,
Somers Farkas
Supermodel Hana Soupkova
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