Cookie statement

What are cookies ?

Cookies are small text files that are placed on your computer by websites you visit. They are widely used to make sites work, or work more efficiently, as well as to provide information to site owners.

How and why do we use cookies?

We use cookies to improve the use and operation of our site and to better understand how visitors use our sites and the tools and services that are offered on our site. Storing cookies on your computer is an easy and practical way for us to personalize or improve your browsing on our site and make your next visit more pleasant. We do not use cookies to collect personal information such as your name.

What are scripts?

A script is a piece of code used to make our website work correctly and interactively. This code is executed on our server or on your device.

What is an invisible tag?

A clear tag (or web beacon) is a small piece of invisible text or image on a website, used to track traffic to a website. To do this, various data about you are stored using invisible tags.

Cookie TYPE

Technical or functional cookies

Some cookies ensure that certain parts of the website function properly and that your user preferences are taken into account. By setting functional cookies, we make it easier for you to visit our website. This means you don’t have to enter the same information again and again when you visit our website and, for example, the items remain in your shopping basket until you pay. We may set these cookies without your consent.

Statistical cookies

We use statistical cookies to optimise the user experience on our website. These statistical cookies enable us to make observations about the use of our website. We ask your permission to place statistical cookies.

Marketing/tracking cookies

Marketing/tracking cookies are cookies or any other form of local storage used to create user profiles in order to display advertising or to track the user on this website or on several websites for similar marketing purposes.

Social network buttons

We have included buttons on our website so that Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest can promote web pages (e.g. “Like”, “Save”) or share (e.g. “Tweet”) on social networks such as Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest. These buttons work with pieces of code from Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest themselves. This code sets cookies. These social network buttons may also store and process certain information in order to show you personalised advertising.

Please read the privacy statement of these social networks (which may be amended from time to time) to find out what they do with your (personal) data processed using these cookies. Recovered data is anonymised as far as possible. Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest are located in the United States.

How can I control my cookie settings?

Most browsers are initially set up to accept cookies automatically. You can change the settings to block cookies or be alerted when cookies are sent to your device. There are various ways of managing cookies. Please follow the instructions below to manage your cookies using your browser. In this case, you may not be able to register on our website or use other functions requiring registration or the collection of information.

Internet Explorer

Click on the “Tools” icon, then select “Internet Options”. Choose the “Confidentiality” tab, then move the slider to choose your settings. For more detailed privacy settings, click on “Advanced settings”.


Choose “Preferences” from the Safari menu, then select “Security”. You will then be able to select your cookie settings.

Mozilla Firefox

Click on “Menu”, “Options”, “Confidentiality”, then “Cookies”. You can then choose your settings.

Google Chrome

Click on the “Tools” menu, then select “Options”. Choose the “Under the bonnet” tab and then the “Confidentiality” section. Select the “Content settings” tab and then choose your settings.

Updating legal information

We reserve the right to make any changes and corrections to these provisions. Please check this page regularly for changes and new information.