collection of information using cookies. The information is provided by users, via their device utilised
when navigating this website, owned by Calzedonia SpA, with administrative headquarters in Via Monte Baldo
n. 20 Dossobuono di Villafranca (VR), Italy (hereinafter Calzedonia).
The owner of this website is also the Data Controller of personal data collected pursuant to European Regulation 679/2016 and any other applicable legislation regarding the protection of personal data.
browsers. They enable this site to monitor whether users have already visited the site, or enhance
understanding of which of the site pages are most visited (as cookies show which pages are visited and for
how long). Through this data, we are able to make the site meet our users’ requirements and facilitate their
navigation of the site. For example, cookies allow us to ensure that information shown on our site on future
visits responds to the users indicated preferences.
We strive to inform our users that they can configure their browser to accept or reject cookies, or to alert them to when a cookie has been sent. Every browser is different, therefore it is important that you verify how to modify your options for your specific browser. Calzedonia informs its users that when a site has been structured to use technical cookies, deactivating them could affect the functionality of the site and hinder its performance.
Below, we provide some links to online information on how to configure the most common browsers:
Internet Explorer™: http://windows.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-vista/block-or-allow-cookies
Calzedonia wishes to inform its users in detail, about the types of cookies used, the purpose and the way in which cookies are configured for users.
Cookies can be divided into two macro-categories: "technical" cookies and "profiling" cookies. Additionally,
cookies can be distinguished between Calzedonia cookies and third-party cookies.
By continuing to read our policy, it is possible to understand the different types of cookies used by Calzedonia.
Technical cookies are used for the sole purpose of transmitting a communication, over an electronic
communications network, or as strictly necessary, to provide a service requested by the user.
They are not used by Calzedonia for other purposes and can be divided into browsing or session cookies which guarantee normal navigation and use of the website (allowing, for example, authentification to access restricted areas of the website); analytics cookies , similar to technical cookies when used directly to collect information, in aggregate form, on the number of users and how they visit the site. Functionality cookies ,allow the user to browse according to a series of selected criteria (for example, language) in order to improve the service provided by Calzedonia to its users.
For example, when a user has visited a page on one of the Calzedonia websites, customised it and wants it to be shown in the same way next time, Calzedonia can ensure this functionality by using a cookie.
There is no need to request the users' prior consent for the installation of these cookies.
Profiling cookies are aimed at creating user profiles and are used by Calzedonia in order to send
advertising messages that correspond with the preferences expressed by the user during their web browsing.
This means that we also use them to limit the number of times the user views a particular advertisement. For Calzedonia it means communicating more effectively and in order for the user to receive advertising that corresponds to their preferences. Whilst the user browses websites owned by Calzedonia, the profiling cookies, also called promotional or targeting cookies enable Calzedonia to confirm that the user is looking at Calzedonia advertisements and to show them promotional content which may be of interest based on what has previously been visited.
Promotional cookies, which can also be permanent, can be not only from Calzedonia (known as first-party cookies) but also from a third party:
These are cookies managed directly by Calzedonia as the owner of the site, for these cookies configuration and potential deactivation instructions are provided directly by us.
These are cookies managed by a third party other than Calzedonia. For these cookies, Calzedonia refers to configuration and potential deactivation instructions as indicated directly by the third party in question, by redirecting the user (for example through a link) to the third party's site, where configuration instructions are available.
Finally, Calzedonia informs users that the different types of cookies can have a specific duration:
temporary or permanent.
Cookies with temporary duration, known as session cookies , are deleted and disappear from the device when the user leaves the website and closes the navigation browser.
Whilst permanent cookies , are cookies that remain on the device even after the user has left the website, until they are deleted or until their expiry date is reached. In addition to session cookies, permanent ones are also used on the Calzedonia site for example, to allow users to find preferences they have set on the site on subsequent visits (e.g. their wishlist).
In the table below the user can determine whether each type of cookie used on this site, is a temporary or permanent cookie.
Below is a list of all the cookies used by this website.
Profiling cookies are listed in the first group, as it is also possible to proceed with deactivation in the block mode using the "ON / OFF" cursor indicated below. The second group lists different types of technical cookies.
Marketing and profiling cookies
Marketing and profiling cookies enable us to send personalised advertising, based on your browsing experience. Through these cookies, we can send commercial messages to the user both on other websites (in this case we will use "third-party cookies"), and to your e-mail address (via "first-party cookies"). Below is a list of partners providing third-party cookies and the links to their privacy information that the user can consult if they wish to have specific information on the type of cookie used, its duration and how to disable it.
|Search Ads 360||http://www.google.com/policies/technologies/ads/|
|Google Marketing Platform||
*This cookie allows you to see within the site you are visiting a form with a survey. The answers to this survey may be used for profiling purposes.
Through "first-party" marketing and profiling cookies, we will be able to send promotional messages to the user's email address, provided that they have registered an account on our sites and is subscribed to our newsletter services. You can consult the list and description of the first-party cookies used below
|Cookie: “HK_Track”||Through this cookie, we will send an e-mail to the user to notify them that one or more of our products have remained in the cart without a purchase procedure having been completed. In order to send these communications through the first-party cookie, we will collect the recognition code that identifies the user in our Customer Relationship Management systems, that has been associated with the same user upon account creation on our sites and subscription to our newsletter service|
PLEASE NOTE: the user can disable all profiling cookies by clicking on Configure cookies
The user can view the type of technical cookie used, the specific purpose, duration and implications ofconfiguration and any deactivation by clicking directly on the link that corresponds to each Calzedonia Partner.
Cookies used for anonymous analysis of e-Commerce site performance
Third Party Cookies: Google
Cookies used to ensure normal navigation and use of the website, also in order to tailor
navigation to a series of selected criteria (for example, the language)
Third Party Cookies: Salesforce
The Web Push Notification service is active on our brand websites (Calzedonia, Intimissimi, Tezenis, Signorvino, Falconeri, Atelier Emé). With your explicit consent, during the course of navigation and also on sites other than those of our brands, you may receive notifications regarding our products, services and commercial news. These notifications, which are based on the association of a unique ID with your browser, can be stopped at any time by changing the settings in your browser. You can find instructions on how to stop push notifications for most browsers below:
Chrome: Settings > Show Advanced Settings > Privacy - Content Settings > Notifications - Manage exceptions > Enter the web address of the brand whose notifications you want to stop and select "Block"
Firefox: Options> Content> Notifications - Choose the web address of the brand whose notifications you want to stop - "Block
Safari: Preferences > Notifications > From here set the selector to "Reject"
Calzedonia has appointed a Personal Data Protection Officer (DPO) that users can contact at the following address: DPO@calzedonia.com