Cookies are small text files placed on the hard drive of your computer when you visit our website. These beacons enable certain items of data to be collected, such as the IP address, the language, the country, the visit time, the type of equipment, the operating system, and information concerning your actions on our site (clicks, purchases, clickstream).

The cookies are attached to an IP address and not to a user; they do not enable you to be personally identified.
Third parties such as Google may also collect data from our site using cookies as intermediaries.

The cookies generally used on our site are:

- Functional cookies, checking that the site is functioning normally (to set up your shopping cart, process the payment, and ensure the security of exchanges).
- Performance cookies, for statistical and commercial purposes.
- Social network cookies (Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest) so that you can connect to your social network accounts and share contents from our site.

You can prevent cookies from being saved or disable them by setting your browser. If you refuse the cookies, you may have a less targeted access to many parts of our site and your visit clickstream will not be as easy, complicating the overall experience.

In order to understand how our customers interact with our emails, we also use pixel tags. These enable us to know if the emails we send you have been opened, and whether or not you have been redirected to our site.