These legal terms govern the use of the Website and the terms and conditions regarding intellectual property and copyrights. By visiting the Website the user agrees to the terms and conditions of the legal terms as they may be amended from time to time. Users are kindly requested to check this page regularly for changes. If the user does not accept the terms and conditions of these legal terms, the user should immediately terminate his visit to the Website.
The legal terms shall be construed in accordance with Italian Law and all matters not specifically referred to shall be governed by Italian Law. The courts of Florence (Italy) shall have the exclusive jurisdiction regarding all disputes related to the Website and the legal terms.
The contents of the Website, including texts, images, photographs, videos, print designs, trademarks and in general any material or creative expression, are of the exclusive property of Emilio Pucci or are legitimately used and therefore protected by national and international legislation.
The contents of the Website such as texts, images, photographs and videos of the products are intended for promotional and advertising purposes only. Users of this Website are not authorized to use the contents for any other purpose than personal use. In particular, users may not use the contents of this Website for any commercial purpose, unless previously authorized in writing by Emilio Pucci. However, any use of the print designs and/or trademarks (whether registered or not) as published on the Website, including but not limited to saving in memory, copy or reproduction, distribution, sale, publication, exhibition or modification for any reason or purpose, even if for personal and not-commercial reasons, is strictly forbidden, unless previously authorized in writing by Emilio Pucci. Emilio Pucci reserves the right to take action against any violation.
Emilio Pucci shall not be held liable for any damages suffered by users or third parties as a result of consulting the Website.
Emilio Pucci shall not be held liable for any damages resulting from any malfunction of the Website (including viruses) or for any technical or typographical error regarding the contents of this Website. Emilio Pucci shall take all reasonable steps to ensure the security and correctness of the Website, however, all eventual losses, costs and damages, directly or indirectly resulting from the use of this Website, shall be for the sole risk and account of the user.
Emilio Pucci shall not be liable for any damages resulting from the changing and/or updating of the Website.
Emilio Pucci does not guarantee and declines all liability and responsibility regarding any legitimately used information on the Website not of the exclusive property of Emilio Pucci.
Emilio Pucci also declines all responsibility for any other website accessible through links on the Website.
INFORMATION NOTICE FOR WEBSITE USERS REGARDING THE PROTECTION OF PERSONAL DATA PURSUANT TO ART. 13 OF THE ITALIAN LEGISLATIVE DECREE NO. 196, DATED 30.06.2003 - POLICY REGARDING THE DATA PROCESSING BY THE HOLDER
For the purposes of this information notice, the HOLDER means the individual person, company or legal person, public authority or any other body, association or organisation whose (shared) responsibility it is to make decisions regarding the purposes and procedures of data processing and the instruments used, including the security profile; for the use of this Website, the holder is Emilio Pucci S.r.l.; the ENGAGED PARTY means the individual person authorised by the holder to carry out the data processing; therefore, all the persons who have dealt with, are dealing with or shall deal with your personal data are engaged parties.
In compliance with the provisions of article 13 of the Italian Leg. Dec., dated 30 June 2003, Emilio Pucci S.r.l., with registered offices in Italy, Florence, via De Pucci, 6, in its capacity as holder, informs the user (hereinafter “interested party”), sending his/her data by using the Website, regarding the purposes and procedures for processing the collected data, its scope of communication and diffusion, as well as the means by which it is transferred.
PURPOSES - The data sent by the interested party is processed and used exclusively for informative, promotional and/or commercial purposes, in compliance with the ‘principle of correctness’ and the provisions of law. PROCESSING PROCEDURES AND PROCESSING REGULATIONS REGARDING THE HOLDER AND ITS ENGAGED PARTIES - The data processing is carried out using IT procedures or means for data transmission, performed by persons within the company who have been assigned this function. The data is saved on IT and data transmission storage systems and the minimum security measures as provided for by Law are guaranteed. The engaged party has the obligation not to disclose, publish or communicate to third parties, directly or indirectly, all or part of the data received during his/her employment with the holder, nor can the engaged party use it, exploit it or have it at his/her disposal directly or through third parties. When processing the data, the engaged party is obliged to take every measure to ensure the secrecy, as it is understood that, should there be an unauthorised disclosure on the account of the Company, the engaged party must prove he/she has adopted such measures. The obligations of the engaged party shall not end when his/her employment contract is ended, the obligation of secrecy will continue as any revelation could harm the interested party or the holder. The engaged party has been made aware of the obligation to consider Confidential Information, received from the interested party, as strictly private, and has the duty to adopt all the necessary measures so as not to prejudice the confidential nature of such information. The engaged party may use the Confidential Information only for the purpose of carrying out the activities he has been charged with and consequently may not to use such information in any way that might cause harm to the Company or for any other purpose of whatever nature. The interested party is hereby informed that the obligations imposed on the engaged party by the holder do not prohibit him from communicating the Confidential Information:
to directors and employees, lawyers, auditors, banks and other consultants of the Company or of any company belonging to the LVMH Group or the Arnault Group, needing to have knowledge of such information in order to perform their activities;
to persons who are different from those indicated under a) above, when this has been authorised by the Company.
The obligation of secrecy and/or confidentiality does not apply if the Confidential Information (1) is already public domain at the moment it is disclosed; (2) becomes public domain after being disclosed for causes not attributable to the employee.
COMMUNICATION AND DIFFUSION - The data will not be communicated, sold or exchanged with third parties nor shall it be the subject of diffusion. The communication to companies or legal persons other than the holder will only take place with regard to companies belonging to the LVMH Group or the Arnault Group as well as to their consultants or external engaged parties for the sole fulfilment of transactions connected to the juridical relationship created between the parties.
RIGHTS OF THE INTERESTED PARTY - The interested party can exercise his/her own rights as expressed in articles 7, 8, 9 and 10 of the Italian Leg. Dec. no.196 dated 30 June 2003, by contacting the holder of the data processing. In particular in accordance with article 7, the interested party has the right to obtain confirmation of the existence of his/her personal data, even if it has not yet been registered and to receive a copy of it in an intelligible form. The interested party has the right to obtain information regarding: a) the origin of the personal data; b) the purposes of and the procedures in processing it; c) of the logic applied should it be processed by electronic means; d) of the identification details of the holder, of those in charge and of the representative pursuant to article 5 (2); e) of the persons or of the categories of persons to whom the personal data can be communicated or who might gain knowledge of it in their capacity or representative in the territory of the Italian State, as persons in charge or as engaged parties. The interested party has the right to obtain: a) the updating, correction or, should he/she be interested, the integration of the data; b) the cancellation, transformation into an anonymous form or the blocking of data processed in breach of the law, including data which it is not necessary for the purposes for which the data had been gathered or subsequently processed; c) certification that the operations referred to in letters a) and b) have been brought to the knowledge, also regarding their content, of those to whom the data has been communicated or spread, except when such procedural obligation is impossible or involves a manifest disproportionate use of resources in comparison with the protected right. The interested party has the right to object, in total or in part: a) for legitimate reasons regarding the processing of his/her personal data and regarding the purpose of the data collection; b) against the processing of his/her personal data for the purposes of sending advertising or direct sales material or in order to perform market researches or commercial notices. The holder is Emilio Pucci S.r.l. with registered offices in Italy, Florence, Via De Pucci no. 6, where it is possible to exercise one’s rights by sending a notice to the attention of the Person in charge of customers and suppliers’ data.
TERMS OF KEEPING - The data in every and whatever form received and processed, will be preserved in accordance with the terms of law. NATURE OF CONSENT AND TRANSFER - Pursuant to article 24 of the Italian Leg Dec. 196/2003, consent to the processing of the aforementioned data is not necessary as it is sent spontaneously, solely and directly by the interested party for his/her own interests. When data is sent using this Website, this transfer will be deemed, therefore, to be spontaneous on the part of the interested party, since no obligation to do so exists.