Confidentiality and data protection policy

We are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. This Policy sets out the basis on which any personal data that we collect from you, or that you provide us with, are processed on our website.

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We are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. This Policy sets out the basis on which any personal data that we collect from you, or that you provide us with, are processed on our website.

In the following:

  • ‘Personal data’ means “all information about a person whose name is disclosed or data that allow one to identify a person whether directly or indirectly, through an identification number, or through several specific elements”, according to the definition provided in the French law (loi informatique et libertés dated January 6th, 1978)
  • ‘Website’ or ‘service’ means the website as well as all the all web pages it includes
  • ‘The Editor’ or ‘us’ means Iconic Items Paris, the legal entity or person responsible for the content of the website.
  • ‘User’ or ‘you’ means the person visiting the website and making use of the service offered.

The objective of this policy is to inform you of our commitment to protect your privacy and the confidentiality of all personal data we record to allow you to benefit from our service.
It is capital for you to read our Privacy Policy and understand the way we use your personal data, as well as the reasons behind their use.
When you sign in on the website, you in fact commit to give us true information at all times. Recording false information directly goes against our Terms and Conditions of Use.

Please note that our Privacy Policy may be updated at any point in time we judge necessary, as to comply with the evolution of the applicable laws, and of the technology we use. We will clearly mention any new update to our users as well as the date of applicability of the updated policy, directly on the website.
These updates will be valid and applicable from the day they are made live, and therefore we encourage all our users to refer to our Privacy Policy regularly so as to be informed of the most recent update.

You will also find in our Privacy Policy a clear description of your rights regarding the protection of all personal data provided, and the protection granted by the laws and regulations in place.

If you have questions regarding our Privacy Policy, or if you feel you need to defend your rights as per Article 10 of this Policy, please contact us sending an e-mail to: or a letter to the following address: Iconic Items Paris, 23 boulevard Vital Bouhot – 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine (FRANCE)

1. Dans quels cas collectons-nous vos données à caractère personnel ?

Iconic Items Paris is likely to collect and keep the user personal data according to different actions done on the website (

  • Surfing on the site
  • Creating a member account
  • Placing an order
  • Subscribing our newsletter
  • Contacting the customer service

And therefore, according to the actions mentioned above, allowing Iconic Items Paris to:

  • Manage subscriptions to newsletters or emailings
  • Manage the items of the user order : execution and shipping
  • Make the invoice and payments vision
  • Have a secure solution for online payments and fight against fraud
  • Process the deliveries and get a view to the orders tracking
  • Realize some customized offers according to the user purchasing habits
  • Answer the user requests via the customer service
  • Carry out maintenance and technical development operations

  • The Publisher uses your personal data to enable the implementation and management of the Site Services and to respond to the user specific requests. The Publisher also uses your personal data for the purpose of exploiting and improving his Services, his website structure and his approach. These information are only used by Iconic Items Paris in order to better adapt its Services to the user’s expectations.

1.1 Navigation on the website

By using our website, and filling in our electronic forms, you are voluntarily providing personal data that will be processed by us in the manner and for the purposes described in the following.
For some of the specific services offered on our website you may even need to provide information to a third party, one of our partners; when their services are specifically required for example when making a payment. We do not have any access to the payment information, this sensitive data must be processed according to its specific nature, governed by the third party’s policy in the strictest confidentiality. We encourage you to read their policy on their website before using their platform to fill in your personal data.

Your IP address (Internet Protocol, a logical numeric address assigned to every single device when it is connected to the internet) is automatically detected and recorded. You are informed through our Cookie Policy that our service is most likely to automatically track your online activity. You can easily avoid this, using your browser settings, as indicated in our Terms and Conditions of use.

The website is accessible even without providing any personal data. You are under absolutely no obligation to provide any data if you do not feel comfortable doing so. However if you were to not provide all required information, you would not be eligible to benefit from our services fully or would not be able to access part of the information displayed on our website.

We gather, process and use aggregated data such as statistics or demographic data. These, although they are gathered from among your personal data are not directly linked to your identity and therefore are not included in the definition of personal data given by law. For example we are able to aggregate your user data to calculate what percentage of our users have accessed each page of our website. We can therefore focus our efforts and offer services that remain relevant for our users.

In order to provide the best possible services and contents, the website uses Google Analytics. Google Analytics does not track your use of the internet outside of the boundaries of our website. Google Analytics does not access any of the personal data you have provided on the website, nor can it process these.
None of the data processed on our website are of sensitive nature.

All personal details our Users provide when signing in are kept in compliance with the effective laws and regulations (loi informatique et liberté dated January 6th, 1978). According to said law, our users have a right to access, remove, update or correct the data they have provided. To do so they may place a request using the following e-mail address : or place a request in writing and send it to the following address: Iconic Items Paris, 23 boulevard Vital Bouhot – 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine (FRANCE).

To process the personal data of the User, it is not necessary for the Editor to make an official declaration to the French authority for the protection of personal data (Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés – CNIL)

1.2 Member account

The registered user on the website (member) has the ability to access his or her account by logging in, using the email address specified during registration and a password or using third-party social network login buttons. The user is responsible for protecting the password he or she has chosen, and is encouraged to use complex passwords. In case of forgotten password, the member can choose or generate a new one. This password is the guarantee of confidentiality of information contained in the user account, and the user will refrain from transmitting or communicating it to third parties. Otherwise, the site will not be held liable for unauthorized access to a user account.

Data collection purpose is the creation of a member account. The site publisher can not be held responsible if the data contained in the account were to disappear as a result of a technical failure or force majeure event, this information having no probative value, but only an informative one. The account pages are freely printable by the given account holder but cannot be taken as evidence ; they only have informative value and aim to effectively help the member to manage his or her contributions.

1.3 Making a purchase

Creating an account is not required to place an order. Nevertheless, it is a prerequisite if the user wants to get access to his invoices, purchases tracking, get some customer advantages or to subscribe to Iconic Items Paris’ newsletter.

To this purpose and in accordance with the Terms of Sale, the member can be asked to provide a few personal information, such as his first and last name, his postal address, his bank data (to pay the purchase), his email address and his telephone number. The member agrees to provide accurate information.

1.4 Subscription to our Newsletter

When creating your Account, you can give your consent prior to receiving our newsletters about news and services, as part of the Services. 
You can also consent directly to the receipt of our newsletters by informing your email address at the places provided for this purpose on the Site.
In any event, you have the right to withdraw your consent to receive such newsletters at any time and at no cost under the conditions of paragraph 7 of this page.

1.5 Contacts

In order to respond to any requests you may make to our Customer Service and confirm your information, we may use your name, first name, email address and phone number.

2. What personal data is mostly collected?

– Last Name, first name, postal address, email, telephone;
– Information necessary for the delivery of any order;
– Username and password encrypted to the user identification on the site;
– Encrypted information relating to means of payment;
– Any other information the user wishes to bring to our attention.

3. How do we protect your personal data?

The Data collected by us are processed for the purposes of performing the operations on the contents of the Service.

You may receive emails from our Service, including newsletters that you have accepted. You can ask to no longer receive these emails by contacting us at the address or clicking the link provided for this purpose in each email that will be sent to you.

Only Iconic Items Paris is the recipient of your Personal data. These are never transmitted to a third party, notwithstanding the subcontractors of Iconic Items Paris. Neither Iconic Items Paris nor the subcontractors make any marketing use of the personal data of the visitors and users of the Service.

Your personal data may be shared with the parties listed below for the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy.
We require that all third parties guarantee the security of your personal data and treat it in accordance with the law. We do not allow our third-party service providers to use your data.

4. When do we share your personal data?

4.1 Data transfer to a Third party within the EU

Iconic Items Paris has involved a third party to improve the way the data you provided is processed. This third party may be a company registered in a country outside the EU or in a country within the EU. The third will access the data gathered through the forms displayed on the website.
Prior to any agreement, each third party we wanted to work with has provided us with evidence showing they are able to protect the personal data they access using established protocols, thus guaranteeing they meet our standards regarding data protection. We pay special attention to the effective laws and regulations regarding data protection in the country where the third party is registered. Thus, some of the third parties we are currently working with comply with the Binding Corporate Rules which are CNIL approved since 2016, and all others comply with both Standards Contractual Clauses and the Privacy Shield.

4.2 Data security and confidentiality

We take the security and confidentiality of your personal data very seriously. We want to inform you that your personal data may be disclosed to comply with the applicable laws and regulations, with a decision rendered by a statutory or regulatory authority, or in any case where it is necessary for the Editor to do so to protect his own rights and interests.
We use up-to-date data storage and security techniques to protect your personal information from unauthorized access, improper use or disclosure, unauthorized modification, unlawful destruction, or accidental loss. We protect your personal data using encryption protocols.

5. How long do we keep your personal data?

Your personal data is kept through data hosting. You can find the data hosting details in the Legal Notices of our website. We keep your personal data for only as long as reasonably necessary for the purposes for which it was collected or to comply with any applicable legal reporting or document retention requirements. We will not keep your personal data for a duration exceeding 24 months. After this time, your data will only be used for statistics and will not be processed in any other manner.

6. Cookies: how do we use them?

6.1 What is a cookie ?

Iconic Items Paris as the editor of the website may decide to use cookies which will be installed on your device (whether you are using a computer, laptop, tablet or smartphone). These cookies will ensure you benefit from a fluid and intuitive navigation on our website.

“Cookies” are small files that allow us to identify your device and therefore to offer you a service tailored to your needs and interests.

6.2 What are the cookies issued on our Site for?

The information provided via the cookies will by no means disclose your identity. They are used exclusively by us, with the sole purpose to improve the fluidity of the navigation on our website, while guiding you to a content suited to your main areas of interest. Any of these information is disclosed to a third party of any kind except when you have given Iconic Items Paris your explicit consent to do so, or when disclosing these information to comply with a legal requirement, to respond to a court order or another relevant authority or agent legally authorized to receive these information.

To shed some more light on the type of information gathered by the cookies, you may want to refer to the table describing which type of cookies we use. You can find this complementary information on the website, it includes the name of the cookies, their purpose and how long they remain on your device, just follow this link .

6.3 How can you control the cookies you use?

Most internet browsers’ default settings allow the installation of cookies. You are able to personalize these settings to stop the installation of all cookies, or to allow the installation of some cookies and stop others, depending on what entity brought the cookies forward.

>CAUTION:We want you to pay special attention to the fact that changing your browser’s settings to stop the installation of all cookies on your device will have a negative impact on your experience as a user of our website, and may even alter some of the features of our website. If this were to happen, Iconic Items Paris would decline any responsibility in the matter, as the reason for the poor quality of your experience on our website is your refusal to install the suggested cookies or your decision to delete or block them. In these circumstances, you will not receive any compensation.

Your browser also enables you to delete cookies already installed on your device, and can notify you when new cookies are ready to be installed. These settings have no negative impact on the quality of your experience on our website but you are likely to lose an opportunity to benefit from the cookies features.

Please find below several tools at your disposal to personalize your settings. We advise you to have a close look at it.

6.4 How do you set up your navigation software?

Each internet browser offers its users its own settings to allow you to deal with cookies. To learn how to intervene and personalize these settings, please click on the relevant link(s) and access the help section made available for your browser;

Google Chrome:

Internet Explorer:

Mozilla Firefox:



For more information about the tools at your disposal to protect your data, and specifically regarding cookies, you may want to consult the following page made available by The CNIL:

Please contact us for any complement of information regarding our Privacy Policy, and our use of cookies.

7. What are your rights?

In compliance with the effective laws and regulations on personal data, you have rights. They are detailed below. As a reminder, you can send your request in writing to the following address: Iconic Items Paris, 23 boulevard Vital Bouhot – 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine (FRANCE), or contact us via the following e-mail address:

Please see the following list of your rights:

  • Right to be informed: we must give you information about the way we are using your personal data (as described in our Privacy Policy)
  • Right of accessing your personal data: you have the right to request the access to all the personal data you have provided us with. When you do so, you then receive a copy of all the information you have given us. However, to comply with the obligation to protect the confidentiality of such information, Iconic Items Paris will not disclose these information before receiving first verifying your identity. We will then need a sufficient proof of ID, such as a copy or a scan of a valid ID document.
  • Right of correction: you can request that we amend the data provided if it is incorrect or incomplete. This right also includes any update, or suppression of incorrect or obsolete information.
  • Right to delete: also called in French “droit à l’oubli” in some cases, you can request that we delete all information provided by you (with the exception of a legal reason for us to decline your request and preserve your data).
  • Right to limit data processing: in some cases you can request that we put your data processing on hold for a period of time.
  • Right to data portability: you have the right to request a copy of your personal data in a relevant format (such as .csv for example).
  • Right to object: you have the right to refuse that we process your personal data (for example you could refuse that we use your data for marketing purposes).

However, you can only exercise these rights in one of these two situations: if you have a legitimate reason or if you wish to keep your data from being disclosed to a third party for commercial prospecting or solicitation purposes.
Please contact us if you feel you need to exercise one of the rights listed above, write a letter and send it to the following address: Iconic Items Paris, 23 boulevard Vital Bouhot – 92200 Neuilly-sur-Seine (FRANCE), or contact us via the following e-mail address:

You do not need to pay any fee to access your personal data (or to exercise any of the rights listed above). However, we may charge you an appropriate fee if you send us a request clearly unfounded, or repetitive or obviously excessive. In that situation we will have the right to dismiss your request entirely.

Iconic Items Paris, if necessary, will have the right to dismiss any improper request, whether they are excessively repetitive, systematically or simply too numerous.
We may ask you to provide us with specific information to confirm your identity before granting you access to personal data (or to exercise any other of your rights). It is a way for us to protect your data, so they are not accidentally disclosed to a person who should not have any access to them. We may also contact you after receiving your query, simply to be able to answer it quicker.

We aim to answer all queries within a month as long as they are legitimate. We may answer your query after a period longer than a month if it requires more time and attention, or if you sent multiple or complex requests. In that case we will inform you we need more time and will keep you updated.

8. Can we change the Privacy Policy?

We reserve the right to amend the Charter at any time. It is therefore recommended that you consult it regularly. In the event of a change, we will post these changes on this page and in such locations as we deem appropriate, depending on the purpose and significance of the changes made.

The use of the Site by the users after any modification means that the users accept these modifications. If the users do not agree to any material changes to this Policy, the users must stop using the Site.

If as a user, you have any questions about your personal data or if you would like to delete your Account, please contact us by email at the following address:

9. The Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (“CNIL”)

To get further information about French Data Personal & Web Laws, we remind you that you can contact directly The CNIL on their website or by mail at the following postal address : Commission Nationale de l’Informatique et des Libertés (CNIL), 3 place de Fontenoy – TSA 80715, 75334 Paris Cedex 07.