LEGAL

PUBLISHER

LONGCHAMP

A SAS Company with share capital of 2.000.000 euros

Head office: 12, rue Saint Florentin – 75001 PARIS

Registered in the Paris Registry of Commerce under number 737 050 187

737.050.187 RCS Paris

VAT ID number FR 71 737 050 187

Tel. + 33 (0)1 43 16 00 00

Name of publisher: Jean Cassegrain
 

 

SELLER

 

 

LONGCHAMP (UK) LIMITED

Limited Company with a capital of £ 1,210,100

Head office located at 28 New Bond Street, London W1S 2RJ

Company ID number : 3833491

VAT number : GB 743673613

 

E-mail: [email protected]

Tel. +44 (0) 20 7493 8500

 

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LONGCHAMP

A SAS Company with share capital of 2.000.000 euros
Head office: 12, rue Saint Florentin – 75001 PARIS
Registered in the Paris Registry of Commerce under number 737 050 187

737.050.187 RCS Paris
Tel. + 33 (0)1 43 16 00 00

 

 

Utilization of this site implies fully acceptance of the terms described below, acknowledging equally that LONGCHAMP has the right to modify them at any time.

 

In the event of a possible cancellation of any one or other of these terms of utilization for this site, this shall not alter the remaining terms which will still stand.

 

Intellectual property rights covering the site and all connected elements (brand, models, royalties, domain names...) are subject to property or usage rights exclusively reserved for LONGCHAMP. Any attempt to copy or reproduce part of, or the entire site - without express prior permission from LONGCHAMP - is strictly forbidden, unless for personal and private use and excluding any commercial or advertising actions whatsoever.

 

LONGCHAMP can in no circumstances be held responsible in the case of direct or indirect damages, of whatever nature, that might result from the utilization of this site, in particular in the case of:

    • failure, breakdown, difficulty or interruption of the site or appearance of bugs;
    • inaccuracy or incomplete character of the information which are on the site ;
    • damage consecutive to the fraudulent intervention of a third party having caused a modification of the information available on the site ;
    • any damage caused to the user of the site, to third parties and/or to his equipment as a result of his connection or use of the site.

LONGCHAMP commits itself to safeguard the confidential nature of personal information given by visitors on this site, in accordance with the Personal Data Policy accessible on the site..

 

In compliance with the French Data Protection Act No. 78-17 of 6 January 1978 as amended and the EU Regulation 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016, you have the right to access, rectify, and delete your personal data as well as a right to data portability and a right to oppose and limit the processing of this data, which you may exercise by writing to LONGCHAMP SAS, 12 rue Saint Florentin 75001 Paris, and must accompany your request with a copy of your proof of identity, or by using our online form. You may also contact our data protection officer (DPO) at the following address: [email protected] . You have the right to submit a claim to the French data protection authority (CNIL) by writing to: Commission Nationale Informatique et Libertés, 3 Place de Fontenoy - TSA 80715 - 75334 PARIS CEDEX 07.

 

Moreover, if you choose to subscribe to our sales offers, we may send you promotional offers, invitations to events or any news about the LONGCHAMP brand by e-mail, SMS or telephone. You have the possibility to unsubscribe by following the instructions mentioned on each communication.

 

The site may emit cookies by automatically collecting standard information in accordance with the Cookies Policy accessible on the site.

 

The creation of hypertext links towards this site, without obtaining LONGCHAMP's prior written agreement, is strictly forbidden. In any case, any link must be removed at the simple request of LONGCHAMP. LONGCHAMP disclaims all liability regarding the contents of any web site linked to its own site.

 

The present terms are subject to and controlled by French law. In the event of dispute and in absence of amicable resolution, only French Courts have jurisdiction.