Welcome to www.blaze-milano.com, BLAZÉ’s official online website, (hereinafter the “website”).The access and use of the website are activities regulated by these general conditions of use. The access and use of this website, as well as the purchase of products, imply that you read, understand and accept these general conditions of use, and general terms and conditions of sale. This website is managed and maintained by BLAZÉ s.r.l., a company incorporated under Italian law with registered office in Via Bettino Ricasoli 2, 20121, Milan, Italy, fiscal code, vat no. And registration number 08197490967, (hereinafter “BLAZÉ”).

For assistance and/or information concerning orders and shipping, refunds and return of products purchased on the website, suggestions and other general information on the services offered by the website, please feel free to contact BLAZÉ, by email at e-boutique@blaze-milano.com. For any other legal information, please read the general sales conditions, return policy and privacy policy. BLAZÉ can at any time amend or simply update these general conditions of use, in full or in part. The changes and updates of the general conditions of use will be notified to the users in the homepage of the website as soon as they become applicable, and they will be binding once published on the website, in this section. Should you not agree with the general conditions of use of the website, in full or in part, please refrain from using our website.

Accessing and using the website (including the visualization of the web pages) communicating with BLAZÉ, downloading information on products, and purchasing products on the website, constitute activities carried out by our users, exclusively for personal purposes and not related to any commercial, entrepreneurial, and professional activity. By accessing the website, you will be the only one liable for the use of the website and its contents. BLAZÉ cannot be deemed liable for the use of the website and its contents by any third party which is not compliant with applicable laws, except for BLAZÉ‘s liability for fraud and serious fault. In particular, the consumer is the only person liable for providing wrong or false information and data to third parties, and for the improper use of said data.BLAZÉ shall not be liable for damages to the computer systems or losses of data due to downloading operations since the user surfs BLAZÉ’S website at his own risk. BLAZÉ declines any liability for possible damages due to the impossibility to access the services offered on the website or possible damages caused by viruses, corrupted files, errors, omissions, service interruptions, deletions of contents, problems related to the network, providers or telephone and/or telecommunication connections, non-authorized accesses, data alterations, lack and/or faulty operation of the user’s electronic devices.The user is liable for the preservation and use his/her personal information properly, including the login information that allows to access reserved services, and for any detrimental consequence or prejudice derived to BLAZÉ or third parties due to improper use, loss, or stealing of said information.


Please read carefully the privacy and cookies policy – in order to understand how the website collects and uses your personal data and for which purposes – also applied to users that access the website and use the relative services, even without purchasing any product.


Please The website’s, format, including web pages, layout, graphics, colors, schemes, tools, the characters and design of the website are protected by legislative decree n. 95/2001. The website’s content including the diagrams, methods, processes, functions and software relative to the website, are protected by l. 633/1942 (italian copyright law). The reproduction of the website and its contents, whether in full or in part, is prohibited in any form, without the explicit written approval of blazé. Blazé claims the exclusive right to authorize or forbid the direct or indirect, temporary or permanent reproduction, in any way or form, whether in full or in part, of the website and its contents. With regards to the use of the website, you are exclusively authorized to
(I) visualize the website and its contents,
(II) perform any other temporary reproduction activity which is not related to any personal economic purpose, considered provisional or additional, and integral and essential activity for the visualization of the website and its contents, and
(III) any other navigation activity on the website, performed exclusively in view of a licit use of the same site and its contents.
You agree to comply with the copyrights of the artists that chose to publish their works on the website of that have collaborated with the latter, to the creation of new expressive and artistic forms destined to be published, even if not exclusively, on the website or that form an integral part of it. Moreover, you are not authorized under any circumstance, to use the contents of the website and any single work protected by copyright and any other intellectual property right, in any way or form. For example and not limitedly to, you cannot alter or anyhow, modify the protected contents and works without the consent of blazé and of the single authors of the works published on the website, if needed.
“blazé” is a registered / unregistered trademark. The user shall refrain from using or reproducing the “blazé” trademark. In any manner which infringes with the trademark laws applicable in the jurisdiction where the blazé sign is protected.
Notwithstanding the foregoing, the blazè may take legal action against any other use by users which:
- does not comply with the terms and conditions herein laid down;
- infringes or breaches the intellectual and industrial property rights or other equivalent rights of the company or of any other third-party legal right holder, or violates any other applicable laws.


The website contains hypertext links (the “links”) to other websites which are not related to the website. Blazé does not control neither performs monitoring activities on said websites and their contents. Blazé will not be deemed liable for the contents of these websites and rules adopted by the latter, also with regards to your privacy and handling of your personal data while browsing through said sites. Therefore, please be careful when connecting to these websites through the links available on the website and read carefully the relative conditions of use and regulations on privacy. Indeed, these general conditions of use and the privacy policy of the website are not applied to websites managed by other subjects other than blazé. The website provides links to other websites, only with the purpose to facilitate its users in their search and navigation activities, and to facilitate the online hypertext connection to other websites. The activation of the links does not imply any recommendation or warning by blazé for accessing and browsing these websites, neither any guarantee about their contents, services or products offered by said sites and sold to the internet users. Accordingly, blazè accept no liability whatsoever for any loss or damage which may arise from the use of such links.

These general conditions of use are regulated by italian law.

1. Subject matter and business policy

1.1. The following general terms and conditions of sale govern the sale of products (hereafter the “products”) manufactured by BLAZÉ S.R.L., a company registered under Italian law with registered office in Via Bettino Ricasoli 2, 20121, Milan, tax code, vat no. 08197490967 (hereafter “BLAZÉ” or the “vendor”) through the e-commerce website www.blaze-milano.com (hereafter the “website”). Please read these terms and conditions carefully before ordering any products. By ordering any of our products you shall be bound to these terms and conditions.


1.2. The products for sale on the website are directly sold by BLAZÉ

1.3. According to the Italian consumer code, “consumer” shall mean any individual who is acting for purposes other than his or her trade, business, or profession. Only consumers are permitted to submit orders via the website. If you are not a consumer, please refrain from purchasing any products thorough the website.


1.4. BLAZÉ reserves the right not to process orders received from visitors who do not fall within the definition of “consumers” according to the Italian consumer code or any other order which does not comply with BLAZÉ’s business policy.


1.5. Only consumers who are of age 18 or over and have full legal capacity, may place an order on the website. In placing an order, the consumer declares to comply with such requirements. 

2. Product features and availability

2.1. Products are sold according to their features described on the website and pursuant to the general terms and conditions of sales published on the website at the time of the order. Some products could be custom made or could be personalized (hereinafter “custom products”). Certain restrictions, (like the right to return the custom products) may apply to custom products.

2.2. The vendor reserves the right to amend all or part of these general terms and conditions of sale at any moment from time to time and at its own discretion, with no obligation to give prior notice to visitors or consumers. All amendments to the general terms and conditions of sale come into force from the date on which they are published on the website and will only apply to sales concluded from that date onwards.


2.3. Prices, products (and relative features) sold on the website may also be subject to changes without notice. Consumers are therefore advised to check the actual prices before placing any order.


2.4. Although the website can be accessed from all over the world, products available on the website can only be purchased by consumers who request delivery to one of the countries listed on the website.

3. Product purchase procedure – conclusion of each individual purchase contract


3.1 In order to place an order, the consumer must complete the online order form and send it electronically to the vendor and follow all of the reported instructions.


3.2 Orders submitted through the website shall be interpreted as a binding offer pursuant to art. 1326 of the Italian civil code and are subject to these general terms and conditions of sale as well as all other conditions contained on the website, including the general terms and conditions of use and the privacy policy, which form an integral part of each order; by placing an order the consumer undertakes to fully accept the same without reservation.


3.3 Before placing an order, consumers will be asked to: (i) carefully read and understand these general terms and conditions of sale, (ii) read and understand the notice concerning withdrawal rights, and (iii) print and save a copy of the order. Consumers will also be asked to confirm and correct any possible errors in their personal data.


3.4 Orders shall be deemed accepted by the vendor (and a binding contract is concluded) once a confirmation e-mail is sent to the consumer (hereinafter “order confirmation”), to the email address provided during the registration process, or during the order process if the consumer has not registered on the website; a summary of the order placed and a description of the product features. The order confirmation and the general terms and conditions of sales applicable to the contract concluded between the parties will be filed electronically by the vendor’s it systems and the consumer may request a copy of the same by sending an e-mail to the vendor at e-boutique@blaze-milano.com.


3.5 The order confirmation will be filed in the vendor’s database. The vendor may access his order form by clicking on the appropriate section in the costumer area.

4. Product selection, product price indications and purchasing procedure


4.1 Due to the high demand for the products, the vendor is currently limiting purchases to two (2) products per consumer..


4.2 The main features of products are shown on the website on each product page. The products sold on www.blaze-milano.com may not exactly correspond to the real garments in terms of image and colors due to the internet browsers or monitors.


4.3 The products displayed on the website can only be purchased by selecting the relative products and adding them to your virtual cart. Once the selection is complete, in order to proceed with the purchase, the consumer will be asked to (i) register with the website, providing details as requested, or, (ii) where already registered, to login, or (iii) to provide his details so that the order can be completed and the contract can be concluded. If the details on the order are different from those provided during the website registration phase, the consumer will be asked to confirm the details (by way of example and not limited to: name, surname etc.) As well as the delivery address for the products chosen, the billing address and, on an optional basis, a telephone number on which the consumer can be contacted in relation to the purchase made. The consumer will be provided with a summary of his completed order and may change the contents. The consumer, will be required to carefully read and expressly approve the general terms and conditions of sale by indicating the relative check box and, finally, confirm the order by pressing the “place order” button; this action will send the order to the vendor in compliance with par. 3.2.-3.6. Of these terms and condition of sales.  The consumer will also be asked to select a delivery option and a payment method from those available. If the consumer selects immediate payment by credit card or by PayPal he will be requested to provide the credit card information via a secure socket connection. The vendor reserves the right to check the personal details provided by the consumer for accounting and administration purposes. For payments by credit card, the purchase price will only be charged to the consumer when the vendor sends the actual order confirmation.

5. Delivery and acceptance of goods


5.1 Product availability and delivery dates reported on the website are merely indicative and under no circumstances binding for the vendor.

5.2 The vendor shall make its best effort to comply to the delivery dates provided on the website or confirmed on the order confirmation. In case no delivery date is provided, the vendor shall deliver the products ordered at the latest within thirty (30) days from the date of the order confirmation. If the order cannot be processed by the vendor due to product unavailability, the vendor shall notify the consumer in writing and refund any amounts paid pursuant to par 5.3 below.

5.3 The products ordered by the consumer shall be delivered according to the method chosen from those available and listed on the website at the time the order is placed. The consumer undertakes to promptly check, within and no later than eight (8) days of receipt of the products, that the delivery is correct and includes all and only the purchased products, and to notify the vendor, within this deadline, of any faulty products received or any discrepancy between the order and the goods received, following the procedure referred to in par. 8 of this contract; failure to do so will infer that the products shall be deemed as accepted. In the case that the packaging or boxing of the products ordered by the consumer reaches its destination visibly damaged, the consumer is invited to refuse to accept the delivery from the carrier/courier or accept the delivery “with rights reserved”.

6. Prices, shipping costs, customs duties and taxes


6.1 The price of the products is reported on the website at the time the order is placed by the consumer. All prices are reported in euros and are inclusive of vat (where applicable) and of any other duty (where applicable) and include shipping costs.

6.2 The total price will be indicated in the order and provided on the order confirmation sent via e-mail to the consumer.

6.3 If the products are to be delivered outside the European union, the total price reported in the order and in the order confirmation, including indirect taxes, is net of any customs duties and any other taxes. Consumer hereby agrees to pay for any applicable custom duties or other costs, charges, and local applicable taxes, if required, in addition to the price stated in the order and in the order confirmation, as required by the applicable laws in force in the country where the product will be delivered. The consumer is invited to check with the relevant authorities in his country of residence or destination of products for further information on any duties or taxes applicable in his country of residence or destination of the products.

6.4 Any unawareness by the consumer of potential costs, charges, taxes and/or duties referred to in par. 6.3 above, shall not constitute grounds for termination of this contract and shall under no circumstances be paid by the vendor.

7. Payments


7.1 The vendor reserves the right to amend prices at any time; however, changes will not affect orders for which the vendor has already sent you an order confirmation.


7.2 Payments are accepted by credit card, debit card or PayPal. Accept payments can only be processed by the following credit cards: Visa; Mastercard; Maestro, American Express. 


7.3 To minimize the possibility of unauthorized access, the consumer’s credit card details will be encrypted. Once the order is received, we will request a pre-authorization on your card to ensure there are sufficient funds available to complete the transaction. No charge will be made to the consumer’s credit card until his order has been dispatched for delivery. However, if the consumer’s payment method is PayPal, the charge will be made when he receives the order confirmation. 


7.4 By clicking “authorize payment” the consumer is confirming that he is the credit card owner or the legitimate holder. Credit cards are subject to validation checks and authorization by the credit card issuer but if the card issuer fails to authorize payment the vendor will not be liable for any delay or non-delivery and may not be able to form a contract with you. 


 Vendor’s legal warranty of conformity, reporting of non-conformities and interventions under warranty.


8.1 Pursuant to and in accordance with European directive no. 44/99/ce and Italian legislative decree no. 206/2005 (consumer code), the vendor guarantees the consumer that the products are without design or material defects and conform to the description published on the website for a period for 2 (two) years from the date of delivery of the products to the consumer. No guarantee applies if products are used or cleaned in a manner not in compliance with the instructions/warnings provided by the vendor, in the instruction booklet, tags, or labels.


8.2 The consumer should report any material defects and non-conformities of the products. Defects, etc. Should be reported to the seller by e-mail to the address: e-boutique@blaze-milano.com, by providing the details of the fault and/or non-conformity, with a photograph of the product, the order confirmation forwarded by the vendor and/or the receipt. Failure to do so will invalidate this warranty.


8.3 Following receipt of the complaint and relative documentation, the vendor will assess the defects and non-conformities and relative documentation reported by the consumer via the vendor’s customer service. After carrying out quality checks to ascertain effective non-conformity of the product, the vendor shall decide whether to authorize return of the products, sending the consumer “returns code” by e-mail. Authorization to return the products in no way represents recognition of defects or non-conformities, the existence of which shall be ascertained following receipt of the products. Returned products shall be delivered together with a copy of the authorization bearing the” returns code”, within 30 (thirty days) from the date of reporting the defect or non-conformity, to the following address: BLAZÉ s.r.l., Via Bettino Ricasoli 2, 20121, Milan – Italy.


8.4 Any refund made will be made by either using the same payment method used by the consumer to purchase the product, or by bank transfer. The purchaser will be responsible for sending the vendor, using the same e-mail address: e-boutique@blaze-milano.com the bank details for the latter to be able to transfer the refund.


8.5 Warranties are not applicable to products which have been used or washed in an inappropriate manner, without following the instructions/warnings provided by the vendor and/or the owner of the product, on the information leaflets, tags, or labels.


9. Defective products liability


9.1 The conditions foreseen by ec directive 85/374/cee and by Italian legislative decree n.  206/2005 – (consumer code) are applicable to any damages caused by defective products. The vendor, in its capacity as distributor of the products on the website disclaims all liability, without exclusions and/or exceptions, and shall refer the consumer to the manufacturer of the product concerned.

10. Right of withdrawal, cooling-off period


10.1 The consumer shall have the right to withdraw from any contract concluded pursuant to these general terms and conditions of sale, without incurring in any penalty, within 14 (fourteen) days from (i) the day on which the product is delivered or (ii) if several products on one order are delivered separately, from the date the last product was received. The right of withdrawal does not apply to custom or personalized products.


10.2 The consumer should return the products in the same condition in which he has received them and at his own expense. The consumer has a legal obligation to take reasonable care of the products whilst they are in his possession. If the consumer fails to comply with this obligation, the vendor may have a right of action against you for compensation.


10.3 In order to correctly return the products:• the consumer should notify the vendor at e-boutique@blaze-milano.com within fourteen (14) calendar days, (beginning on the day he received the products (or for purchases of multiple products, the day on which you received the last product) • the products should not have been used, worn, washed or damaged;• the identification tag should still be attached to the products with the disposable seal;• the products should be returned in their original packaging;• products should be returned to the vendor within fourteen (14) calendar days of the date you notify us of your decision to cancel.


10.4 Upon completing the requirements of par. 10.2 above, the consumer will receive a withdrawal confirmation email, containing the rma form to be included in the package, along with the instructions on how to return the product. 


10.5 The vendor will refund the price of the product in full, excluding standard delivery costs, if any have been paid and excluding supplementary costs for expedited delivery options, gift wrapping and other additional expenses.


10.6 The consumer is liable for any diminished value of the products resulting from the handling other than what is necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning of the goods. Therefore, if the returned goods are found to be damaged (for instance showing signs of wear, abrasion, nicks, scratches, deformation, etc.), not complete with all parts and accessories (including unaltered labels still attached to the product), unaccompanied by the instructions/notes/manuals supplied, the original packaging and packing and the original warranty, if any, the customer shall be accountable for the decreased value of the product, and be entitled to receive a refund equal to the residual value of the product. To this purpose, it is highly recommended to refrain form handling the product other than as strictly necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning of the same, and to use the original packaging of the products plus further protective packaging that will keep them intact.

11. Transfer of rights and obligations, case of force majeure


11.1 The contract between the consumer and BLAZÈ is binding on the consumer and the company and on the respective successors and assigns. The consumer may not transfer, assign, charge or otherwise dispose of the contract, or any of his rights or obligations arising under it (aside from BLAZÈ’S guarantee), without the company’s prior written consent.


11.2 BLAZÈ will not be liable or responsible for any failure to perform, or delay in performance of, any of the obligations under the contract that is caused by events outside BLAZÈ’S reasonable control. An event outside the owner’s control includes any act, event, non-happening, omission, or accident beyond the company’s reasonable control.

12. Intellectual property rights


12.1 The consumer acknowledges that he or she is aware that all trademarks, names and other distinctive signs as well as any names, images, photographs, written text or graphics used on the website or relating to the products are and remain the exclusive property of BLAZÉ and/or its assignees, with no rights arising on the part of the consumer in relation to the same as a result of access to the website and/or purchase of the products.

12.2 Unless prior specific consent is granted in writing by BLAZÉ, no contents of the website can be reproduced in whole or in part, transferred using electronic or conventional means, modified, or used for any purpose whatsoever.

13. Protection of consumer personal data


13.1 In order to proceed with the registration process, place an order and sign this contract, the consumer is required to provide certain personal details. The consumer hereby acknowledges that the personal data provided will be recorded and used by the vendor in accordance with and subject to the provisions of Italian legislative decree no. 196/2003 as subsequently amended the privacy code (personal data protection code), to process each purchase via the website and, upon granting his consent, for any other activities as illustrated in the specific informative note on the personal data protection code provided to the consumer by the website during the registration phase.

13.2 The consumer hereby declares and guarantees that the personal details provided during the registration and purchase process are truthful and accurate.

13.3 The consumer is entitled, at any moment in time, to update and/or amend the personal data submitted to the vendor via the “my account” section on the website, which can be accessed after logging in.

13.4 For any further information on how the personal details of consumers are processed, please refer to the privacy policy and read the general conditions of use carefully.

14. Security


14.1 While the vendor takes all necessary precautions to protect personal data from being leaked, falsified, manipulated or used by unlawful third parties, due to the characteristics and technical limitations concerning the protection of electronic communications via the internet, the vendor does not guarantee that the information or data viewed by the consumer on the website, even after the consumer has provided relative login credentials, will not be accessible or viewable by unauthorized third parties.

14.2 When a payment is made by credit card the vendor shall rely on services provided by third parties which adopt technological systems to guarantee maximum levels of reliability, security, protection and confidentiality for information transmitted over the web.

15. Applicable law, settlements and jurisdiction


15.1 These general sales terms and conditions govern any sales contracts signed between the vendor and the consumer under these general sales conditions shall be governed and construed in accordance with the Italian laws in forces and, in particular, with legislative decree no. 206 dated September 6, 2005 of the consumer code, with specific reference made to the regulations concerning distance contracts, and by legislative decree no. 70 dated April 9, 2003, on certain aspects concerning electronic commerce. This is without prejudice to any rights granted to consumers by binding provisions in force in the consumer’s country of residence.

15.2 The assigned exclusive jurisdiction for all disputes arising in connection with the application or interpretation of these general terms and conditions of sale is the court of residence of the consumer if residing in Italy. In case the consumer does not reside in Italy, the exclusive jurisdiction is the court of Milan, Italy.


This privacy policy provides you with all information that is useful for understanding how we collect and use the information identifying users of the website and illustrates the purpose and processing methods used by the data controller to process personal data. Please read our privacy policy carefully, as it applies every time a user browses the pages of the website www.blaze-milano.com, regardless of whether the same decides to take advantage of the services proposed by the same and/or purchase any of the displayed products. These guidelines shall be regarded as an integral part of the website’s general user conditions as they provide information on privacy and the security systems adopted by the website.


The owner and controller of the data processed by this website is BLAZÉ s.r.l., with registered office in Via Bettino Ricasoli 2, Milan, Italy tax id and vat registration 08197490967 (hereinafter “BLAZÉ”, “data controller” or “owner”). BLAZÉ independently decides on the purposes and methods of the processing, as well as on the security procedures to be applied to guarantee confidentiality, integrity and availability of the data. .

Data controller: BLAZÈ srl- registred office in p.zza Castello, 18 – 20121 Milan.


Data protection officer: fausto.sorrentino@macwin2005.it; tel 0637511706.


2. Purpose of personal data processing:

Management of the relationship with the data subject (client and/or prospect) referring to the purchase of products from BLAZÈ srl and related processing operations (delivery, invoicing, warranty management, etc.).

Direct or indirect marketing purposes, by submitting to the interested party promotional communications using multiple channels listed below.Depending on how the user interacts with the platform, BLAZÈ will process the personal data for the following purposes, based on different legal terms:

Purpose:  Registration as user of the platform

Legal Standing: This is necessary on the terms regulating the use of the platform;

Information: If the user decides to create an account, the owner needs to process the personal data to identify the data subject as a user of the platform and grant the access to its various functionalities, products, and services available to the data subject as a registered user. The user may cancel the registered account by contacting BLAZÈ.

Purpose:  Contractual fulfillment and provision of the service.

Legal Standing: Lawful interest to conduct the necessary verifications to prevent potential fraud or fraudulent uses of the Platform;

Information: To contact the user for updates or informative notices related to the contracted functionalities, products or services, including quality surveys; To manage payment of the ordered products; To manage potential exchanges or returns of the products; To prevent and detect unauthorized uses of the platform and eventual frauds against the owner;

Purpose:  Satisfy requests or applications that the user makes through the customer support channels.

Legal Standing: In case of request related to the exercise of the user’s rights or to claims on BLAZÈ’S products, the owner is legally permitted to process the personal data for compliance with the owner’s legal obligations.

Information: BLAZÈ processes the data that are strictly necessary to manage or resolve the request or the application.

Purpose:  Marketing 

Legal Standing: User’s consent.

Information: If the user subscribes to BLAZÈ’S newsletter and if the user provides consent to profiling and marketing activities, the owner will process the personal data to manage your subscription, including to send customized information on BLAZÈ’S products or services through various channels (such as e-mail, sms, push notifications)

3. Storage time of data:

Data will be kept for the time necessary to manage the relationship with the client, including implementation of the guarantee and/or any “recall/update” campaigns, compliant to provisions in force, and, for direct/indirect marketing purposes only, for a period consistent with the commercial aims and dynamics related to the nature of the product itself.

The time for which the personal data will be kept will depend on the purposes for which the owner process them, as outlined below:

Purpose:  1. To manage the platform user registration 

Time for which the data are kept: User’s BLAZÈ will process the data for the time during which the data subject will remain a registered user (meaning, until he/she decides to unsubscribe).

Purpose:  2. Performance and execution of the purchase or services contract 

Time for which the data are kept: BLAZÈ will process the data for the time necessary to manage the purchase of the products that the user acquired, including potential returns, complaints or claims related to the purchase of the product in question.

Purpose:  3. Costumer support 

Time for which the data are kept: BLAZÈ will process the data for the time necessary to meet the different requests or applications.

Purpose:  4. Marketing 

Time for which the data are kept: BLAZÈ will process the data until the data subject will decide to unsubscribe or cancel the subscription to the newsletter.

 In any case, BLAZÈ will keep the data duly stored and protected for the time during which liability may arise for their processing, in compliance with legislation in force from time to time. Once each of the eventual actions is time-barred the owner will promptly proceed to delete the personal data.


4. Place of the data processing:

The personal data that BLAZÈ collects from the user is generally stored within a country of the European union or the European economic area (“eu/eea”) but may also, whenever necessary for the contractual fulfilment and for the provision of the service, be transferred to and processed in a country outside of the eu/eea. Any such transfer of the personal data will be carried out in compliance with applicable laws.

In some cases BLAZÈ may transfer personal data from the eu/eea to a third country not being approved by European commission as a safe country for such transfer (adequacy decision). Whenever applicable the owner will use standard contractual clauses to ensure a equivalent level of protection as granted within the eu/eea or other lawful grounds for transfer.


5. Nature of the provision:

Data provision is free, but the refusal to provide certain data may not make it possible to perform the services related to the relationship with the client.The consent for marketing purposes may be in any case denied without entailing any burden or damage to the interested party in relation to his position towards the controller.


6. Type of data processed.

Personal data, billing data and data concerning commercial choices made, limited to marketing purposes.


7. Way of data processing.

Data processing may be carried out either manually or through it. Data may be also processed by automated tools. In relation to this specific method of processing, the interested party may request not to be subject to decisions that come from it with the same methods indicated for the exercise of the generality of his rights (section 8).


8. Scope of data dissemination.

Data may circulate within the data controller company subject to the limits of what is necessary for the pursuit of the purposes indicated above and in any case in compliance with the security measures necessary to avoid loss or leakage of data.

The data or some of them may be communicated to the service providers that process the data on behalf of the controller. The data will not be disseminated anyway.

To the extent necessary, the personal data may be shared with suppliers, sub-contractors and independent third-parties, acting as processors and sub-processors (like, for instance, financial institutions, technological and analytical service providers or providers and partners of services related to logistic, transport and and/or their partner establishments), carrying out certain tasks on BLAZÈ’S behalf.

Moreover, the owner may also share personal data to third parties, if he has reason to believe that using or disclosing such information is necessary or advisable to:

1) conduct investigations of possible breaches of law;

2) protect the owner’s rights, safety or property;

3) investigate security breaches or cooperate with government authorities pursuant to a legal matter;

4) identify, contact, or bring legal action against someone who may be violating an agreement they have with BLAZÈ.


The owner reserves the right to transmit any data he has about the data subject in case of mergers, acquisitions or company reorganization.


9. Rights of the data subject.

At any time the data subject may exercise the rights referred to in articles 15 and following of the European regulation n. 679/2016 and precisely: the right to know whether their personal data are being processed and therefore to know their content and origin, to verify their accuracy or to request their integration, deletion, limitation, updating, correction, transformation into anonymous form or blocking, as well as the right to object in any case, for legitimate reasons, to their processing and to lodge a complaint with the data protection supervisor.

Regarding the user’s right to request rectification of the available data, it should be noted that if the data subject is a registered user on the platform, he may also access the relevant personal data section to change or update your personal data. In any case, please take into account that, on actively making the personal data available to the owner through any procedure, the data subject guarantees that they are true and accurate, and he/she undertakes to notify to BLAZÈ any change or modification of the data. Only the user shall be liable for any loss or damage caused to the platform or to the person responsible for the platform or to any third party by reporting erroneous, inaccurate or incomplete information in the registration forms.

You may withdraw at any time the given consent interrupting the data processing.

When blaze is legally permitted to process the personal data due to the user’s consent or to the contractual fulfillment, as explained in article 2, the data subject will also have the right to request the portability of the data. This means that you he/she have the right to receive the shared data in a structured, commonly used and machine-legible format, to be able to transmit them to another entity directly without impediments on our part. Moreover, where the processing of the data is based on a lawful interest, the user will also have the right to object to the processing of the interested data.


These rights may be exercised by sending a request to the pro tempore data controller at the e-mail address e-boutique@blaze-milano.com.

1. What are cookies? .


 Cookies are small units of text strings that websites visited by the user may send to the user’s device (normally to the browser); they are then stored on the device and transmitted to the website again the next time the user visits it.


 Cookies must be enabled in order to be able to order products on the website. If the user chooses not to accept the cookies, you can still browse the website and use it for reference purposes. Cookies are enabled by default by most browsers, nevertheless a section with instructions on how to manage cookie settings for each browser can be found at the end of this page.


 It is important to point out that, while browsing the web, users may receive two different sorts of cookies:


 (i)       those of the website visited by the user (so-called “first party cookies”); and/or


 (ii)      those of other websites or web servers (so-called “third party cookies”).


 Cookies can also be classified into categories according to the purpose for which they are used:


 1. Technical cookies: these cookies provide improved browsing of the website by saving the users choices in relation to specific configurations;


 2. Profiling cookies: they are used to track the navigation activities of the user and send advertising and/or offer services which meet the preferences of the same ;


 3. Analysis cookies: these cookies can quantify the number of users, sections visited on the platform and how users interact with it to carry out statistical measurement and analysis on use, in order to implement improvements based on the analysis of data on how users use the platform or service.


 Cookies can perform various functions, such as allowing you to navigate between different pages efficiently, remembering your preferences, and in general to improve the user’s experience on websites.


 Cookies are not dangerous for any user devices. No personal identification information such as, for instance, credit card details, are saved in the cookies generated by the website. The information below, however, is encrypted and collected by the same to improve the user’s browsing experience on the website. For example, they can be useful for identifying and resolving errors, or for identifying relevant correlated products to be proposed to the user during navigation.


2. First party cookies


 The website uses the following types of first-party technical cookies, for which no users’ consent is required but for which the data controller is obliged to provide adequate information:


 (a)       session or in-memory cookies: these are essential as they allow the user to move from one page to another on our website and make use of the services provided; as they are not stored on the user’s device, they exist only in temporary memory while the user navigates the website and disappear when the browser is closed;


 (b)       persistent cookies: these cookies instead of expiring when the web browser is closed as session cookies do, a persistent cookie expires at a specific date or after a specific length of time. Used solely to improve website browsing speed, as they memorise certain settings selected by the user (such as be recognized when you subsequently access the website, or if you have added items into your shopping bag and closed the session without completing the purchase). Functional cookies are not essential to the functioning of the website, but rather improve navigation quality and experience.


 The use of technical cookies and the processing activities related to the same, do not require prior consent of the user, according to the current laws in force.


 The possibility remains, in any case, for users to prevent the installation of technical cookies at any moment in time using the settings on the browser used; this does mean, however, that such settings may make the website slow, complicated or even impossible to navigate.

3. Third party cookies


 It is possible that some cookies are placed on your device when browsing our website which are not directly controlled and managed by the data controller. This happens, for instance, if the user visits a page that contains third party website content.


 In this respect, please be advised that BLAZÉ has no role in the processing of the data collected by this type of cookie, given their status as mere technical intermediaries.


 Third party cookies are required to view customised advertising on the website and other sites, and are based on the browsing activities of each individual user. This type of cookie may also be used by third parties to display their products and services on the website.


 The website also uses analytic cookies which are used to collect, as a mere example, the following information:


 • number of visitors, pages viewed and navigation from page to page within the website;


 • efficacy of the acquisition campaigns based on web traffic sources;


 • details on products viewed and/or downloaded from the website.


 These cookies, along with the purposes for which the same are used outside the website, fall under the direct and exclusive responsibility of the third part that installs them on the users’ terminals and are used to display advertising media to the user that may be of interest to the same (as in the case of third party cookies used for marketing/retargeting strategies). Should the user decide not to receive third party cookies on his/her device, it is possible to use the links below and access the information notice and consent forms provided by such third parties to reject setting of all such cookies.


4. How to disable cookies


 In the cookies settings panel, available at all times on the platform, the user can find all the information on the cookies used by this platform, along with information on the purpose, duration and management (first or third-party) of each cookie, so the data subject can enable or disable the use of cookies that are not strictly necessary for platform functioning.

 When visiting the website for the first time, the user can accept all cookies by clicking the “ok” button or the “x” closure button in the banner, or any web page element outside the actual banner itself.


 In all other cases, and during every subsequent visit to the website, the user can access this information note (clicking on the “cookie policy” link at the bottom of the website homepage), and deny his/her consent to the installation of cookies clicking on the relative links provided above.


 In any case, given that most browsers are programmed to accept cookies automatically, the user can choose to block receipt of the same, especially in those cases where the third party in question has not provided the opt-out option correctly, by accessing the browser settings and disabling the use of such cookies, according to the procedure illustrated in the links indicated below:


 • Internet Explorer


 • Mozilla Firefox


 • Google Chrome


 • Apple Safari


 • Opera


 To disable analytical cookies and prevent google analytics from collecting your navigation data, download the browser add-on to disable google analytics: https://tools.google.com/dlpage/gaoptout.if the data subject chooses to disable cookies, he/she may face limitation on functionality and a deteriorated user experience.   


5. Data subject rights


 The identification data of the data controller processing user data is provided at the beginning of this information notice.


 In relation to the website, please be advised in particular that:


 1. The data is collected for the sole purposes stated in this cookie policy or the privacy policy, which is considered an essential and integral part of the same;


 2. Data is processed using electronic means, in accordance with the requirements of legislative decree no. 196/2003, the Italian “personal data protection code” (the “code”) and the guarantor;


 3. The use of technical cookies, as stated above, does not require the prior consent of users as they are essential in order to allow them to browse the website and ensure it functions correctly;


 4.  If the technical cookies are removed by the browser settings, it may be completely or partially impossible to navigate the websites;


 5. The collected data can only be communicated to the subjects who act on behalf of BLAZÉ for the analogous or otherwise related purposes to those described above.


 6. Users are entitled to exercise the rights granted by art. 7 of the code (as provided below for the sake of clarity), at any moment in time and without any formality, by contacting BLAZÉ: by email to the address e-boutique@blaze-milano.com or by post to the headquarters of BLAZÉ, Via Bettino Ricasoli 2, 20121, Milan.


 7. D.P.O. Fausto Sorrentino fausto.sorrentino@macwin2005.it tel 0637511706