Welcome to our web site ("www.armani.com"). These General Terms and Conditions of Use are governed by Italian law and in particular by Legislative Decree No. 206 of 6 September 2005 on the Consumer Code, in Chapter I “Consumer rights in contracts” and govern the access to and use of www.armani.com. The access to and use of this web site as well as the purchase of products on www.armani.com are based on the assumption that these General Terms and Conditions of Use have been read, understood and accepted by you. This website is managed and maintained by GIORGIO ARMANI S.p.A. (“Provider”), with registered office in Italy at Via Borgonuovo, 11, 20121 Milan, Milan Companies Register tax code 02342990153 /VAT no. 10985020964: R.E.A. no.: MI 919502, Fully paid share capital: € 10.000.000,00.
Request for further information can be made through our Customer Care or sent to the address: email@example.com. If you need any assistance, go to the Customer Care area, where you will find information on orders, shipping, refunds and returning products purchased on www.armani.com, a registration form, tips and other general information on the services provided by www.armani.com. Remember that you can always contact the Provider by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The access to and use of www.armani.com, including display of web pages, communication with Provider, downloading product information and making purchases on the web site, are carried out by our users exclusively for personal purposes, which should in no way be connected to any trade, business or professional activity. Remember that you will be liable for your use of www.armani.com and its contents. The Provider shall not be considered liable for any use of the web site and its contents made by its users that is not compliant with the laws and regulations in force, without prejudice to Provider's liability for intentional torts and gross negligence.
In particular, you will be liable for communicating information or data which is not correct, false or concerning third parties (in the event such third parties have not given their consent) as well as for any improper use of such data or information.