Cookie Policy

  1. Corneliani S.p.A., with its legal headquarters at Via Durini n. 24, 20122, Milan (MI), VAT no. 11762610969, a share capital and reserves of € 13,500,000.00, enrolled in the Milan Monza Brianza Lodi Company Register with Economic and Administrative Index (REA) no. MI - 2623294, is the independent controller for the personal data collected through the Website;
  2. Drop S.r.l., with its legal headquarters at Via Sandro Pertini n. 1, Montegranaro (FM), VAT no. 01383870431, a share capital of € 100,000.00 fully paid up, enrolled on the Fermo Company Register with Economic and Administrative Index (REA) no. FR-201713 is the external supervisor for the processing that the Corneliani is the Data Controller for.
  3. The Data Protection Officer (DPO) can be contacted via the following email address:
What are cookies?

Cookies are usually strings of text that websites (so-called “first parties” visited by the User or different websites or webservers (so-called “third parties”) place and store - directly, in the case of first parties, and indirectly, i.e. through them, in the case of 'third parties' - within a terminal device available to the User.

Internet browsing software and the functionality of these devices, e.g. browsers, can store cookies and then send them back to the sites that generated them on the User's next visit, thus keeping a record of their previous interaction with one or more websites.Cookies allow the Website to operate more efficiently and improve its performance. They can also provide information to the Website owner for statistical or advertising purposes, mainly in order to personalise the browsing experience by remembering the User’s preferences.

The Website uses the following types of cookies:

1) Technical cookies

They are useful to ensure the functionality of our services, allowing us to improve the browsing quality and experience. These technologies allow the Website to store important information on the User’s browser or device (such as the language and market of the country that the User has chosen to connect from) and then use this information to identify the User on our servers or internal systems. If the User is registered, they allow them to access the services on offer and to recognise the visitor on subsequent visits.Other technical cookies may be used to monitor the data traffic so as to identify any fraudulent transactions.

Where applicable, we protect cookies and other similar technologies to ensure that only we and/or our authorised service providers can interpret them by assigning them a unique code.In some contexts, disabling these cookies may not be technically possible as they are necessary to ensure the functionality of the Website or if they are used by the Data Controller in order to prevent fraud. All the personal data acquired and stored through the use of these technologies is obtained only after providing the User with specific information.

The usage of these technologies fall into the following general categories.

Necessary usage from an operational perspective. The use of cookies, web beacons or other similar technologies may be necessary for websites, services, apps and tools to operate. This includes technologies that allow you to access the sites, services, apps and tools required to prevent fraudulent activity and to improve security or to use other features such as shopping baskets, saved searches or similar functions.Performance-related usage. We may use cookies, web beacons, or other similar technologies to evaluate the performance of our websites, apps, tools, and services, including as part of analytics to understand how visitors use our websites, to determine if they have interacted with our messaging system or viewed an item or link, or to improve the content, apps, services, or tools on the Website.Functionality-based usage. We can use cookies, web beacons or other similar technologies to offer the User advanced functions whilst accessing or using our websites, services, apps or tools. With these features we can, for example, identify interested parties accessing our websites or monitor their preferences, interests or previously viewed items in order to improve the presentation of the content on our sites.

2) Third-party profiling and marketing cookies

Profiling cookies are used to create a profile of the User with the aim of sending commercial messages (on the website or on third party sites) based on the preferences expressed during their visit to the website or to improve the purchasing and browsing experience. This includes the use of technology to better assess the usefulness of advertisements and content presented to the User, for example by monitoring whether or not the User has clicked on an advertisement.

Corneliani has no control over the information provided by third-party cookies as they are fully controlled by the third-party companies as described in their respective privacy policies, a link to which is provided below.

2) Privacy policy URLs:

These cookies are installed by third parties and the User's consent is required in order to install them, failing which they will not be installed.
Refusal to consent to the use of profiling and marketing cookies will not affect the User’s ability to access the Site, except that they will not be able to access the features or content that make use of such cookies.
For further information about the cookies, the User may write to: CUSTOMERCARE@CORNELIANI.IT.

Managing preferencies

In addition to the above, please note that most browsers allow you to manage your cookie preferences through your settings. The following links show how to set preferences on the most commonly used browsers:

We would like to point out that if the User chooses to block the cookies, this may affect or prevent the website from working properly.