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General Terms and Conditions

The purpose of the present Terms and Conditions is to provide a legal framework for Fairly Made's provision of the website (the "Site") and to define the conditions of use by the "User". The present Terms and Conditions are available on the Site in the "Terms and Conditions" section. Any use of the Site implies the User's unreserved and unrestricted acceptance of these GCU. Fairly Made may unilaterally update the content of these Terms and Conditions at any time, when necessary. Fairly Made therefore invites its Users to visit the Terms and Conditions section regularly and to read its contents when browsing.


The Site is published by Fairly Made, a French simplified joint stock company with capital of 29,788.14 euros, whose registered office is located at 12 rue Philippe de Girard, 75010 Paris, France. The company is registered with the R.C.S. of Paris under number 839 942 190. The Site is published by Webflow, whose head office is located at 398 11th Street, 2nd Floor CA 94103 San Francisco, United States. L'édition du Site est assurée par la société Webflow, dont le siège social est situé au 398 11th Street, 2nd Floor CA 94103 San Francisco, United States. E-mail address: The Site is hosted by Amazon Web Services EU SARL, whose registered office is located at 5 rue Plaetis L-2338 Luxembourg, Luxembourg. Fax: +352 2789 0057 The site is hosted by Amazon Web Services EMEA SARL.


All the rules applicable to personal data can be found in the "Privacy Policy" section of the Site.


All Site content, including but not limited to texts, images, videos, animations, sounds, logos, icons and their layout, are the exclusive property of Fairly Made. The Fairly Made trademark is a registered trademark. Any representation, reproduction, distribution, modification, adaptation, retransmission or publication, whether partial or total, of this trademark, of whatever nature, is strictly forbidden without the express written consent of Fairly Made. This representation or reproduction, by any means whatsoever, constitutes an infringement punishable by articles L. 335-2 et seq. of the French Intellectual Property Code. Failure to comply with this prohibition constitutes an infringement that may incur the User's civil and criminal liability. Users who reproduce, copy or publish protected content must cite the author and source, in accordance with article L. 122-5 of the French Intellectual Property Code.


The Site may contain links to third-party websites that are not operated by Fairly Made. The User is informed that by clicking on these links, he/she will leave the Site. The User will then be subject to the terms and conditions and personal data protection policies of this third party. Fairly Made is in no way responsible for their content.


Cookies are text files that are stored on your computer, tablet or phone when you visit a website or application. When visiting the Site, we use analytical cookies from Google Analytics to help us understand how the User arrives at, navigates or uses the Site, in order to better understand the aspects on which we can make improvements. These cookies collect information in a way that does not directly identify the User or their device, or track their browsing activity on other websites. They are also automatically deleted when the User exits the browser.


These terms and conditions are governed by French Law. Fairly Made undertakes to work with its Users to achieve an amicable resolution of any disputes that may arise. However, in the event of failure to reach an amicable settlement, the French courts shall have sole jurisdiction.

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