Legal Terms and Conditions

GENERAL SALES CONDITIONS (1)

GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS FOR ONLINE AND DISTANCE SALES

Preamble
 

These General Terms and Conditions of Sale are those of Christian Dior Couture Luxembourg S.A, a limited liability company headquartered at rue Philippe 15, 2340 Luxembourg, registered in the Luxembourgish Company Register under no B192815, which can be reached by phone at +352 28 85 58 99 or by e-mail at contactdioreu@dior.com  (hereinafter "Christian Dior Couture").

Christian Dior Couture creates, designs and distributes worldwide haute couture and ready-to-wear items including, fashion accessories, shoes, leather goods, luxury jewelry for both men and women, home décor and design items, in particular those bearing Christian Dior Couture labels, such as: Christian Dior, Dior, Baby Dior, CD (together, the “Items”).

In order to better meet the expectations of its customers, Christian Dior Couture set up various systems for the distance sale of a selection of Christian Dior Couture Items (hereinafter the "Item(s)").

Article 1- Scope and acceptance of the General Terms and Conditions of Sale

These General Terms and Conditions of Sale are applicable to purchases of Items concluded at a distance by phone, email, chat, instant messaging etc. with the help of a Sales Associate or of the Customer Service department set up by Christian Dior Couture, accessible via the number referred to in Article 2.2 below (hereinafter "Customer Service") – together purchases made by “Phone”.

These General Terms and Conditions of Sale do not cover purchases made on Christian Dior Couture’s website.

The Items are intended to be sold exclusively to end buyers who are natural persons, acting exclusively for their personal needs and not directly related to a commercial activity, excluding any resellers or intermediaries acting on behalf of resellers (hereinafter the "Customer(s)" or “You”).

To ensure both a better service and availability of the Products, Dior limits the number of Products that can be purchased to:

-        8 Products per transaction; and/or

-        2 identical Products, of any color and size, purchased over a 30-day period; excluding bags for which the limit is set to 1 article purchased over a 30-day period and/or

-        3 bags, of any line, color and size, for a period of 6 months.

Products for the House and Men ‘Intemporel’ Products (in the Men “Ready to Wear” category: suits, tuxedos, jackets, shirts and trousers and, in the Men "Accessories" category: belts, ties, bow ties, clutches, cufflinks and button covers) are excluded from the above limitations.

Dior can refuse any order which is fraudulent, abnormal or does not comply with the above limitations. Dior may also refuse any transaction with a Customer with whom there is a dispute over a previous transaction; or any transaction breaching the present terms and conditions of sale.

Christian Dior Couture may at any time update and modify the General Terms and Conditions of Sale and Customers will be informed of any such changes in advance. The conditions applicable to the sale of an Item to a Customer are those in effect at the time of the conclusion of the purchase contract.

With each purchase of an Item, you will be asked to indicate your acceptance of the General Terms and Conditions of Sale in effect, as available via a link on the payment page, by clicking on the payment button.

Article 2- Purchasing information
2.1        Item selection and availability

The Customer is informed of the description of each of the Items and of its availability before placing an order or preorder - preorders allow the Customer to order a selection of Items before their commercial launch or release in the market (orders and preorders are referred together below as ‘Order’).

If, in spite of the vigilance on the part of Christian Dior Couture, the Item(s) ordered are no longer available, Christian Dior Couture will inform the Customer as soon as possible.

Christian Dior Couture reserves the right to change the Items offered at any time without notice, but this will not affect the existing Order(s) to the extent the Order(s) has(ve) been confirmed.

2.2        Placing of Orders

Orders may be placed :

  1. by reaching your Sales Assistant Monday to Sunday from 10:00 to 18:00 (except public holidays) or during the relevant Boutique’s opening hours  ;

  2. with Customer Service at +352 28 85 58 99 (price of a local call from Luxembourg), Monday to Saturday from 10:00 to 19:00 (except public holidays).  

Payments are made in EUR and the following payment methods are accepted:

-                credit card of these networks: CB, Visa©, MasterCard©, American Express©, Applepay©, Googlepay©, Paypal©, PayByLink©; 

-                wire transfer, if the bank account used are approved by Dior and match the Customer’s identity, please note that the Products will be delivered only once the transfer has been received and validated by Dior; 

An ID may be requested for any payment, including for verification purposes. Receipts and invoices will be issued in the name of the Customer who made the payment.

For any tax refund application, the copy of an original passport will be required.  For any transaction paid by payment card, the tax refund will be made on the same card used to make the purchase.

2.3        Confirmation of the Order by the Customer

The Customer must complete the information necessary for the proper dispatch of the Order, including the following information :

-      first and last name,

-      selection of a payment method and payment details,

-      e-mail address,

-      country or region for shipment,

-      delivery method

-      billing and delivery address or boutique where the Customer wishes to collect the Order - the billing address can be the delivery address or another address.

Christian Dior Couture will communicate to the Customer the total price of the Order, as well as delivery charges where applicable.

Christian Dior Couture will then send to the Customer a link for payment of the Order, by email, through the Customer’s Dior Account or via any instant messaging application, together with a link to the General Terms and Conditions of Sale.

The Customer will then be asked to complete the necessary information on the dedicated payment page.

By clicking on the payment button, the Customer accepts these General Terms and Conditions and places a binding order for the Item(s).

After the steps above have been followed, Christian Dior Couture will send to the Customer a confirmation of the receipt of the payment of the Order. Such confirmation shall include:

-        Item reference

-        your contact within Christian Dior Couture.

Such confirmation of receipt of the payment of the Order constitutes the acceptance of the Customer's Order.

In the case of payment by credit card, the purchase contract is concluded with the debit of the Customer's credit card, even if the debit of the Customer's credit card takes place before dispatch of the Item(s) or an otherwise declared acceptance.

2.4        Proof of Order

E-mails or communications by Phone (including via instant messaging) are admissible between the parties, as well as the automatic recording systems used by Customer Service, in particular as regards the nature and date of the Order.

In addition, Christian Dior Couture shall retain the information relating to any Order for an amount equal to or greater than one hundred and twenty (120) euros for a period of ten (10) years and shall make it available to the Customer upon request addressed by the latter to: contactdioreu@dior.com or to Christian Dior Couture – Service Relation Clientèle – 11 bis rue François 1er - BP39 - 75008 Paris.

However, it is recommended that the Customer also keeps a copy (in electronic format and/or on paper) of the details relating to his/her Order placed.

Article 3 – Refusal of an Order

Purchases shall be reserved for Customers for their own use (or gifts) and not for resale. Therefore, the Customer affirms that he/she is acting as a consumer and that he/she does not intend to resell the Items for commercial purposes. He/she also certifies that he/she has the legal capacity to enter into the commitments provided for in these General Terms and Conditions of Sale. Orders not complying with these rules could be refused. 

Christian Dior Couture will also be entitled to refuse any Order: (i) made by a Customer with whom there is an ongoing dispute relating to the payment or delivery of a previous Order; or (ii) not in accordance with these General Terms and Conditions of Sale.

Christian Dior Couture will notify the Customer if it finds that the Order does not comply with these General Terms and Conditions of Sale.

If the Customer fails to correct any error or noncompliance with these General Terms and Conditions of Sale within a period of five (5) calendar days following the notification mentioned just before, Christian Dior Couture reserves the right to cancel the Order altogether, as well as the payment.

Article 4– Purchase Limits

The Items are sold to individuals for their own personal use or for a gift (the "Customer" or "you" and “your” shall be construed accordingly), and not for resale or for any commercial purposes.

 

Therefore, the Customer confirms that he/she is acting as a consumer and that he/she does not intend to resell the Items for commercial purposes. He/she also certifies that he/she has the legal capacity to enter into these General Terms and Conditions for Online and Distance Sales.

 

To ensure both a better service and availability of the Items, Dior limits the number of Items that can be purchased by a Customer to:

 

- 8 Items per transaction; and/or

 

- two (2) identical Items, of any colour and size, per 30 days (excluding bags, which are limited to one (1) per 30 days); and/or

 

- 3 bags, of any line, colour and size, per six months period.

 

The limits indicated in the previous paragraph do not apply to Items in the Home and Men’s Timeless categories (Men’s "Ready-to-Wear", i.e., suits and tuxedos, suit jackets, shirts, and trousers; and Men’s "Accessories",i.e., belts, ties, bow ties, pocket handkerchiefs, cufflinks, and button covers).

 

Dior reserves the right to refuse any order which is fraudulent, abnormal or which exceeds the purchase limits set out above. Dior may also refuse any order (i) made by a Customer with whom there is a dispute over a previous transaction, or (ii) where a Customer has failed to comply with these General Terms and Conditions for Online and Distance Sales.

 

If Dior finds that your Order does not comply with these General Terms and Conditions for Online and Distance Sales, it will notify you directly by phone or directly on the Website, or by email.

 

If relevant, you will then be able to review your Order within five (5) calendar days of receiving such notification, otherwise Dior may cancel the Order and the corresponding payment, and you will receive a refund of the price you paid for your Order. The refund can take up to 14 days to be processed after the cancellation of the Order.

Article 5 – Price of the Items - Invoice

The prices communicated are indicated in EUR and are inclusive of all taxes (including VAT), but exclude any potentially applicable delivery charges which would be displayed separately before an Order is placed.

The prices invoiced are those in effect on the date of the Order, subject to the availability of the Item(s) Ordered at this time. Without prejudice to any Order already placed by the Customer, Christian Dior Couture reserves the right to modify the prices of the Items at any time and without notice.

It is specified that the tax refund service is not available for purchases of the Item(s).

For each binding Order placed by the Customer, the Customer will receive an invoice for the amount payable by him/her, by paper with the delivery and, where the service is available, by pdf.

The invoice will include notably the following information:

-        transaction number

-        Sales Assistant

-        Amount paid

-        quantity (including shipment feeds) / product reference and dedicated quantity

Article 6 – Terms of payment
6.1        Payment

The Customer acknowledges and agrees that if any order placed by the Customer relates to one or more preordered Item(s), the total price for all Items he/she has ordered shall be charged in advance to the Customer, although the preordered Item(s) may not be available for delivery at that moment.

The Customer will be advised of an estimated delivery time.

Payment for the Customer's purchases can be made by credit card or debit card, as accepted by the payment service provider.

When Ordering, the Customer confirms that he/she is the licensed cardholder of the credit card used to pay for the Order and that the first and last name appearing on this credit card are indeed his/her own. The Customer will have to communicate the credit card number, expiration date and security code.

In communicating his/her credit card number and/or bank details, the Customer unconditionally accepts in advance that Christian Dior Couture proceeds with the secure transaction and pre-authorises his/her bank to debit his/her account upon reception of records or statements sent by Christian Dior Couture, even in the absence of receipts signed by the cardholder of the credit card used.

6.2        Shipment

The Order shall be shipped only after verification of the payment method, receipt of the authorisation to debit the Customer's payment mean, verification of the conformity of the Order with these General Terms and Conditions of Sale.

Article 7 – Delivery­­ of the Order

For primarily security reasons, Christian Dior Couture will not process any Order whose delivery or billing address is a post office box.

Once payment of the amount of the Order has been registered, the Items will be delivered to the delivery address indicated by the Customer during the Ordering process or the boutique where the Customer wishes to collect the Order. For this reason, the latter undertakes to have communicated the correct delivery address to Christian Dior Couture.

The delivery of Items Ordered shall be made (subject to full payment of the price):

-    on the date or within the timeframe indicated to the Customer by Christian Dior Couture before the order is confirmed or, if no time has been agreed, at the latest, within thirty (30) days of the date of the order; or

-        for preordered Item(s), on or around the estimated delivery date; or

-    within the timeframe notified to, and accepted in advance by, the Customer in the event of the temporary unavailability of the Item in question at the time of placing his/her order by Phone.

Christian Dior Couture will deliver the Items Ordered with the delivery mode selected by the Customer.

Delivery charges may be borne by the Customer; the amount of these charges shall be communicated to the Customer before the Order is initiated.

If delivery of the Items is delayed by an event outside Christian Dior Couture’s control then the Customer shall be contacted as soon as possible and steps will be taken to minimise the effect of the delay.

Provided Christian Dior Couture does this, it shall not be liable for delays caused by the event, but if there is a risk of substantial delay the Customer may contact Christian Dior Couture to end the contract and receive a refund for any Items that have been paid for but which have not been received.

Order(s) may be collected in a boutique by a third party when the Customer wishes to. In this case, the third party shall present herself/himself with the form attached at the end of these General Terms and Conditions duly filled by the Customer.

Article 8 – Customer Data - Privacy Protection

For information on how Christian Dior Couture uses Customer’s personal data collected over the Phone, please see our Privacy Policy and Cookie Policy https://www.dior.com/en_lu/fashion/personal-data.

In the context of this Article, words starting with a capital letter have the meaning given to them by the General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) adopted on 04/27/2016 and applicable since 05/25/2018.  Under this legal regime, the Customer is informed that Christian Dior Couture will be the Data Controller of the Customer’s personal data. 

Any third party payment service provider which may intervene in the payment process, will also act as Data Controller  as agreed in written contract with Christian Dior Couture unless otherwise stated as per the needs of both parties.

As a Data Controller, the payment service provider will comply with its obligations under the GDPR and any other Data protection laws applicable him and assume sole responsibility for the consequences resulting from non-compliance with these obligations. The payment service provider has its own privacy regulations, notifications and procedures, defined independently, for all personal data held as Data Controller, including a recording of  its activities related to the processing of personal data under these General Terms and Conditions.  In order to avoid any doubt, Christian Dior Couture and the payment service provider are each separately responsible for processing data for which each of them implements appropriate technical and organizational measures.

By complying with these laws, the payment service provider must:

  • implement and maintain all appropriate security measures for the processing of personal data;

  • implement its own due diligence in light of its own Data Protection and Security obligations in relation to local applicable Laws, professional Standards and official Guidelines to which the Provider is bound to

  • keep a Register of all processing activities carried out for Christian Dior Couture; and

  • do not knowingly do anything or let it do anything that could lead to violation of personal data protection laws by Christian Dior Couture.

Article 9 – Ownership of the Items

Christian Dior Couture shall retain ownership of the Items until until they come into the physical possession of (a) the Customer, or (b) a person identified by the Customer to take possession of the Item(s).

The Customer is not entitled to resell any Items delivered to him/her which are subject to the retention of title unless Christian Dior Couture has granted prior written consent to such resale.

Article 10 – Intellectual Property Rights

Any intellectual property right pertaining to any Christian Dior Couture product or element (including Christian Dior Couture Items), such as trademarks, illustrations, photos, images, models,designs and logos, whether registered or not, is and will remain the exclusive property of Christian Dior Couture.

Any total or partial reproduction, downloading, modification or use of Christian Dior Couture's trademarks, illustrations, images, photos, logos and designs, for direct or indirect commercial use and on any medium whatsoever, without the express prior written consent of Christian Dior Couture, is strictly prohibited.

Article 11 – Statutory right of withdrawal
11.1     Right of withdrawal

As a consumer, you have the statutory right to withdraw from this contract within fourteen (14) days without giving any reason. The withdrawal period will expire after fourteen (14) days from the day on which you acquire, or a third party other than the carrier indicated by you acquires, physical possession of the last good of the Order.

To exercise the right of withdrawal, you must inform us at : Christian Dior Couture, Service Relations Clientèle, 11 bis rue François 1er BP39 75008 Paris, FRANCE, contactdioreu@dior.com of your decision to withdraw from this contract by an unequivocal statement (e.g. a letter sent by post, fax or e-mail).

You may use the attached model withdrawal form under Article 11.3, but it is not obligatory.

To meet the withdrawal deadline, it is sufficient for you to send your communication concerning your exercise of the right of withdrawal before the withdrawal period has expired.

The right of withdrawal does not apply to goods made to the consumer’s specifications or clearly personalised and to the supply of sealed goods which are not suitable for return due to health protection or hygiene reasons and were unsealed after delivery.

11.2     Effects of withdrawal

If you withdraw from this contract, we shall reimburse to you all payments received from you, including the costs of delivery (with the exception of the supplementary costs resulting from your choice of a type of delivery other than the least expensive type of standard delivery offered by us), without undue delay and in any event not later than fourteen (14) days from the day on which we are informed about your decision to withdraw from this contract.

We will carry out such reimbursement using the same means of payment as you used for the initial transaction, unless you have expressly agreed otherwise; in any event, you will not incur any fees as a result of such reimbursement.

You are only liable for any diminished value of the goods resulting from the handling other than what is necessary to establish the nature, characteristics and functioning of the goods.

We will collect the goods at our own expense. For further details see Article 15.

11.3      Model withdrawal form

Cancellation / Withdrawal Form

The below form can be used if you wish to exercise your right to cancel, in compliance with the provisions of Article 11 of our General Terms and Conditions of Sale :

 

To CHRISTIAN DIOR COUTURE

Service Relations Clientèle

11 bis rue François 1er

BP39 - 75008 Paris

FRANCE

contactdioreu@dior.com

 

I hereby notify you of my cancelling the contract entered into for the sale of the below item(s):

Name(s) and reference(s) of the Item(s):                    ------------------------------------------------------------

Ordered on:                                                              ------------------------------------------------------------

Received on:                                                             ------------------------------------------------------------

Order number:                                                          ------------------------------------------------------------

Name of the customer who placed the Order:              ------------------------------------------------------------

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Address of the customer who placed the Order:            ------------------------------------------------------------

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Customer’s signature when submitting a paper version of this form: ---------------------------------------

Date:                                                                       ------------------------------------------------------------

 

Article 12 – Voluntary return policy

In addition to your statutory right of withdrawal pursuant to Article 11, Christian Dior Couture grants the Customer a thirty (30) day voluntary right to cancel the purchase and return the purchased Item(s).

For the holiday season Dior is offering extended returns until January 20th 2023 for all orders placed before December 20th.

The Customer does not have a right to return in respect of:

-        personalised Items or items made to the Customer’s request;

-        Items that have been mixed inseparably with other items after delivery;

-        Items sealed for health protection or hygiene purposes (for example, swimwear), if these have been unsealed after you receive them.

In any case, the return of delivered Item(s) must be carried out by the Customer:

-        within thirty (30) days of delivery of the Item(s);

-        accompanied by the completed return form or a clear statement of the decision to cancel; and

-        in their original full packaging.

Items not returned or returned incomplete, ruined, without the label, damaged, degraded, soiled or in any other condition that would reasonably suggest that they have been used or worn, will not be refunded or exchanged and will be returned to the Customer. As to shoes, the sole must also be intact: as such, it is strongly recommended to try Christian Dior Couture shoes on a carpet or rug-type surface.

Items returned must be in their unused original condition with all Christian Dior Couture’s item tags attached and any related accessories or instruction booklets included.

If an Item has been returned after thirty (30) days of the Customer receiving or collecting it, Christian Dior Couture reserves the right to issue no refund at all and the Item shall be returned to the Customer.

In addition, in the case of a gift, the right to cancel remains for the exclusive benefit of the Customer and may under no circumstances be exercised by the recipient of the gift.

By no means, your statutory right of withdrawal pursuant to Article 11 is affected by this (voluntary) right of return. Until the expiry of the fourteen (14) day deadline for the statutory right of withdrawal pursuant to Article 11, the statutory provisions listed therein shall apply exclusively.

Christian Dior Couture offers to the Customer the possibility to return Items within one of the boutiques of Christian Dior Couture network in the European Union, Norway and Switzerland.

In such case, the applicable general terms and conditions of sale of the boutique will supersede these General Terms and Conditions of Sale.

Only the boutiques located in the same country as the boutique where the purchase was made are allowed to offer a refund to the Customer.

 

Article 13 – Exchange

In addition to the Customer’s right to withdrawal or to return the Items pursuant to Article 11 and Article 12, the Customer may also change his/her mind and exchange the Item within thirty (30) days providing the conditions in Article 11 or Article 12 are met. 

In the event an Item is faulty or defective, please see Article 13.

In the event of an exchange request, the Customer may exchange the Items in one of the boutiques of the Christian Dior Couture network in the European Union, Norway and Switzerland within thirty (30) days of their receipt.

Personalised Items made according to and/or at the request of the Customer, or Items that have been altered, as well as sealed Items (swimwear, etc.) that have been unsealed by the Customer after delivery and that cannot be returned for reasons of hygiene or health protection may not be exchanged.

Without prejudice to the Customer’s right under Article 12, as part of its commercial exchange policy proposed under this Article, Christian Dior Couture reserves the right to refuse an exchange beyond two (2) successive Orders.

The exchange of the Item(s) is subject to the availability of the said Item(s).

In case the Item(s) is/are unavailable, the Customer will be refunded in accordance with the provisions of Article 12above, but only if the item was returned in a boutique located in the same country as the boutique where the purchase was made.

 

13.1     Exchange of the Item(s) via a Christian Dior Couture boutique

If the Customer changes his/her mind and wishes to return the Item(s) in a Christian Dior Couture boutique, the Customer must specify the Item(s) he/she wishes to receive in exchange to the Christian Dior Couture boutique processing the exchange must carry the same category of products as the Item to be exchanged. For example, men's shoes can only be exchanged in a boutique of the Christian Dior Couture network that distributes Christian Dior men's shoes.

The new sale will be subject to the General Terms and Conditions of Sale in effect at the time of the exchange.

13.1.1 Replacement Item(s) with a lower price

The Customer will receive a credit voucher for the amount of the difference – such credit voucher will be valid for one (1) year from its date of issuance and usable only in Christian Dior Couture boutiques located in the country or region of the boutique issuing the credit.

The Customer should contact his/her Sales Assistant or the Customer Service if he/she would like for selected Item(s) to be set aside for him/her. 

13.1.2 Replacement Item(s) with a higher price

The Customer must pay the difference in price in accordance with the applicable General Terms and Conditions of Sale.

 

Article 14 – Customer’s rights in case of faulty Item(s)

In the event of hidden defects or non-conformity of the Item(s), the statutory provisions in force shall apply. Certain Items sold are covered by a guarantee, in addition to the statutory provisions. The content and terms of implementation of this guarantee shall be made available in the "General Terms and Conditions of After-sales Service" and on the "information leaflet" accompanying the Items.

 

Article 15 – How to arrange for return of Item(s) to Christian Dior Couture

It is the Customer’s responsibility to arrange return of the delivered Items by following the steps described below:

  1. The Customer shall select the Item(s) he/she wants to return and indicate to Christian Dior Couture whether he/she:

    1. changed his/her mind (see Article 11 and Article 12), or

    2. wants to return defective Item(s) (see Article 13).

  2. The Customer shall schedule the pick-up of his/her package at home. He/she shall choose the day and the time slot proposed by the carrier and print the prepaid label, whose cost is borne by Christian Dior Couture, to stick on the package. The Customer will receive an e-mail confirming his/her request of return and pick-up. 

  3. The Customer shall deliver the package to the UPS carrier. The courier will arrive at the Customer’s home, at the previously chosen time slot for the pick-up of the Item(s).

UPS is Christian Dior Couture’s authorised carrier and the customer should not arrange for return of Item(s) through any other carrier, as the Item(s) may be damaged or lost, in which case Christian Dior Couture may not be able to issue a refund.

 

Article 16– After-Sales Service

Christian Dior Couture may offer the Customer extended commercial warranties or a guarantee that go above and beyond what the Customer is legally entitled to. If this is the case, the details of the commercial warranty or guarantee shall be included with your Item(s) when it/they is/are delivered.

All technically repairable Items may be serviced by an after-sales service.

The terms and conditions of use of the after-sales service are available at this link https://www.dior.com/couture/en_gb/folder-media/folder-fichiers/folder-mentions-legales/folder-care-services/care-services-uk.

Without prejudice to the statutory provisions, there is no guaranteed time period for the availability of spare parts essential for the use of the Items. Christian Dior Couture will nevertheless make its best efforts to satisfy its Customers in the event of a request for one or more spare parts.

Article 17 – Information on the Items - Liability - Force Majeure

Information on all Items offered for distance selling shall be made available in all Christian Dior Couture boutiques or by Phone.

The photographs, graphics and descriptions of the Items offered for sale are for illustrative purposes only. Customers can obtain additional information by contacting Customer Service or Sales Assistants at Christian Dior Couture boutiques.

While every effort is made to ensure that the colour and pattern of the Items pictured on the Website, or in pictures sent by Phone, accurately reflect the original items, variations may occur, in particular due to technical limitations in the colour rendering of the computer equipment. Consequently, Christian Dior Couture cannot be held liable for non-substantial errors or inaccuracies in the photographs or graphic representations of the Items appearing on the Website or in a picture sent by Phone.

If Christian Dior Couture fails to comply with these terms, it is only responsible for loss or damage the Customer suffers that is a foreseeable result of Christian Dior Couture breaking this contract or failing to use reasonable care and skill, but Christian Dior Couture is not responsible for any loss or damage that is not foreseeable. Loss or damage is foreseeable if either it is obvious it will happen or if, at the time the contract was made, both Christian Dior Couture Couture and the Customer knew it might happen, for example, if the Customer discussed it with Christian Dior Couture during the sales process.

Article 18 – Non-Waiver

The fact that Christian Dior Couture refrains from demanding at any given time the performance of any of the provisions of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale may not be interpreted as a waiver of its right to raise subsequently said complete or partial non-performance.

Article 19 – Validity of the General Terms and Conditions of Sale - Severability

If any of the provisions of these General Terms and Conditions of Sale shall be declared null and void in whole or in part, the other provisions and the other rights and obligations arising from these General Terms and Conditions of Sale shall remain unchanged and shall remain applicable.

 

Article 20 – Alternative Dispute Resolution - Applicable Law

These General Terms and Conditions of Sale shall be subject to Luxembourgish law. This choice of law does not impact the Customer's rights as a consumer according to the consumer protection regulations of the Customer's country or region of residence.

The European Commission provides for a platform for out-of-court online dispute resolution (OS platform), which is accessible at https://ec.europa.eu/consumers/odr.

Christian Dior Couture's e-mail address is: contactdioreu@dior.com.

The Customer may also contact the Luxembourg Mediator for Consumers, Service national du Médiateur de la consommation to explore the possibility of an amicable solution by filling the form on the website https://www.mediateurconsommation.lu/fr/content/introduire-une-demande, by post to Service national du Médiateur de la consommation, Ancien Hôtel de la Monnaie, 6, rue du Palais de Justice, L-1841 LUXEMBOURG, or by sending an email to info@mediateurconsomation.lu. The use of mediation is an alternative dispute resolution mechanism that is not a prerequisite for taking legal action.

 

 

Form for Collect in store of an Order by a Third Party

 

Please complete the below form if you wish to have your Order picked up in the boutique by a third party, in accordance with the provisions of Article 7of our General Terms and Conditions of Sale:

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I, the undersigned

Customer’s First and Last Name:                                -------------------------------------------------------------

Customer’s Address:                                                 -------------------------------------------------------------

 

authorise

Third Party’s First and Last Name:                               -------------------------------------------------------------

Third Party’s Address:                                                -------------------------------------------------------------

 

to pick up my order

Order Number:                                                           -------------------------------------------------------------

Ordered on:                                                               -------------------------------------------------------------

Customer’s Signature:                                                ------------------------------------------------------------

Date:                                                                        -------------------------------------------------------------