• Cookies

What is a cookie?

 

 

A cookie is a small text file stored on your computer, tablet or mobile phone that makes it possible to save and track data about your use of the website. Hermes.com uses cookies to identify you or store your product selection in your basket, for example. Cookies are managed by your Internet browser.

By continuing to use the Hermes.com website, you consent to our cookie settings and agree that you understand the terms of our cookies policy.

You can edit your preferences at any time by going to the "Managing your cookie preferences" section.

 

What cookies do we use?

 

 

There are two types of cookies on our website:

- Cookies strictly necessary for the website to function
These cookies allow you to use the main features of the Hermes.com website, such as storing your product selection in your basket. These cookies make browsing easier and are required to make online purchases.

- Third-party cookies
These are particularly statistical analysis cookies that collect information about navigation on our website, thereby enabling us to improve your user experience and tailor the services to your preferences. There are also advertising cookies that aim to personalise and/or improve the content and browsing experience by providing you with interest-based services on other websites.
All of the information collected is anonymous.

You can edit your preferences at any time by going to the "Managing your cookie preferences" section.

We use the following cookies on our website:

Cookie placed by Cookie name Cookie purpose Type
Hermes.com frontend

Cookies used:
- to keep Hermes.com session opened during 1 hour when the customer adds a product in the cart
- to store items stored in the cart.
This cookie is mandatory to access Hermes.com cart.

Essential
Hermes.com minicart_<website_code> It contains minicart's general informations, products quantities, global price, products prices. Essential
Hermes.com
minicart_labels_<website_code> This cookies got all minicart's labels for the current store. Essential
Hermes.com minicart_products_<website_code> It contains products links and pictures. Essential
Hermes.com minicart_shipping_methods_md5
_<store_code>
This cookie contains shipping method displayed in minicart. Essential
Hermes.com hos_wishlist Stores products that were added  by the user to the wish list on La Maison des Carrés. This cookie is saved when the user clicks on "Add to my wish list". Optional
Google Analytics
_ga The _ga cookie is a first-party cookie that can only be accessed by the domain on which the JavaScript is run. Optional
_utma This cookie keeps track of the number of times a visitor has been to the site pertaining to the cookie, when their first visit was, and when their last visit occurred. Optional
_utmb To calculate how long a visit takes. __utmb takes a timestamp of the exact moment in time when a visitor enters a site. Optional
_utmc __utmc takes a timestamp of the exact moment in time when a visitor leaves a site. Optional
_utmz __utmz keeps track of where the visitor came from, what search engine was used, what link was clicked on, what keyword you used, and where they were in the world the website was accessed. Optional
_utmv The __utmv cookie gets set on your computer, so that Google Analytics knows how to classify that visitor. Optional
AT internet
xtan Measures identified visitors (Numerical identifier). Optional
xtant Measures identified visitors (Textual identifier). Optional
xtvrn Indicates if this is a visitor's first visit on the website. Optional
idrxvr Assigns a unique identifier for each visit. Optional
tmst Records the creation date of the cookie (encrypted value). It is used to calculate how long the AT internet cookies are kept. Optional
New Relic NREUM This cookie is only created in browsers that do not support the Navigation Timing API. When a browser supports the Navigation Timing API, a native interface can be used to determine navigation start time. Optional
NRAGENT This cookie is created only when a token is handed out to an end user by the New Relic server. Optional
SESSIONID The SESSIONID cookie is used to store a session identifier so that New Relic can monitor session counts for an application. Optional
Doubleclick (Google)
id Allows to distinguish each user. Optional
_drt_ The _drt_ cookie is used by Social Ads. As a basis for all social interactions we need to identify who is the current user. The user identification for ad targeting will be done through this cookie. Optional
Facebook datr This cookie is set by Facebook and it is used to control the find us on Facebook like box. Optional
locale It contains the client location, example: "FR_fr". Optional
reg_fb_gate Records the first Facebook page visited. Set when a visitor is not a Facebook user or not logged in to Facebook. Tracks registration effectiveness. Optional
reg_fb_ref Records the first Facebook page visited. Set when a visitor is not a Facebook user or not logged in to Facebook. Tracks registration effectiveness. Optional

 

Managing your cookie preferences 

 

 

You can easily disable and/or delete cookies from your computer, tablet or mobile phone by managing your browser settings.

We recommend that you do not disable cookies strictly necessary for the website to function (cookie described as "essential" in the "What cookies do we use?" table) because this would prevent you from ordering online and enjoying the services of the Hermes.com website.

In order to manage cookies to best suit your needs, please bear in mind the purpose of cookies when setting your browser.

Please find below instructions about managing and disabling cookies, depending on your browser:

Internet Explorer

Go to Tools menu, then Internet Options.
Click on Confidentiality, then click on Advanced.
In the Cookies window, select your preferences.

Google Chrome

Click the Chrome menu, the upper right button.
Select Settings then click on Show advanced settings.
In the Privacy section, click the Content settings button.
Select your preferred option(s) in the Cookies section.

Firefox

Go to Tools then Options menu.
Click on the Privacy settings.
Select Use custom settings for history.
Select your preferred option(s) on the Accept cookies from sites section.

Safari

Click on Safari, then Preferences.
Click on the Privacy tab.
Go to Block cookies and select your preferred option(s).