Privacy policy

Legal information

You are on the website developed by the BE DANDY company.

The BE DANDY company is a simplified joint stock company with capital of 7500.00€, registered on the Paris Trade Register under number 528 445 117 and domiciled at 30 Rue de Trévise,

75009 Paris – France

Tel : +33 (0)1 40 21 03 11

Its legal representative is Ms. Alix Declercq in her role as President.

The website is hosted on a shared server: OVH

Website design: Pam

Intellectual property

The display and content (designs, photographs, images, texts, animated clips with or without audio, other documents) on the website are protected by current intellectual property legislation. No reproduction and/or representation, in full or in part, is allowed without prior written authorisation from Be Dandy.

Be Dandy is a trademark. Any reproduction, use and/or modification without prior written authorisation from Be Dandy may constitute forgery.

Personal information

Information collected on the website is intended for the Be Dandy company so that it can contact the user who sent a message via the contact form. Users can exercise their rights to rectify and remove any of the aforementioned personal information as per the French Data Protection Act by writing to: Be Dandy, 30 Rue de Trévise – 75009 Paris, France.

External hypertext links

Be Dandy will not be held responsible for links to external websites on the website, in terms of website content and technical risks for example. By agreeing to use a hypertext link to reach an external website, you agree to the risks involved and the potential for direct or indirect damage.
Be Dandy is not reponsible for hypertext links that may appear on its website. These links are not allowed without its prior written agreement.


Website users are informed that whilst visiting, information about their website browsing may temporarily be saved on the RAM or hard drive. Website users acknowledge and agree to this practice. Website users can set up their browser to receive cookie notifications and refuse them based on the procedure detailed on the following website: