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    Information on the processing of personal data on gilmar.it General conditions of participation in the promotional activity associated with the GILMAR OUT card LET Information on the processing of personal data - GILMAR OUTLET card Information on the processing of personal data for video surveillance activities Information on the processing of personal data of economic operators and consultants who have relationships with Gilmar Difesa Industria S.p.a. Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A. (hereinafter referred to as “Gilmar”) respects your privacy and is committed to processing your personal data with the utmost care and in full compliance with the relevant provisions governing the protection of personal data, including Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation or “GDPR”) and Italian legislative decree no. 196/2003, also updated pursuant to Italian legislative decree no. 101/2018. This Privacy Policy therefore aims to inform, with the utmost transparency, the users of the website www.gilmar.it (hereinafter referred to as the “Website”) on the personal data processing activities carried out by the company on the website. This Privacy Policy does not apply to other websites, web pages or online services accessible from the Website. For us, it is important to provide clear and complete information on how we collect, use and store the personal data obtained through your interaction with the Website. For this reason, we encourage you to carefully read this Privacy Policy before sending Gilmar any information and/or personal data of any type. Personal data refers to any information that makes it possible to identify a person, including indirectly (e.g. by combining said data with other information). By way of example, your email address, first and last name, phone number, mailing address, profession, etc. are considered to be personal data. THE DATA CONTROLLER The Data Controller for the processing of personal data that you may provide to us is Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A., with registered office in San Giovanni in Marignano (RN), Italy, Via Malpasso no. 723-725, reachable by phone or email at: Tel: +39 0541 959111 Email address: privacy@gilmar.it THE DATA PROTECTION OFFICER Pursuant to art. 37 of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679, Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A. has voluntarily appointed a Data Protection Officer (“DPO”), reachable at Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A., Via Malpasso n.o 723-725, 47842 San Giovanni in Marignano (RN), Italy, or by email atdpo@gilmar.it . TYPES OF PERSONAL DATA PROCESSED When browsing our Website or interacting with the features offered therein, Gilmar processes the following types of personal data: browsing data which, although constituting information that is not collected in order to be associated with identified users, could, by its very nature, make it possible to identify the site users if processed and associated with data held by third parties. This category of data includes data collected automatically while browsing the Website and necessary for the functioning of the same, such as IP addresses, domain names of computers used to connect to the Website, addresses in URI (Uniform Resource Identifier) notation of requested resources, the time the request is made, the method used to submit the request to the server, the file size obtained in response, the numerical code indicating the response status from the server (successful, error, etc.) and other parameters related to the user’s operating system and computer environment; data that you provide to Gilmar when you fill out the “Contact Us” form available on the Website, such as your first and last name, email address, the country where you are located, the information you wish to provide by filling out the “Comments” field found on the same form and your telephone number, if necessary; data that you provide to Gilmar when you fill out the “Work with us” form available on the Website, such as your first and last name, date of birth, gender, address, email address, the data contained in your CV, your professional training and, if you decide to also fill out the additional fields included on the form, your telephone number, your current job, your level of experience, the information contained in your LinkedIn profile and in your cover letter, and the information that you provide by filling out the “Comments” field found on the same form. PURPOSE AND COMPULSORY OR OPTIONAL NATURE OF THE DATA PROCESSING Gilmar processes your personal data for the following purposes: to allow you to browse the Website and for computer security purposes; to provide a reply to your requests for information, assistance and/or to be contacted, made using the “Contact Us” form available on the Website; to handle any complaints and/or to fulfil obligations imposed by the law; for recruitment purposes, also by using the “Work with us” form; to assert its rights and, more generally, to protect its prerogatives. The provision of your personal data is not mandatory under any circumstance. However, your refusal to provide the requested data in the fields marked with an asterisk in the “Contact Us” and “Work with us” forms shall make it impossible to complete the procedure for sending your request, with consequent impossibility on the part of Gilmar to provide a reply. Failure to provide data to be entered in the fields not marked with an asterisk shall not in any way affect the completion of the procedure for sending your request. LEGAL BASIS OF THE DATA PROCESSING Gilmar processes your personal data based on the following conditions of legitimacy: to fulfil your requests for information or to be contacted, to establish a possible contractual relationship with you, including of a business or commercial nature (and therefore as relating to the implementation of pre-contractual measures), pursuant to Article 6, letter b) of the GDPR; to allow Gilmar to pursue its legitimate interests, consisting of carrying out and promoting the company’s business also through the Website, the protection of its rights and the adoption of computer security systems, pursuant to Article 6, letter f) of the GDPR; on the basis of the legitimate interest of Gilmar to recruit personnel and to eventually establish a working relationship in case an individual is hired, pursuant to Article 6, letter f) of the GDPR. Personal data is also processed to ensure compliance with Gilmar’s legal obligations pursuant to Article 6, letter c) of the GDPR, as well as for the possible protection of the company’s rights in court and/or before the competent authorities, pursuant to Article 6, letter f) of the GDPR. SUBJECTS THAT HAVE ACCESS TO PERSONAL DATA Gilmar limits access to personal data as much as possible, making such data available to its staff, duly authorised to access and/or process the data in order to carry out their professional duties. Gilmar’s staff shall process the personal data within the limits and in compliance with the provisions entrusted to it by the same. Personal data may also be shared with companies affiliated with Gilmar and disclosed to independent subjects through which Gilmar carries out its business activities. These subjects shall process personal data as Data Processors, according to the instructions provided by Gilmar, or as independent Data Controllers. Gilmar provides to said subjects only the personal data strictly necessary to perform the agreed-upon services. The suppliers of such services fall into the following categories: companies, consultants and IT service providers; consultants and lawyers that provide assistance to Gilmar in relation to the conduction of its business activity and the necessary measures to protect its rights and to fulfil the requests of judicial and administrative authorities, as well as for other reasons related to the protection of the rights and freedoms of others. DATA PROCESSING METHOD AND SCOPE OF CIRCULATION OF PERSONAL DATA Gilmar processes personal data on paper and with the help of electronic and automated means, within the limits of the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy and taking the appropriate measures required to maintain the confidentiality and privacy of such data. Gilmar pays great attention to the protection and privacy of personal data and consequently does not engage in the dissemination and/or marketing of personal data. In some cases, your personal data may be transferred outside the European Union. This transfer shall take place ensuring adequate protection levels for your data, in compliance with Articles 45 and 46 of the GDPR. In particular, personal data shall be transferred outside the European Union to countries that provide an adequate level of data protection, as determined by the specific decisions of the European Commission. In other cases, transfers of personal data outside the European Union may take place where adequate assurances and safeguards for the protection of your personal data are issued by Gilmar’s suppliers and sub-suppliers receiving such data, for example, by signing the standard contractual clauses for the protection of personal data adopted by the European Commission. DATA RETENTION PERIOD Your personal data shall be retained by Gilmar for the limited period of time required to achieve the purposes of each data processing activity specified above. At the end of this period, your personal data shall be deleted or made anonymous. Personal data used to reply to your requests for information, assistance and/or to be contacted, made using the “Contact Us” form available on the Website, shall be retained by Gilmar for the time strictly necessary to respond to your requests and then deleted. The personal data communicated by you by submitting the “Work with us” form shall be retained by Gilmar for a period of 24 months from the receipt of said data. YOUR RIGHTS You may contact Gilmar at any time, by sending an email to privacy@gilmar.it , requesting to receive the list of Data Processors (i.e. Gilmar’s service providers entrusted to process your personal data according to the instructions and guidelines provided by Gilmar). Also by sending an email to privacy@gilmar.it , you can request to exercise the rights provided for by the applicable legislation on the protection of personal data (pursuant to the provisions set out in Articles 15 to 22 of the GDPR), and in particular the right to obtain confirmation of whether your personal data is being processed or otherwise, to have access to your personal data processed by Gilmar, to know the purpose of such processing, the categories of data processed and the recipients or categories of recipients to whom your data have been or will be communicated; the right to verify the accuracy and correctness of your personal data and its origin, to request the integration, updating, correction, deletion or anonymisation of your personal data, as well as the limitation of the processing of your personal data as well as the limitation of the processing of your data or object to the processing (pursuant to the cases provided for in Articles 17 and 18 of the GDPR); submita complaint to the Supervisory Authority (the Italian Authority for the Protection of Personal Data or Garante); the right to oppose the processing of personal data, carried out by Gilmar on the basis of its legitimate interest, for reasons related to a particular situation, provided that no prevailing motives exist to allow Gilmar to continue with the data processing (e.g. the need to protect its rights in court); the right to be informed of the existence of an automated decision-making process, including profiling, as referred to in Article 22, paragraphs 1 and 4 of the GDPR and, in such cases, to obtain meaningful information about the logic involved, as well as the significance and the expected consequences of such processing for the Data Subject; the ability to exercise the right to portability of your personal data. Once your request has been received, Gilmar shall process it as quickly as possible and with utmost seriousness, in order to allow you to exercise your rights, providing a reply without delay and, in any case, within one month from receiving the request. In cases of particular complexity, the timeframe for replying to your request may be extended to up to 2 months. In this case, Gilmar shall keep you informed on the status of the fulfilment of your request. (last updated on 19 April 2023) General conditions of participation in the promotional activity associated with the GILMAR OUTLET card Industry Division S.p.A. (hereinafter also just “Gilmar”) has dedicated the GILMAR OU card to its end customers TLET to offer them advantages in purchasing products at sales points managed by Gilmar or by companies controlled by or under common control with Gilmar (hereinafter Also only the "sales points"), or on the websites (hereinafter also only the "websites") that participate in the initiative, according to the provisions of the these general conditions. ​ The GILMAR OUTLET card (hereinafter also just the "Card") is issued free of charge to customers who decide to join Gilmar's promotional activity by subscribing to the GILMAR OUTLET newsletter (hereinafter also just the "newsletter") and after completing the form. 'special form. ​ The Card is issued at the discretion of Gilmar, which reserves the right to modify these general conditions at any time; any changes will be effective following their communication by Gilmar to cardholder customers, for example through publication of the updated general conditions on www.gilmar.it: ​ The Card is attributed by Gilmar to the adult end customer who has filled out the appropriate form (hereinafter also just the "Customer"). Completing the aforementioned form is also required in the event of previous participation in Gilmar's promotional activity by subscribing to the newsletter through the websites. The card is nominative, unique, strictly personal, non-transferable and any use by Customers for commercial purposes is prohibited. The Card is issued upon acceptance by the Customer of these general conditions. The Customer can return the Card at any time, thereby renouncing the advantages offered by the latter to the Customer. The Card must be returned by sending it, at the Customer's expense, to: Gilmar Difesa Industria S.p.A., c.a. Retail Outlet Office, via Malpasso n. 723/725, 47842 San Giovanni in Marignano (RN), Italy. The revocation of the Customer's consent to the promotional activity carried out by Gilmar does not entail the forfeiture of the benefits provided by the Card. The Customer therefore always remains free to exercise this right, as more fully illustrated in the information on the processing of personal data. The Card can be used by the Customer at all points of sale and websites participating in the initiative, upon presentation of the same or insertion of the relevant details and, in any case, upon recognition of the Customer, to benefit from discounts on the products purchased personally. The amount of the discount applied to individual products and the location in which it can be benefited (for example, at points of sale and/or on websites) are variable and may be determined at the discretion of Gilmar. The Card has an unlimited duration; however, Gilmar reserves the right to suspend or interrupt its effectiveness at any time upon notice to the Customer. At its sole discretion, Gilmar may revoke the Customer's right to use the Card and benefit from the related benefits. Without prejudice to any further initiative for its own protection, Gilmar reserves the right to deactivate the Card in the event that the Customer uses it abusively and/or in any case harmful to Gilmar's image and/or trademarks. Likewise, Gilmar may deactivate the Card for failure to use it for a period exceeding 5 years. In the event of loss, damage or theft of the Card, the Customer is required to promptly notify Gilmar of the circumstance by sending an email to info@gilmar.it or by calling 0541/959111. Gilmar, after verifying the Customer's identification data, will be able to provide the Customer with a new Card. ​ (last update June 16, 2020) ​ Privacy Policy - GILMAR OUTLET card Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A. (hereinafter referred to as “Gilmar”) respects your privacy and is committed to treating your personal data with the utmost care and in full compliance with the relevant provisions governing the protection of personal data, including Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation or “GDPR”) and Legislative Decree no. 196/2003, also updated pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 101/2018. 196/2003, also updated pursuant to Legislative Decree no. 101/2018. For us, it is important to provide clear and complete information on how we collect, use and store the personal data you provide to us within the context of Gilmar’s promotional activity through the obtainment and use of the GILMAR OUTLET card (hereinafter referred to as “Card”). For this reason, we encourage you to carefully read this Privacy Policy before sending Gilmar any information and/or personal data of any type. Any entry into force of new rules and provisions (also relating to the protection of personal data), the opening of new stores and the ongoing update of the services related to the Card, could require the need to modify this privacy policy. We encourage you to periodically consult the most updated version, which can be found at the address www.gilmar.it/legal . THE DATA CONTROLLER The Data Controller for the processing of personal data that you may eventually provide to us is Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A., with registered office in San Giovanni in Marignano (RN), Italy, in Via Malpasso no. 723-725, reachable by phone or email at: Tel: +39 0541 959111 Email address: privacy@gilmar.it THE DATA PROTECTION OFFICER Pursuant to art. 37 of the Regulation, Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A. voluntarily appointed a Data Protection Officer (“DPO”) available at Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A., 47842 San Giovanni in Marignano (RN), via Malpasso no. 723-725, and at the email address: dpo@gilmar.it . TYPES OF PERSONAL DATA PROCESSED Within the context of the promotional activity associated with the Card, Gilmar processes identification and contact data, which, subject to your consent, can be processed for marketing purposes. Subject to your consent, Gilmar may also process data relating to your purchasing habits (for example, type of products purchased, amounts spent and purchasing date). PURPOSE AND COMPULSORY OR OPTIONAL NATURE OF THE DATA PROCESSING Gilmar processes your personal data for the following purposes: Gilmar processes your data: to allow you to use the discounts connected with the Card; subject to your consent, to carry out the promotional activity associated with the Card. Your personal data will be processed to send you our newsletter, commercial or promotional information, free products, invitations to events, to offer promotions, discounts, benefits or other services. The provision of your personal data for this purpose is not mandatory, but refusal to provide them will make it impossible for Gilmar to deliver you the Card and make you benefit from the discounts reserved to holders of the same. Subject to your consent, Gilmar uses your data to carry out profiling activities including carrying out an analysis of your purchases (identifying the type, frequency and amounts spent) in order to send you commercial and promotional offers in line with your specific interests and your purchasing habits, developing products and services closer to your personal needs. The provision of personal data which Gilmar may use for marketing and profiling purposes is entirely optional. However, if you do not provide such data, it shall be impossible for Gilmar to carry out marketing and profiling activities and therefore to send you communications of a commercial nature, discounts and promotions, including those associated with the Card, as described above. LEGAL BASIS OF THE DATA PROCESSING Gilmar processes your personal data based on the following conditions of legitimacy to perform its contractual obligations to you following the acceptance of the “General conditions to apply to the promotional activity associated with the GILMAR OUTLET card”, pursuant to Article 6, letter b) of the GDPR; your consent to the processing of your personal data for marketing and/or profiling purposes, pursuant to Article 6, letter a) of the GDPR; respect for the obligations of law by Gilmar pursuant to art. 6, letter c) of the GDPR, as well as any protection of its rights in judicial settings and/or before the competent authorities pursuant to art. 6 letter f) of the GDPR. SUBJECTS WHO HAVE ACCESS TO YOUR PERSONAL DATA Gilmar limits access to personal data as much as possible, making such data available to its staff, duly authorised to access the data in order to carry out their professional duties. Gilmar’s staff shall process the personal data within the limits and in compliance with the provisions entrusted to it by the same. Your personal data may also be shared with companies affiliated to Gilmar or subject to joint control by Gilmar (for example, who manage specific stores) and disclosed to independent subjects on which the latter relies to carry out its normal business activities. These subjects shall process your personal data in a capacity of Data Processors, according to the instructions provided by Gilmar, as well as in a capacity of Data Controllers. Gilmar provides to said subjects only the data strictly necessary to perform the agreed-upon services The suppliers of such services fall into the following categories: companies, consultants and IT service providers; consultants and legal representatives who assist Gilmar in carrying out its business activities, in initiatives necessary to protect its rights, to fulfil requests of the Judicial and administrative Authority, as well as for other reasons connected to the protection of rights and freedom of others. DATA PROCESSING METHOD AND SCOPE OF CIRCULATION OF PERSONAL DATA Gilmar processes personal data on paper and with the help of electronic and automated means, within the limits of the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy and taking the appropriate measures to maintain the confidentiality and privacy of said data. Gilmar pays great attention to the protection and privacy of personal data and consequently does not engage in the dissemination and/or marketing of personal data. Gilmar also processes the data in full compliance with the principles of confidentiality, correctness, necessity, relevance, lawfulness and transparency imposed by the GDPR. In some cases, your personal data may be collected and processed outside the European Union, for example if a specific store is located in a third country. In such case, your personal data will be processed ensuring an adequate level of protection as set out by the European Commission’s decisions, pursuant to art. 45 of the GDPR, or through the adoption of data protection clauses, as per art. 46 of the GDPR. DATA RETENTION PERIOD Your personal data shall be retained by Gilmar for a limited period of time, necessary to achieve the purposes identified above. At the end of this period, your data shall be deleted or made anonymous. The personal data processed in order to fulfil contractual commitments resulting from your acceptance of the “General conditions to apply to the promotional activity associated with the GILMAR OUTLET card” shall be retained by Gilmar for a period of 5 years from the last purchase made using the Card, or, in the case that the Card has never been used, from its issue date. Within 24 months from the time data has been collected for delivery of our newsletter and fulfilment of marketing activities, Gilmar shall attempt to obtain a new consent to pursue these activities, in the absence of which the data in question shall be deleted. Personal data used for profiling purposes shall be deleted or made anonymous by Gilmar within 12 months from its receipt. After 12 months, Gilmar may continue to process your data only if you provide a new consent to the processing of your data for profiling purposes. WITHDRAWAL OF CONSENT You may, at any time, object to the processing of your personal data by Gilmar for marketing purposes (such as sending newsletters), for the fulfilment of any profiling activities and for carrying out profiling activities, including sending promotional messages, invitations to events, discounts and free products. You may revoke your consent to such data processing activities by sending an email to privacy@gilmar.it , or by following the instructions provided at the bottom of the newsletter or of promotional communications received from Gilmar. Once your request has been received, we will make sure to immediately stop the processing of your personal data based on the consent that you have revoked. Data processing based on different conditions of legitimacy from the consent revoked, shall continue to be conducted as provided for in this Privacy Policy and in full compliance with applicable regulations. The withdrawal of consent to the processing of your personal data for marketing and/or profiling purposes shall not affect the legitimacy of data processing carried out by Gilmar based on consent given before such withdrawal. YOUR RIGHTS You may contact Gilmar at any time, by sending an email to privacy@gilmar.it , requesting to receive the list of Data Processors (i.e. Gilmar’s service providers entrusted to process your personal data on the basis of the instructions and guidelines provided by Gilmar). Also by sending an email to privacy@gilmar.it you can request to exercise the rights provided for by the applicable legislation on the protection of confidentiality of personal data (pursuant to the provisions set out in Articles 15 to 22 of the GDPR), and in particular: the right to obtain confirmation of whether your personal data is being processed or otherwise, to have access to your personal data processed by Gilmar, to know the purpose of such processing, the categories of data processed and the recipients or categories of recipients to whom your data have been or will be communicated. the right to verify the accuracy and correctness of your personal data and its origin, to request the integration, updating, correction, deletion or anonymisation of your personal data, as well as the limitation of the processing of your data or object to the processing (pursuant to the cases provided for in Articles 17 and 18 of the GDPR); submit a complaint to the Supervisory Authority (the Italian Authority for the Protection of Personal Data or Garante); the right to oppose the processing of personal data, carried out by Gilmar on the basis of its legitimate interest, for reasons related to a particular situation, provided that no prevailing motives exist to allow Gilmar to continue with the data processing (e.g. the need to protect its rights in court); the right to be informed of the existence of an automated decision-making process, including profiling, as referred to in Article 22, paragraphs 1 and 4 of the GDPR and, in such cases, to obtain meaningful information about the logic involved, as well as the significance and the expected consequences of such processing for the Data Subject; the ability to exercise the right to portability of your personal data. Once your request has been received, Gilmar shall process it as quickly as possible and with utmost seriousness, in order to allow you to exercise your rights, providing a reply without delay and, in any case, within one month from receiving the request. In cases of particular complexity, the timeframe for replying to your request may be extended to up to 2 months from receiving the request. In this case, Gilmar shall keep you informed on the status of the fulfilment of your request. (last updated on 16 June 2020) Privacy Policy for economic operators and consultants working with Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.a. Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A. (hereinafter referred to as “Gilmar”) respects your privacy and is committed to processing your personal data with the utmost care and in full compliance with the relevant provisions governing the protection of personal data, including Regulation (EU) 2016/679 (General Data Protection Regulation or “GDPR”) and Italian legislative decree no. 196/2003, also updated pursuant to Italian legislative decree no. 101/2018. This Privacy Policy therefore aims to inform, with the utmost transparency, the economic operators and consultants as well as their staff that work with Gilmar on the personal data processing activities carried out by Gilmar during its business activities and within the scope of its business relations. For us, it is important to provide clear and complete information on how we collect, use and store the personal data obtained while conducting our business and within the scope of our business relations. For this reason, we encourage you to carefully read this Privacy Policy before sending Gilmar any information and/or personal data of any type. Personal data refers to any information that makes it possible to identify a person, including indirectly (e.g. by combining said data with other information). By way of example, your email address, first and last name, phone number, mailing address, profession, etc. are considered to be personal data. THE DATA CONTROLLER The Data Controller for the processing of personal data that you may provide to us is Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A., with registered office in San Giovanni in Marignano (RN), Italy, Via Malpasso no. 723-725, reachable by phone or email at: Tel: +39 0541 959111 Email address: privacy@gilmar.it THE DATA PROTECTION OFFICER Pursuant to art. 37 of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679, Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A. has voluntarily appointed a Data Protection Officer (“DPO”), reachable at Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A., Via Malpasso n.o 723-725, 47842 San Giovanni in Marignano (RN), Italy, or by email atdpo@gilmar.it . TYPES OF PERSONAL DATA PROCESSED In conducting its business and within the scope of its business relations, Gilmar also processes the personal identification and/or contact data related to individuals who refer to economic operators and/or consultants, as well as identification data referred to individual firms. PURPOSE AND COMPULSORY OR OPTIONAL NATURE OF THE DATA PROCESSING Gilmar processes your personal data for the following purposes: to provide a reply to your requests for information and/or to be contacted as well as, more generally, to verify the possibility of establishing a contractual relationship with you and/or with the firm to which you refer; to enforce contracts related to the conduction of the business activity and, more generally, to manage relations with economic operators and/or consultants, also in relation to requests for assistance; to handle any complaints and/or to fulfil obligations imposed by the law, including those related to accounting and fiscal matters; to assert its rights and, more generally, to protect its prerogatives. The provision of your data is not mandatory under any circumstance. However, your refusal to provide it may have different consequences. For example, your refusal to provide the personal data requested by Gilmar within the scope of pre-contractual activities and/or to formalise contracts, including just potential contracts, with economic operators and/or consultants might make it impossible for Gilmar to provide the service requested and hence the possibility to conclude any contracts. In other cases, your refusal to provide the personal data requested by Gilmar might make it impossible for Gilmar to reply to requests for information and/or to be contacted as well as to timely enforce contracts with economic operators and/or consultants also in relation to requests for assistance. LEGAL BASIS OF THE DATA PROCESSING Gilmar processes your personal data based on the following conditions of legitimacy: to allow Gilmar to pursue its legitimate interests, consisting of carrying out and promoting the company’s business, also through the implementation of pre-contractual measures, as well as protecting its rights, pursuant to Article 6, letter f) of the GDPR; to enforce contracts required for the conduction of its business activity, pursuant to Article 6, letter b) of the GDPR; to ensure compliance with Gilmar’s legal obligations, pursuant to Article 6, letter c) of the GDPR; to protect Gilmar’s rights in court and/or before the competent authorities, pursuant to Article 6, letter f) of the GDPR. SUBJECTS THAT HAVE ACCESS TO PERSONAL DATA Gilmar limits access to personal data as much as possible, making such data available to its staff, duly authorised to access and/or process the data in order to carry out their professional duties. Gilmar’s staff shall process the personal data within the limits and in compliance with the provisions entrusted to it by the same. Personal data may also be shared with companies affiliated with Gilmar and disclosed to independent subjects through which Gilmar carries out its business activities. These subjects shall process personal data as Data Processors, according to the instructions provided by Gilmar, or as independent Data Controllers. Gilmar provides to said subjects only the personal data strictly necessary to perform the agreed-upon services. The suppliers of such services fall into the following categories: companies, consultants and IT service providers; consultants and lawyers that provide assistance to Gilmar in relation to the conduction of its business activity and the necessary measures to protect its rights and to fulfil the requests of judicial and administrative authorities, as well as for other reasons related to the protection of the rights and freedoms of others. DATA PROCESSING METHOD AND SCOPE OF CIRCULATION OF PERSONAL DATA Gilmar processes personal data on paper and with the help of electronic and automated means, within the limits of the purposes set out in this Privacy Policy and taking the appropriate measures required to maintain the confidentiality and privacy of such data. Gilmar pays great attention to the protection and privacy of personal data and consequently does not engage in the dissemination and/or marketing of personal data. In some cases, your personal data may be transferred outside the European Union. This transfer shall take place ensuring adequate protection levels for your data, in compliance with Articles 45 and 46 of the GDPR. In particular, personal data shall be transferred outside the European Union to countries that provide an adequate level of data protection, as determined by the specific decisions of the European Commission. In other cases, transfers of personal data outside the European Union may take place where adequate assurances and safeguards for the protection of your personal data are issued by Gilmar’s suppliers and sub-suppliers receiving such data, for example, by signing the standard contractual clauses for the protection of personal data adopted by the European Commission. DATA RETENTION PERIOD Your personal data shall be retained by Gilmar for the limited period of time required to achieve the purposes of each data processing activity specified above. At the end of this period, your personal data shall be deleted or made anonymous. Personal data processed in order to fulfil the commitments provided for by contracts, including pre-contractual activities, shall be retained by Gilmar for a period of 10 years from the execution of the contractually provided service. Personal data processed as part of the management and keeping of company accounts and for billing purposes shall be retained by Gilmar for the time necessary to fulfil the company’s tax and record keeping obligations, and no later than 10 fiscal years from the invoicing date. YOUR RIGHTS You may contact Gilmar at any time, by sending an email to privacy@gilmar.it , requesting to receive the list of Data Processors (i.e. Gilmar’s service providers entrusted to process your personal data according to the instructions and guidelines provided by Gilmar). Also by sending an email to privacy@gilmar.it , you can request to exercise the rights provided for by the applicable legislation on the protection of personal data (pursuant to the provisions set out in Articles 15 to 22 of the GDPR), and in particular: the right to obtain confirmation as to whether or not your personal data is being processed, to have access to your personal data processed by Gilmar, to know the purpose of such processing, the categories of personal data processed and the recipients or categories of recipients to whom your personal data have been or will be communicated or disclosed. You are also entitled to know the retention period of your personal data or, where this is not possible, the criteria used to determine this period; the right to verify the accuracy and correctness of your personal data and its origin, to request the integration, updating, correction, deletion or anonymisation of your personal data, as well as the limitation of the processing of your personal data; the right to oppose the processing of your personal data; the right to lodge a complaint with the Supervisory Authority (the Italian data protection supervisor is called “Garante per la protezione dei dati personali”); in case of transfer of your data to a third country, the right to be informed of the existence of adequate safeguards relating to such transfer, pursuant to Article 46 of the GDPR; the right to oppose the processing of your personal data, carried out by Gilmar on the basis of its legitimate interest, for reasons related to a particular situation, provided that no prevailing motives exist to allow Gilmar to continue with the data processing (e.g. the need to protect its rights in court); the right to be informed of the existence of an automated decision-making process, including profiling, as referred to in Article 22, paragraphs 1 and 4 of the GDPR and, in such cases, to obtain meaningful information about the logic involved, as well as the significance and the expected consequences of such processing for the data subject; the right to exercise the right to portability of your personal data. Once your request has been received, Gilmar shall process it as quickly as possible and with utmost seriousness, in order to allow you to exercise your rights, providing a reply without delay and, in any case, within one month from receiving the request. In cases of particular complexity, the timeframe for replying to your request may be extended to up to 2 months. In this case, Gilmar shall keep you informed on the status of the fulfilment of your request. (last updated on 7 October 2020) Notice on the processing of personal data for video surveillance Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A. (hereinafter referred to as “Gilmar”) respects privacy and undertakes to process personal data with utmost care, in compliance with the relevant applicable regulations, including the Regulation (EU) 2016/679. This notice thus aims at informing you with utmost transparency about the processing of personal data carried out by Gilmar through the video surveillance system installed at its premises, boutiques and outlets. For further information about the processing of your personal data as well as to exercise your rights as better explained below, you can send an e-mail to privacy@gilmar.it . DATA CONTROLLER The data controller of personal data is Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A., with registered office in Italy, in San Giovanni in Marignano (RN), Via Malpasso no. 723-725. DATA PROTECTION OFFICER Pursuant to art. 37 of the Regulation (EU) 2016/679, Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A. has voluntarily designated a Data Protection Officer (“DPO”), which can be contacted at Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A., Via Malpasso no. 723-725, 47842 San Giovanni in Marignano (RN), Italy, or by sending an e-mail to dpo@gilmar.it . PURPOSES OF THE PROCESSING The personal data acquired through the video surveillance system shall be processed: to ensure the safety and protection of people (Gilmar’s employees, collaborators and customers, and third parties in general) and Gilmar’s assets against possible attacks, thefts, robberies, damage, acts of vandalism and other illegal activities; to help organize Gilmar’s production processes, in compliance with the principle of proportionality between means of processing being used and aims pursued; indirectly, also for purposes connected with the employment relationship, as also specified in the relevant agreements with the bargaining units. LEGAL BASIS The personal data acquired through the video surveillance system shall be processed on the basis of the legitimate interest of Gilmar: to protect the safety of people and its assets at its premises, boutiques and outlets; to ensure the adequate exploitation of its resources, also with the aim of helping its personnel carry out their tasks. The personal data acquired through the video surveillance system may also be processed to fulfil Gilmar’s legal obligations, for example if the images acquired are requested by the judicial authorities to prosecute any offences or to conduct any investigations. DATA PROCESSING METHODS AND STORAGE PERIOD In relation to the above purposes, personal data shall be processed using computer systems, taking adequate precautions and safety measures at the technical and organizational level according to the provisions of applicable regulations. The images acquired shall be saved on a digital support and stored for no longer than it is necessary for the achievement of the above purposes and in any case for no longer than 72 hours from the moment they are taken. DISCLOSURE AND DISSEMINATION Gilmar shall limit access to the images acquired by the video surveillance system, making them available only to its duly authorized personnel within the limits of their specific task. The images acquired by the video surveillance system may be made available to the judicial authorities in order to identify any offences and relevant details (also to identify the relevant perpetrators). For the achievement of the above purposes, the images may be made accessible to external subjects responsible for the management and maintenance of the video surveillance system. Gilmar shall be also allowed to make the images available to its lawyers in order to protect its rights and interests and to fulfil any requests of the judicial authorities. Any subjects external to Gilmar that shall have access to the images acquired by the video surveillance system may process personal data both as data processors according to the instructions received from Gilmar and as independent data controllers. RIGHTS OF THE DATA SUBJECT To exercise your rights provided for by the regulations on the protection of personal data, including the ones listed below, you can contact Gilmar at any time, by sending an e-mail to privacy@gilmar.it : the right to obtain access to your personal data and confirmation as to whether or not your personal data are being processed as well as the right to know the purposes of the processing, the categories of personal data being processed, and the recipients and storage period of your personal data; the right to request the erasure of your personal data within the limits provided for by applicable regulations; the right to object to the processing of your personal data within the limits provided for by applicable regulations. To exercise the above rights, you shall provide Gilmar with suitable information to demonstrate your identity as well as specify, even just indicatively, when and where you deem to have been filmed by the video surveillance system. Gilmar shall reserve the right, if necessary, to ask you for further explanations in order to identify the images about which you are requesting to exercise your rights. In addition to the above rights, you shall also have the right to lodge a complaint with a supervisory authority (the competent authority in Italy is the Garante per la protezione dei dati personali (Italian Data Protection Supervisor)). (last update: 17 July 2020) SINTESI PROCEDURA PER SEGNALAZIONI WHISTLEBLOWING Tramite questo portale (di seguito il “Portale”) è possibile inviare segnalazioni di informazioni sulle violazioni, compresi i fondati sospetti, di normative nazionali e dell’Unione Europea, che ledono l’interesse pubblico o l’integrità di Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A. (di seguito “Gilmar”) commesse nell’ambito dell’attività svolta dalla stessa, apprese dal segnalante nel contesto lavorativo (secondo quanto più dettagliatamente illustrato di seguito), conformemente a quanto previsto dal d.lgs. 24 del 10 marzo 2023 (di seguito il “Decreto Whistleblowing”), emanato in attuazione della Direttiva (UE) 2019/1937. Tali informazioni possono riguardare anche le violazioni non ancora commesse che il segnalante, ragionevolmente, ritiene potrebbero esserlo sulla base di elementi concreti. Tali elementi possono essere anche irregolarità e anomalie (indici sintomatici) che il segnalante ritiene possano dar luogo ad una delle violazioni previste dal Decreto Whistleblowing. Per maggiori informazioni in merito alle segnalazioni che possono essere inviate tramite il Portale, ti invitiamo a consultare il successivo paragrafo 2 e la versione integrale della “procedura di segnalazione whistleblowing” di Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A. 1. Chi può inviare una segnalazione Legittimati ad effettuare una segnalazione sono i soggetti che operano nel contesto lavorativo di Gilmar, tra i quali in particolare rientrano (tanto in costanza del rapporto giuridico con Gilmar quanto anteriormente o successivamente all’instaurazione di tale rapporto): lavoratori dipendenti e lavoratori autonomi; liberi professionisti e consulenti; lavoratori e collaboratori che svolgono la propria attività presso Gilmar e/o che forniscono o acquistano beni o servizi presso Gilmar; volontari; tirocinanti; - gli azionisti, e le persone con funzione di direzione, amministrazione, controllo, vigilanza e rappresentanza di Gilmar. 2. Cosa è possibile segnalare Possono essere segnalate le violazioni, anche soltanto presunte, che abbiano ad oggetto comportamenti, atti od omissioni che ledono l’interesse pubblico o l’integrità di Gilmar che consistono in: illeciti amministrativi, contabili e penali; condotte rilevanti ai sensi del d.lgs. 231/2001; violazioni del Codice Etico di Gilmar; illeciti che rientrano nell’ambito degli atti dell’Unione Europea indicati nel Decreto Whistleblowing o degli atti nazionali che costituiscono attuazione degli atti dell’Unione Europea indicati nella Direttiva (UE) 2019/1937, seppur non espressamente menzionati nel Decreto Whistleblowing, e relativi agli specifici settori ivi indicati; atti o omissioni che ledono gli interessi finanziari dell’Unione Europea, di cui all’art. 325 del Trattato sul Funzionamento dell’Unione Europea specificati nel diritto derivato pertinente dell’Unione Europea; - atti o omissioni riguardanti il mercato interno dell’Unione Europea. Per maggiori informazioni in merito alle violazioni che possono essere inviate tramite il Portale si rinvia alla “procedura di segnalazione whistleblowing” di Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A. Non possono invece essere segnalate mediante la presente procedura: le contestazioni, rivendicazioni o richieste legate ad un interesse di carattere personale del segnalante, che attengono esclusivamente ai propri rapporti individuali di lavoro, ovvero inerenti ai propri rapporti di lavoro con le figure gerarchicamente sovraordinate; le violazioni già regolamentate dagli atti dell’Unione Europea o da atti nazionali indicati nella parte II dell’allegato al Decreto Whistleblowing o dagli atti nazionali che costituiscono attuazione degli atti dell’Unione Europea di cui alla parte II dell’allegato alla Direttiva (UE) 2019/1937; - le violazioni in materia di sicurezza nazionale, nonché di appalti relativi ad aspetti di difesa o sicurezza nazionale. 3. Come effettuare la segnalazione Le segnalazioni possono essere effettuate mediante il canale interno istituito da Gilmar ( https://portal.gilmar.it/whistleblowing ), preferibilmente tramite il Portale oppure, in subordine, richiedendo la fissazione di un incontro con il destinatario delle segnalazioni, individuato da Gilmar nel proprio Responsabile delle Risorse Umane (di seguito, il “Destinatario”). In alternativa, al ricorrere di determinati presupposti indicati nel proseguo, è possibile effettuare la segnalazione tramite il canale di segnalazione esterna, vale a dire direttamente all’Autorità Nazionale Anticorruzione (“ANAC”). a. Canali di segnalazione interna ​ Il Portale consente di effettuare una segnalazione con due diverse modalità. ​ i. Segnalazioni anonime ​ A meno che il segnalante non selezioni l’opzione che permette di rendere noti al Destinatario i propri dati personali e che permette quindi di inserire sul Portale dati ulteriori rispetto all’indirizzo email (che deve essere sempre obbligatoriamente indicato dal segnalante), le segnalazioni effettuate tramite il Portale avverranno in forma anonima. Ciò significa che il Destinatario riceverà la segnalazione senza che gli siano resi noti i dati personali del segnalante, ivi compreso l’indirizzo email dello stesso. Come detto, inviando una segnalazione anonima l’indirizzo email deve essere necessariamente indicato per consentire al Destinatario, all’occorrenza, di contattare il segnalante (ad esempio, in merito a eventuali chiarimenti circa il contenuto della segnalazione), fermo restando che detto indirizzo email non verrà comunque reso noto al segnalante. Resta inteso che, affinché la segnalazione inviata con tale modalità risulti effettivamente anonima, dovrà essere cura del segnalante evitare di inserire all’interno della propria segnalazione informazioni e/o dati personali che rivelino la sua identità. Per le segnalazioni effettuate in forma anonima sono previste le misure di protezione di cui al successivo paragrafo 4, applicabili nei casi in cui il segnalante sia stato riconosciuto e abbia subito ritorsioni a seguito della sua segnalazione. ii. Segnalazioni ordinarie Soltanto qualora il segnalante selezioni l’opzione che permette di rendere noti al Destinatario i propri dati personali, allora il segnalante potrà compilare anche gli ulteriori campi relativi a questi ultimi, che saranno forniti al Destinatario, ivi compreso l’indirizzo email. Anche alle segnalazioni ordinarie (vale a dire, non anonime) risultano applicabili le misure di protezione di cui al successivo paragrafo 4. Al termine dell’inserimento di una segnalazione, il segnalante deve annotare la data e il Codice Identificativo Unico automaticamente prodotto dal Portale, che consente di seguire nel corso del tempo lo stato di lavorazione della segnalazione, garantendo riservatezza e confidenzialità. Al ricevimento della segnalazione, il Destinatario (unico soggetto avente accesso a ciascuna segnalazione): svolge un’analisi preliminare della segnalazione e, nei casi in cui non la ritenga ammissibile (ad esempio, per manifesta infondatezza e/o genericità del contenuto della stessa), archivia la segnalazione motivando per iscritto al segnalante le ragioni dell’archiviazione; entro sette giorni dalla ricezione della segnalazione, rilascia un avviso di ricevimento al segnante; mantiene le interlocuzioni con il segnalante, eventualmente anche richiedendo integrazioni a quest’ultimo, e, ove necessario, richiede il supporto di funzioni interne e/o consulenti esterni, richiede chiarimenti ai soggetti indicati nella segnalazione come responsabili della violazione o comunque implicati nella stessa, svolge le opportune indagini (eventualmente anche incaricando un soggetto interno o esterno a Gilmar); fornisce diligente seguito alle segnalazioni ricevute; fornisce riscontro (anche solo interlocutorio) alla segnalazione al più tardi entro tre mesi dalla scadenza del termine dei sette giorni dalla presentazione della segnalazione; qualora accerti la commissione di una violazione, può (i) procedere all’instaurazione di un procedimento sanzionatorio nei confronti dei soggetti indicati nella segnalazione come responsabili della violazione o comunque implicati nella stessa; (ii) valutare l’opportunità di avviare un procedimento disciplinare nei confronti del segnalante nel caso di segnalazioni in relazioni alle quali siano accertate la malafede e/o l’intento meramente diffamatorio, confermati anche dalla infondatezza della stessa segnalazione; (iii) concordare un eventuale action plan necessario per la rimozione delle debolezze di controllo rilevate, garantendo altresì il monitoraggio della sua attuazione; conserva la segnalazione e la documentazione correlata per il tempo necessario alla gestione della segnalazione, in ogni caso, non oltre cinque anni dalla data della comunicazione dell’esito finale della segnalazione. Le segnalazioni trasmesse a soggetti diversi dal Destinatario e che rientrino chiaramente tra quelle disciplinate dalla “procedura di segnalazione whistleblowing” di Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A. saranno trasmesse immediatamente, comunque entro e non oltre sette giorni, al Destinatario, dandone contestuale notizia al segnalante e mantenendo la massima riservatezza sull’identità di quest’ultimo e sui contenuti della segnalazione. 4. Canale di segnalazione esterna È possibile ricorrere al canale di segnalazione esterna effettuando una segnalazione all’ANAC secondo le modalità previste sul sito istituzionale della stessa (www.anticorruzione.it ), esclusivamente in uno dei seguenti casi: mancata attivazione del canale di segnalazione interno o non conformità di tale canale all’art. 4 del Decreto Whistleblowing; mancato seguito, da parte di Gilmar, alla segnalazione effettuata tramite il canale di segnalazione interna; fondato motivo di ritenere che, qualora effettuasse una segnalazione tramite il canale di segnalazione interna, alla segnalazione non verrebbe dato efficace seguito oppure che la stessa possa determinare un rischio di ritorsione; fondato motivo di ritenere che la violazione possa costituire un pericolo imminente o palese per il pubblico interesse; fondato motivo di ritenere che il Destinatario della segnalazione sia in conflitto di interesse con la segnalazione stessa. 5. Tutela del segnalante e dei soggetti equiparati Gilmar garantisce la riservatezza del segnalante nel corso di tutta la procedura di segnalazione. La riservatezza del segnalante è inoltre garantita nell’ambito di eventuali procedimenti penali (nei modi e nei limiti di cui all’art. 329 c.p.p.) e/o disciplinari che dovessero essere instaurati a seguito della segnalazione. Nel caso in cui la contestazione disciplinare dovesse essere fondata in tutto o in parte sulla segnalazione e la conoscenza dell’identità del segnalante sia indispensabile per la difesa dell’incolpato, la segnalazione sarà utilizzabile ai fini del procedimento disciplinare solo in presenza del consenso espresso del segnalante alla rivelazione della propria identità e previa comunicazione scritta delle ragioni della rivelazione dei dati riservati. Al segnalante e ai soggetti allo stesso equiparati a norma del Decreto Whistleblowing sono inoltre garantite le seguenti misure di protezione, a condizione che la segnalazione sia effettuata in buona fede e conformemente a quanto previsto dal Decreto Whistleblowing e dalla “procedura di segnalazione whistleblowing” di Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A.: divieto di mettere in atto misure ritorsive nei confronti; protezione dalle ritorsioni subite in conseguenza della segnalazione (ivi inclusi licenziamento, discriminazioni, trattamento sfavorevole, mutamento di funzioni, ecc.), che comprende (tra l’altro) la possibilità di comunicare all’ANAC le ritorsioni che ritenessero di avere subito a seguito di una segnalazione, la nullità degli atti assunti in violazione del divieto di ritorsione e l’eventuale irrogazione di una sanzione amministrativa nei confronti dei responsabili delle ritorsioni; misure di sostegno in merito alle modalità di segnalazione e alle disposizioni del Decreto Whistleblowing (tra cui, informazioni, assistenza, consulenza a titolo gratuito da parte di enti del terzo settore); limitazione della responsabilità penale, civile e amministrativa in caso di rivelazione di talune informazioni relative a violazioni (a titolo esemplificativo, informazioni coperte da obbligo di segreto); limitazione della responsabilità penale, civile e amministrativa (salvo che il fatto costituisca reato) per l’acquisizione delle informazioni sulle violazioni o per l’accesso alle stesse; applicazione di sanzioni amministrative pecuniarie nel caso di violazioni delle disposizioni di cui al Decreto Whistleblowing secondo quanto previsto dal relativo art. 21; invalidità delle rinunce alle transazioni che non siano effettuate in una delle sedi protette indicate dal Decreto Whistleblowing. Per maggiori informazioni in merito alle suddette misure di protezione e alle condizioni per la relativa applicazione si rimanda alla “procedura di segnalazione whistleblowing” di Gilmar Divisione Industria S.p.A. ​ Scarica qui la procedura: ​ (ultimo aggiornamento 9 aprile 2024) ​ Procedura Whistleblowing Gilmar.pdf

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    STORE LOCATOR ICEBERG RICCIONE Boutiques ​ Viale Gramsci, 6 Riccione, 47842 (RN), Italy ​ Tel. +39 0541 605 922 Cell. +39 340 507 4210 ​ ICEBERG PORTO CERVO Boutiques ​ Via La Passeggiata, Porto Cervo, 07021 (SS), Italy ​ Tel. +39 0789 92 142 Cell. +39 340 475 8507 ​ GILMAR OUTLET Company Store ​ Via degli Olmi , 267 San Giovanni in Marignano, 47842 (RN), Italy ​ Tel. +39 0541 959 186 Cell. +39 348 902 2042 ​ GI LMAR OUTLET Vicolungo The Style Outlet ​ You in San Martino di Zusiagna, Vicolungo, 28060 (NO), Italy to ​ Tel. +39 0321 03 1327 Cell. +39 346 500 1937 ​ GI LMAR OUTLET Valdichiana Outlet Village ​ You to Enzo Ferrari, 5 Foiano della Chiana, 52045 (AR), Italy ​ Tel. +39 0575 171 3020 Cell. +39 348 095 2895 ​ ICEBERG OUTLET Castel Romano Designer OR utlet ​ You a del Ponte di Piscina Cupa, 64 Castel Romano, 00128 (RM), Italy ​ Tel. +39 06 9436 8813 Cell. +39 349 601 8598 ​ ICEBERG OUTLET Palmanova OR utlet Villa ge ​ P126, Km 1.6 Aiello del Friuli, 33041 (UD ), Italy ​ Tel. +39 0432 83 6493 Cell. +39 340 151 6332 ​ ICEBERG OUTLET Serravalle Designer Outlet ​ You a of Fashion, 1 Serravalle Scrivia, 15069 (AL), Italy ​ Tel. +39 0143 150 9339 Cell. +39 345 433 6837 ​ ICEBERG OUTLET Noventa di Piave Designer OR utlet ​ You to Marco Polo , 1 Noventa by P iave, 30020 (VE), Italy ​ Tel. +39 0421 183 2766 Cell. +39 348 901 7514 ​

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    I BRAND DEL GRUPPO The visionary intuition of Giuliana Marchini Gerani and her husband Silvano Gerani led to the launch in 1974 of the new brand ICEBERG, under the supervision of the first Creative Director Jean-Charles de Castelbajac. ICEBERG launched a revolutionary idea introducing the new concept of sportswear deluxe. With the arrival of the talented French designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, the brand set the fashion world on fire with an all Knitwear Collection inspired by Pop Art. Some of testimonials, part of the ICEBERG universe during the 80’s include, Andy Warhol, Vivienne Westwood and Franco Moschino. The heritage Italian brand is now focused on logomania and its nostalgic references. Proudly directed by the British Designer, James Long, has elevated ICEBERG – famous for its knitwear – into one of the most covetable luxury sportswear brands. Recent Shows and events include the spectacular parades through the streets of Milan and London, in store exclusive events for the launch of special products, and pool parties at Coachella. Long distinctive style mixes pop influences taken from the archives and an edgy British coolness. Cartoons and logos take centre stage, statement aesthetics, sporty silhouettes, neon accents and eye-catching accessories collections. The fashion label is rooted in the contemporary urban culture and sorrounds itself with creative people linked to the music scene. ICE PLAY is inspired by travel and by the constant research of colourful places that can generate emotions. These feelings are reflected in eclectic collections with a dynamic spirit and a sassy soul, with the right dose of glamour. ICE PLAY is wearable and suitable for any time of the day. A playful contemporary sportswear concept that plays with simple silhouettes and refined details. The brand is launched in February 2010 during Fall Winter 2010-2011 Milan Fashion Week. The collections bring together the knowledge, awareness and newfound freedom of Alessandro Dell’Acqua. N°21 offers a modern and feminine wardrobe with tricks and details brought from the male wardrobe. The mix of feminine and masculine shapes and fabrics represents one of stylistic codes of the brand. The designer focuses his energies on a new approach, real and meaningful, mixing his great knowledge of knitwear and product for a modern proposal of a new Pret-a-porter. Paolo Pecora, founded in 2006 in Milan by the designer and entrepreneur Paolo Pecora, is a clothing company focused on Menswear and Kidswear, moreover a Knitwear specialist. In recent years, the second generation of family led by Filippo and Carolina Pecora, as Menswear and Kidswear Creative Directors, is redefining new and unexpected creative and stylistic connections. The philosophy of the brand is a vision of authentic and direct fashion, which returns an entirely Italian approach to life in its collections: positive, young and fresh. Paolo Pecora’s mission is an idea of ​​luxury accessible through well-made products designed to be used and loved for a long time. “Everything starts from the thread” is one of the family mottos, in fact the jersey is the starting point of the collection, a solid base of products that is found in many variations. This material, for which Paolo Pecora is known throughout the world, is declined in different colors, finishes and techniques for each season, thanks to a great work of research and experimentation. The possibility of redefining the perception of this material, which is renewed while remaining classic and up-to-date at the same time, allows the brand to address to different age groups, customers and markets.

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    Creativity & innovation: the secret behind Gilmar’s success, a Group leader in the manufacture and distribution of quality clothing brands, both house ones (Iceberg, Ice Play) and license ones (Paolo Pecora Milano, N°21). Gilmar takes a 360° approach to fashion design and development. Every project begins at the group’s own 45,000-sqm industrial hub in the town of San Giovanni in Marignano on Italy’s Adriatic coast. Originally opened in 1985 and later expanded, it houses the production and logistics centers, the styling and prototype creation offices, the quality control and shipping departments. Thanks to a special mobile metal structure, the storeroom can accommodate with precision perfection up to 250,000 garments at any one time. This is a place where tradition meets technology, guaranteeing impeccable service in delivery and reassortment management. In continual expansion, the company pursues growth and development on multi product levels, from high- end ready-to-wear to youth fashion lines, always devoting keen attention to style, technology and communication. Still today, Gilmar is totally in the hands of the founding family. Silvano Gerani is Chairman, Paolo Gerani is CEO, Artistic Director and business head, Giuliana Marchini is an active member of the board while Patrizia Gerani makes a valuable contribution both as a member of the board and as head of the styling department. OUR HISTORY Italy is a remarkable country where certain stories seem to sum up an entire age, capturing in a nutshell the energy and courage of a glorious creativity, calling attention to a unique talent for invention and all the magic of an enterprising spirit. They are extraordinary stories that unfold quite normally, day by day. Giuliana Marchini, age 15, lived in the town of Cattolica where her father Luigi had set up a small transport company after many years of hard work and sacrifice. Times were difficult in Italy back in the 1950s, people did without. And the family of this curious and lively girl who had clear ideas about the future could not afford to pay for her education. She’d learn a trade she thought. She’d follow the example of her neighbor and become a knitter, using lovely yarns to craft sweaters with her hands on a machine. Getting the hang of the technique proved easy, but what about turning it into a way to fulfill her biggest dream, that of achieving economic independence with a career and a livelihood of her own? According to Italian tradition, she asked for help from her folks. Luigi Marchini, who knew how to evaluate both a business project and his daughter’s ambitions, did not hesitate to guarantee a loan from the Credito Romagnolo bank so she could buy a knitting machine. A STARTUP COMPANY The newly acquired device – the first of many – ended up in the living room at home. Then other girls came along to give her a hand, for the work had evolved into a neverending job, from six a.m. to midnight, knitting the items and then washing them (in the family clothes-washer, naturally). Once word got around about the young knitter who made sweaters to measure, she found herself with a long list of customers. Soon she also began receiving orders from fancy clothing shops, among others Chic Parisien in Rimini. Thanks to rave reviews on the part of satisfied customers, Giuliana embarked on her entrepreneurial path. She extended her distribution network into the Romagna and Emilia areas of Italy, then with the aid of sales representatives into other regions of the country too. At that point she felt compelled to make a real quality leap and put together a sample collection. In other words, rather than creating custom pullovers for individual clients, she had to start manufacturing and delivering items on a vast scale. The imaginative hometown knitter became a businesswoman. A small one perhaps, yet as she had always dreamed a businesswoman.

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