Provider of the website:
BESTSELLER HANDELS B.V.
1013 AC Amsterdam
Commercial register no. 59896604
VAT ID no. NL853685757B01
Directeurs généraux : Anders Holch Povlsen et Thomas Børglum Jensen
Les personnes responsables du contenu de nos propres pages web sont : Anders Holch Povlsen et Thomas Børglum Jensen.
We are not responsible for the content of external, linked web pages. All external web pages, to which we are linked, were carefully checked for possible legal infringements when the link was created. At the time when the link was created, we ruled out any possible legal infringements. We have no influence on the content of linked web pages: please get in touch with the responsible service provider.
We must point out that you will be partly linked to the website www.aboutbestseller.com. This website is the property of BESTSELLER A/S, Denmark, and not of the online shop, BESTSELLER HANDELS B.V., Koivistokade 1c, 1013 AC Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Please contact our customer service department if you find that illegal web pages can be accessed via the hyperlinks.
About BESTSELLER HANDELS B.V.:
BESTSELLER is a purely family-run business.
BESTSELLER designs fashion and accessories under the brands JACK & JONES, NAME IT, MAMALICIOUS, OBJECT COLLECTOR’S ITEM, ONLY, ONLY & SONS, PIECES, LITTLE PIECES, SELECTED, VERO MODA, VILA, Y.A.S., NOISY MAY AND J.LINDEBERG for women and men, young people and children.
BESTSELLER works with selected suppliers. We do not own any production facilities. Nevertheless, we are aware of our responsibilities.
We have formulated these responsibilities towards people, the environment and animals in our "Code of Conduct":
it is important to us that the employees in the production facilities work under humane conditions and that there is no impact on the environment from the manufacture of our products. We only use natural animal products that have been ethically produced. We do not process any fur.
If you have any questions about this, you can contact us at email@example.com.
BESTSELLER would like to point out that the term customer can refer to both genders. Both male and female customers are addressed equally by the term.
Any standardisation is done for reasons of clarity.