Cookie Policy

What are cookies?

Cookies are tiny text files stored on your computer when you visit certain web pages. If your web browser settings allow it, any website may set its own cookies on your computer, but to protect your privacy your browser will only let a website read a cookie that it has set. A cookie will usually contain the domain of the website that has set it (e.g.,, etc.), the ‘lifetime’ of the cookie (how long it will be stored for), and the cookie’s value which is often a randomly generated unique string of letters and/or numbers. Because cookies are just text files, they cannot contain viruses or be used to access any personal information on your computer.

First-party and third-party cookies

A first-party cookie is one that is set by the website you are visiting, whereas a third-party cookie is one that is set by a website that may be providing content to the website you are visiting (for example, if you watch an embedded YouTube video on a website you are visiting, you may find that YouTube sets its own cookie). Remember that a website can only read its own cookies, so any third party websites cannot read the cookies set by the website you are visiting. Equally, the website you are visiting cannot read any cookies set by third party websites.

How do Boux Avenue use cookies?

We use cookies on to enable various types of functionality and to better understand how people use our website. This helps us to offer you personalised ads/content and the best possible experience overall. You can read our full list of cookies here, and if you want to change your cookie preferences on then you can do so by clicking the Cookie Settings button below.

How to manage cookies on your computer or mobile device

If cookies aren't enabled on your computer you will still be able to browse and, but your experience will be limited and you will not be able to add items to your bag and buy them.

Using your web browser’s settings you can view the cookies on your computer, remove all or some cookies and set rules on when to allow and not allow cookies to be set. For instructions on how to manage cookies in your particular web browser we recommend you visit (opens in a new window – please note that we cannot be held responsible for the content of external websites).

If you would like to know how to manage the cookies on your mobile phone, tablet or other mobile device we recommend that you check your device’s manual.