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How does Fashion Illustration Gallery (FIG) use cookies?

The FIG website uses two types of cookie:

• Shopping session cookies
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This type of cookie remembers any products or options that you add to the Shopping Basket (top right of the page) during your visit. These cookies are integral to the operation of the FIG site and to your shopping experience.

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