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Etihad Airways reveals its new First Class amenity kits

Posted 27 September 2016 · Add Comment

Etihad Airways has revealed its new First Class amenity kits, designed in partnership with two leading brands from the worlds of fashion and beauty: fashion designer Christian Lacroix, and Hungarian skincare brand, Omorovicza.

The new bags will initially be introduced on the airline's Airbus A380 flights between Abu Dhabi and London, New York, Sydney, Melbourne and Mumbai, and then fleet-wide in early 2017.

Calum Laming, Etihad Airways vice president guest experience, said: "The new kits perfectly balance fashion and style with beauty and wellbeing. By forging partnerships with these two innovative lifestyle brands, we are once again able to demonstrate Etihad Airways' continuous commitment to First Class travel, and to providing unparalleled experiences at every phase of our guest’s journey with us.”

There are two varieties for both male and female guests – featuring a wash bag and convertible flat case for men, and debossed fold over bags for ladies. The stylish ladies bag is designed to be used as a chic clutch, whilst the men’s bag can be used buttoned down as a wash bag or, when opened flat, as storage for tablet devices such as iPads.

The bags contain four anti-ageing and rejuvenating items by Omorovicza, hand-picked from the brand’s ‘Gold’ collection. The anti-inflammatory gold in the luxurious creams, serums, oils and scrubs heals micro-damage and strengthens mature skin, and also achieves maximum efficacy with only pure ingredients and no harmful agents

The inflight essential products include a perfecting lip balm that soothes and nourishes dehydrated lips; a facial moisturiser with cooling gel-cream that absorbs instantly and provides long-lasting hydration; a nourishing, lightly scented hand treatment; and a refreshing cleansing wipe.

 

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