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Qatar Airways launches new amenity kits

Posted 17 October 2016 · Add Comment

Qatar Airways, in partnership with Giorgio Armani, has launched its newly designed range of luxurious Giorgio Armani Fragrances and Beauty amenity kits, available to First Class passengers on select A380 flights.

Designed exclusively for Qatar Airways, the First Class amenity kits are designed in timeless black, the signature colour of Giorgio Armani, and feature golden accents reflecting the latest Giorgio Armani Fall-Winter 2016-2017 collection. 

Ladies travelling with Qatar Airways will receive a stylish Giorgio Armani Fragrances and Beauty amenity kit that doubles up as make-up or jewellery bag post-flight, while gentlemen will receive a smart travel bag made with a ribbed fabric that reflects the latest trends in male style and luxury. Whether travelling for business or leisure, passengers will find the amenity kits meet both their in-flight and post-flight needs.

Qatar Airways Group chief executive, Akbar Al Baker, said: “Giorgio Armani has an illustrious history of providing the discerning passengers with an unrivalled level of style, comfort and luxury and it is this brand synergy that is also synonymous with Qatar Airways. When we go places together with our passengers they receive the highest levels of luxury, sophistication and comfort and I’m pleased to be able to provide our customer with refreshed Giorgio Armani Fragrances and Beauty amenity kits designed exclusively for our Qatar Airways’ First Class passengers.

“From the exclusive Al Safwa First Lounge, to the luxurious and contemporary First Class cabin, and signature dishes inspired by famous chefs served by our award-winning cabin crew, the new Giorgio Armani travel kits complete an unrivalled travel experience and a journey that our customers will cherish forever.”

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