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Long-Haul Amenity Kits
Lufthansa’s First-Class Rimowa Hard Case
Just in case the Rimowa hard case didn’t already have you sweet-talking your employer into splurging on first-class tickets for your next business trip, the baby La Prairie Moisturizing Lip Balm, Cellular Swiss Ice Crystal Cream, and Cellular Hand Cream will.
Emirates First-Class Loungewear and Bulgari Sets
Available in eight designs and real leather cases, Emirates get it right when it comes to in-flight accoutrements. Inside you’ll find the airline’s luxury patent technology moisturizing loungewear with matching slippers and eye mask, and Bvlgari’s Eau Parfumée au Thé Noir and other long-haul beauty essentials.
Qantas’ Designer Tailor Pajamas
Qantas tapped Australian designer Martin Grant as its creative director of fashion. Grant, who has designed a capsule collection from Moncler and outfitted the likes of Miranda Kerr and Zendaya, created 100 percent cotton unisex navy and black trim pajamas with tailored necklines and tapered silhouettes for the airline’s first-class travelers.
Delta One’s Tumi and Kiehl’s Kit
Another luxury travel case, this time by Tumi, is stuffed full of Kiehl’s best sellers: Deluxe Hand and Body Lotion with Aloe Vera and Oatmeal.
Salvatore Ferragamo miniature Eau de Parfum and Signorina are the Italian fashion house’s product partnership with Singapore Airlines for their first-class amenities kit, and it’s glam.
A couple years ago, Lufthansa outfitted their Airbus A380 first-class cabin with humidifiers to stave off the dry, parched skin that comes with the recycled air of high-altitude travel. Skin-care lovers rejoice.
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