Qatar Airways offers Italian brands in new luxury push

Giorgio Armani Fragrances & Beauty and Missoni sleeper suits and slippers part of inflight 'five-star indulgence'

Qatar Airways has said it has become the first international carrier to carry products by two of the world’s most renowned Italian brands - Giorgio Armani Fragrances & Beauty and Missoni.

The latest luxury touches offered to Qatar Airways’ premium passengers - exclusive amenity kits from iconic Italian brands Giorgio Armani Fragrances & Beauty and sleeper suits from Missoni - reiterate the airline’s commitment to delivering "five-star indulgence in the sky", the Doha-based carrier said in a statement.

"The exclusively designed kits supplied by Harmony, offer an unprecedented level of sophisticated luxury and comfort, ensuring passengers are kept refreshed and relaxed throughout their journey," it added.

Qatar Airways group chief executive Akbar Al Baker said: “We are delighted to collaborate with these renowned luxury brands to provide our First Class and Business Class passengers with refined luxury and comfort on board with exclusive amenity kits.

"These brands are distinguished by their sophistication, superior quality, luxury and eminence – attributes that also define Qatar Airways’ signature service for our passengers.”

Featured are Giorgio Armani Fragrances & Beauty products from the ‘Acqua di Gio’ and ‘Armani pour Homme’ together with Armani men skincare products, and the new feminine Giorgio Armani fragrance ‘Si’ range and ‘Crema Nera Extrema supreme reviving cream’, as well as eyeshades, socks, earplugs, a lip balm by Rituals Cosmetics and a hair brush for female passengers.

First Class passengers on overnight flights will also enjoy sleeper suits designed by Italian fashion house Missoni paired with Missoni slippers.

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