A Look at Emirates’ Revamped Luxury Amenities

The redesigned Bulgari amenity kit bags on long-haul overnight flights also come stocked with skincare essentials.

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Premium cabins on this leading Gulf carrier now offer a selection of revamped luxury amenities, ranging from Byredo skincare and wellness kits in the first-class Suites—which include facial toner, eye cream, and a chamomile roll-on Sleep Oil and Pillow Mist spray—to Bowers & Wilkins noise-canceling headphones custom-made for Emirates first class. Meanwhile, the redesigned Bulgari amenity kit bags on long-haul overnight flights come stocked with skincare essentials alongside Bulgari’s tea-infused Eau Parfumée.

Meanwhile, the redesigned Bulgari amenity kit bags on long-haul overnight flights come stocked with skincare essentials alongside Bulgari’s tea-infused Eau Parfumée au Thé Vert.

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This article originally appeared in the October/November 2018 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“All In The Bag”).

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