A Look at Eva Air’s New Amenity Kits and Sleepwear

From November 15, long-haul travelers departing Taipei Taoyuan International Airport will receive a set of Salvatore Ferragamo amenity kits, which resembles mini hard-case suitcases.

The airline’s brand new Salvatore Ferragamo amenity kits.

Flying with Eva Air aboard its Royal Laurel and Premium Laurel classes? You can look forward to getting your hands on the airline’s brand new Salvatore Ferragamo amenity kits and sleepwear come November 15. Royal Laurel is the Taiwanese carrier’s version of business class on its Boeing 787-9, 787-10 and 777-300ER aircraft, whereas Premium Laurel Class is the business-class product on its Airbus A330-200 and A330-300 aircraft.

Long-haul travelers departing Taipei Taoyuan International Airport will receive a set of Salvatore Ferragamo amenity kits, which resembles mini hard-case suitcases. Since the end of 2018, the airline started giving out Ferragamo soft-bag amenity kits to its business-class passengers on long-haul inbound flights to Taipei. The upcoming version of the amenity kits will feature both western design elements and Taiwan’s aboriginal rhombus totems, alongside exclusive Ferragamo key chains.

Inside these kits are a set of body lotion, lip balm, and hand cream—each one infused with the Italian luxury brand’s signature Bianco Di Carrara fragrance, which features top notes of Calabrian bergamot, white pepper, and ambrette, with middle notes of violet, iris, and heliotrope and base notes of amber, tonka bean, and white suede.

Meanwhile, the airline’s “Carmona Red” Rimowa amenity kits, which feature a mini Rimowa suitcase design, will only be available for a limited time on the Taipei-Paris route from November 15 to 30 this year.

Amenity kits for premium economy passengers.

From the first quarter of 2020, premium economy passengers on long-haul flights will also receive new amenity kits from Kipling. Designed by the Belgian fashion brand, the amenity kits will come with designs of landmark Taipei 101 and the brand’s monkey key chain.

Travelers on an inbound long-haul flight will get new amenity kits from Italian label Furla instead, which are a larger version of the brand’s “Owl Bag.”

Second-generation sleepwear designed by Taiwanese-Canadian designer Jason Wu.

Along with new amenity kits, the carrier also plans to unveil second-generation sleepwear in partnership with Taiwanese-Canadian designer Jason Wu next January.

Available in M, L, and XL, the pajamas are designed in various colors and details like draw-string collars and pant pockets.

Clay Sun, president of Eva Air says: “We choose top global brands that complement our high standards and work in cooperation with them to create world-class amenities and service items as part of our never-ending mission to innovate and deliver increasingly better flying experiences for our passengers.”

More information here.

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