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First Class Amenity Kits Gets A Bvlgari Update

SIA’S LUXURIOUS FIRST CLASS AMENITY KITS GETS A BVLGARI UPDATE

Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) First Class customers travelling on selected long-haul flights will be treated to a new range of Bvlgari toiletries and fragrances, specially designed for SIA. BLV, the new range from Italian contemporary jeweller Bvlgari, boasts of distinct characteristics for men and women. The ladies’ range is dedicated to pleasure, characterized by its elegant and unique notes, while the men’s set is identifiably masculine with its invigorating scents.

Each kit consists of a fragrance, a lip balm and a special Bvlgari eye-mask. In addition, the ladies’ set includes a body lotion while the men’s set includes an after-shave emulsion. Sets for the gentlemen are currently available while the ladies’ kits will be introduced in the first quarter of 2004.

SIA first partnered with Bvlgari in January 2002 to introduce an exclusive amenity kit for all First Class travellers, with items specially designed to meet the needs of the Airline's male and female customers.

SIA’s First Class travellers enjoy the industry’s most advanced inflight entertainment system, Wisemen 3000 – audio-video on demand, gourmet cuisine developed by eight award-winning international chefs and the expansive SkySuites, SIA’s luxurious First Class seats, all complemented with equally premium services on the ground.

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