While we won't see a mid-life refresh for Qantas' Airbus A380 until 2019, but Qantas is now upgrading the sleep service for first class flyers.
The airline has partnered with Australian premium home and lifestyle brand Sheridan for a range of new bedding products for first class flights from early October 2017.
The Sheridan bedding ensemble includes a memory foam mattress, sheeting, duvet cover, a 100% combed-cotton woven throw and a soft-touch bolster cushion.
There's also a pillow menu: choose between the standard-issue lightweight Sheridan Ultimate Comfort Pillow, a Memory Foam Pillow or Feather & Down Pillow.
Qantas boasts that the Sheridan bedding ensemble "has been crafted using natural, luxury materials in neutral and soft earthy tones to match the First class cabin interior."
The Sheridan bedding kit will accompany the first class pyjamas and amenity kit created by Melbourne-born, Paris-based designer Martin Grant.
Grant has given Qantas a bit of 'fashion forward' spin, working on not just first class PJs but new-look uniforms for the Qantas pilots and crew.
Grant's prêt-à-porter PJs borrow subtle cues from the Qantas uniforms such as a dusky French navy, while the matching slippers incorporate a flash of 'Qantas red'.
There's minimal difference between the male and female amenity kits, which both botanical ASPAR skincare products from Australian company Aurora Spa, including hand cream, lip moisturiser and facial moisturiser.
But we're still not sure about the eye mask, which makes you look less 'first class flyer' and more 'cat burglar'...
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