Premium Qatar Airways passengers have something exciting to look forward to on their next flight. The Doha-based carrier best known for being one of the world's best airlines has just announced its new luxury amenity kits specially crafted for its First Class and Business Class passengers. Working in partnership with BRIC's - the celebrity-favored premier luxury travel brand - the new amenity kits will be available for Qatar Airways' premium passengers on long-haul and ultra-long-haul flights.

The carrier's new collection of BRIC's amenity kits comprises designs as well as contents created for both female and male passengers. All the amenity kits feature skin care products from Castello Monte Vibiano Vecchio, such as a hydrating facial mist, anti-ageing moisturizer and lip balm. First Class passengers will receive an additional night recovery cream in their amenity kits. Other comfort items include eyeshades, ear plugs and socks. First Class passengers will also receive a BRIC's signature spectacle pouch and hairbrush.

What's more, the high-quality amenity kit specially designed for Qatar Airways' First Class female passengers can transform into a contemporary crossbody bag - an ingenious touch for the modern, discerning traveler to upcycle something that typically only remains in use for a limited time.

How can the amenity kit morph into a versatile crossbody bag perfect for going hands-free while on the road? This can be done easily by adjusting the strap, easy peasy. The First Class female amenity kit comes in two colorways - black with red trim and red with pink trim.

While a tad less fancy, male passengers in First Class can look forward to a high-end amenity kit that let them reuse their amenity kit as a practical washbag for years to come. The First Class male amenity kit comes in two colorways as well - navy with green trim and mustard yellow with navy trim.

Qatar Airways remains 100% committed to offering innovative, superior products for its passengers. Also, the carrier has hinted that more colors will be added to the mix in the future. This is a pretty good way to keep things refreshing for frequent flyers, don't you think?

Denise Bay is a staff writer at Email: