British Airways has unveiled its new first class interiors, created by designer Kelly Hoppen (DW 4 February). Aiming to emulate the style and quality of a Rolls-Royce car interior, her ‘lounges in the sky’ feature luxurious materials, such as Connolly leather, burr walnut wood effect and velvet blankets and cushions in BA’s corporate blue and red, and Hoppen’s trademark camel. The cabins also feature Hoppen’s take on BA’s Design Acumen-designed Bed in the Sky incorporating her duvet and pillow. The cabins make their first appearance on 7 December on the London Heathrow to Chicago route.
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