Qatar Duty Free (QDF) is welcoming the festive season with the installation of a Dolce&Gabbana display featuring a larger-than-life snow globe at Hamad International Airport (HIA).
The snow globe, at 4m high, is the centrepiece of a display showcasing Dolce&Gabbana’s products and celebrates the launch of their newest fragrance for men, The One Royal Night, according to a statement.
It will be on display until January 14, 2016.
“The elegant black-and-gold display, which is located behind the renowned HIA Lamp Bear sculpture, brings the magic of a winter wonderland to the desert, with a snow man, fabulously wrapped gifts and the snow globe featuring the stunning Doha skyline,” the statement notes, adding that the collaboration between Dolce&Gabbana and QDF offers “plenty of options for passengers looking to buy a gift for themselves or someone special just in time for the holidays”.
QDF senior vice-president Keith Hunter said, “We are extremely excited to partner with Dolce&Gabbana to celebrate the official launch of their newest fragrance, The One Royal Night. Qatar Duty Free prides itself on offering passengers exclusive fragrances and beauty products, and this is no exception.
“This partnership not only marks the launch of The One Royal Night at HIA, but is also an opportunity for Qatar Duty Free to offer customers the Dolce&Gabbana make-up and Velvet collections.”
The One Royal Night for men is an exclusive fragrance within Dolce&Gabbana’s Classic House, The One. The newest fragrance with an Arabian twist is an exclusive product from the designers for the Middle East.
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