Like Botox, another Hollywood trend has taken off among average, albeit affluent, Joes: the goody bag. Despite airlines reducing leg room and charging for food in economy class, three major carriers have introduced luxury goody bags for their first- and business-class passengers. Virgin Atlantic now gives upper-class customers on all flights a travel-accessories bag by Savile Row tailor Ozwald Boateng, which holds eponymously branded socks and either cuff links, a hand mirror or a key chain. Continental's U.S. transcontinental first-class passengers have received fragrances by Prada and Ghirardelli chocolates. Fliers in United's U.S transcontinental and U.S.-Japan premium classes have been...
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