KILT maker Slanj, which has provided designs for First Minister Nicola Sturgeon, Biffy Clyro, and the Scottish Football Association, has moved to new headquarters in the east end of Glasgow.

The new Duke Street premises joins the company’s smaller unit on Glasgow’s Bath Street and a store in Edinburgh.

The move comes after the family firm, run by brothers Brian and Craig Halley, received £243,000 in funding from Royal Bank of Scotland.

The new site, which includes a shop, factory space, a dry-cleaning area and offers customer parking, has created four new jobs. Slanj’s charity tartan face mask worn by Ms Sturgeon was developed to support Shelter Scotland.