Luxury lifestyle brand Canada Goose is to open its first Scottish store in Edinburgh.

The firm describes itself as 'among the most innovative and luxurious providers of outwear' in the world, with products including the Chilliwack Bomber, which was originally designed for pilots in the Arctic and retails at £1,150.

The brand, which is a favourite with celebrities including Tom Hardy, Rihanna and Jennifer Lopez, is to open on Multrees Walk, seen as the focal point for luxury shopping in Scotland's capital city.

The two-storey store, which is due to open in the Autumn, will feature bespoke furniture handcrafted using Harris Tweed by Richard England of Glencairn Furniture.

Founded in 1957 in a small warehouse in Toronto, the firm says its aim "to keep the planet cold and the people on it warm" is embedded across every aspect of the company’s operations.

Last month, it announced a commitment to end the use of all fur in its products.

The opening will follow the launch of two stores in Germany this year, making it the seventh in the European market, with Munich scheduled to open later this summer.

Canada Goose is currently suing one of its competitors, Goose Country, a New York luxury brand, claiming it has copied its designs.