Multrees Walk boost as Canada Goose moves in
New store in Multrees Walk
Canada Goose, an ethical manufacturer and retailer of hard-wearing luxury apparel, is opening its first store in Scotland in the autumn.
It has taken a double unit in Multrees Walk which will also help reverse recent closures in Edinburgh’s premier fashion street and coincides with the launch of the nearby St James Quarter.
Pat Sherlock, President EMEA, Canada Goose said: “We look forward to connecting with the local community, telling our brand story directly and providing an unfiltered and premium experience to Scotland’s urban adventurers.”
The two-floor space has been designed to combine the essence of Canada Goose with the tradition of Scottish craftsmanship; using bespoke furniture handcrafted using Harris Tweed by Richard England of Glencairn Furniture.
Canada Goose operates in more than 30 stores across three continents.
Last month, Canada Goose announced its commitment to end the use of all fur in its products.
Toy store chain Hamleys is also due to open its store in the St James Quarter in the coming weeks.
Hamleys will join the 1.7 million sq ft shopping district occupying over 2,475 sq ft within the Galleria.