Footwear retailer Footasylum has reported revenues of £89.8m for the 18 weeks to 30 December, up 33.4%.
The business reported year on year revenue growth across wholesale, stores and ecommerce, saying that ecommerce was now accounting for a higher proportion of revenue than the year before, although it did not reveal specific figures.
The company also reported a 34.7% rise in revenue for the 44 weeks to 30 December 2017, up to £173m. It said trading continues to be in line with expectations.
During the period, Footasylum opened six new stores, taking their total store count to 65.