Luxury footwear brand Jimmy Choo has reported revenue growth in the second half of 2016, thanks to strong sales in China and post-Brexit currency benefits.
Although the exact figures were not released, chief executive Pierre Denis said the company remains “on track” to meet profit expectations.
Jimmy Choo attributed rising revenues to a strong performance in the Chinese market. It also reported a beneficial impact from the weaker pound.
Jimmy Choo has opened four stores since June this year and converted three more into its new concept store format – leading to like-for-like sales growth in the second half of the year.