He added that the company was negotiating on potential locations in Manchester.
The retailer also has stores in London’s Regent Street and Old Broad Street in the City.
Hind added: “The Edinburgh store has been flying. It doesn’t have the same sales densities as the Regent Street shop, but it has been above targets. The City shop has also been trading well without going into Sale.
“We had a fantastic Friday over Easter, driven by tourists, but the next day was very quiet. It’s very up and down and it’s hard to know why. It’s tough out there – you only have to look at the Sale discounts. 20% or 30% isn’t enough for consumers now – they want 50% or 70%, and you have to think what that’s going to do to your brand.”
He said the business would look for opportunities to open other stores in major UK cities.
Brooks Brothers, owned by eyewear supplier Luxottica, launched its Regent Street flagship store in 2006, selling men’s and women’s formal and casualwear, along with a boyswear offer. The Edinburgh store has a similar offer.