Sales at London department store Liberty were up 5% to £74.5m in the year to 28 January, despite a tough trading environment.
The retailer said footfall was up 1.7% year on year, compared with a decline of 2.3% in the West End generally.
Gross profit was up 5% for the year to £38.9m, and operating profit was up by 2% to £6.4m. Gross margin remained constant year on year at 52%.
Sales in the UK accounted for £73m, while Europe made up £500,000, the US £425,000 and the rest of the world £475,000.
A new online platform was launched half way through the year to “enhance user experience” and increase international exposure.