Ted Baker delivered a 24.4% rise in revenues for its third quarter, boosted by a boom in its wholesale arm.
The British brand and retailer recorded group revenues of £77.1m for the 13 weeks to November 9.
Wholesale revenues rose 40.8% to £19m. Ted Baker noted this was boosted by the earlier phasing of sales, however said the UK and US had delivered improved performance.
For the full year the company expects group wholesale revenues to be up 25% on last year.
Retail sales rose 19.8% to £58.1m as average retail square footage grew by 11.4% to 300,766 sq ft.
The business performed well in its established territories and said it was “encouraged” by the development of the Ted Baker in newer markets. The business opened its first concessions in China and further concessions opening in department stores in the US, the Netherlands, France, Spain Germany.
Further store openings are planned in Hong Kong and Gatwick airport, plus three stores through its license partners with two in the Middle East and one in Turkey.
Ecommerce also performed “well”, following the launch of a new UK ecommerce platform at the end of the period.
Founder and chief executive Ray Kelvin said: “The group has delivered a continued strong performance across all channels, reflecting the strength of the Ted Baker brand, our collections and, above all, the dedication of our team.”
He added the reaction to its autumn collections across all markets had been “very encouraging”. However he said: “As ever, the group’s full year results will be dependent on trading over the key Christmas period.”