Premium womenswear retailer LK Bennett grew sales by 15% over the year to July 28, generating revenues of just over £94m.
EBITDA during the period rose 37% to £11m, while gross profit increased by 15% to £54.6m.
The retailer saw a “strong” increase in online sales over the year. Its website now generates three times the annual sales of its London flagship store on Brook Street in Mayfair.
Chairman Robert Bensoussan said: “These results show that despite difficult markets, LK Bennett has a strong positioning as the pre-eminent British accessible luxury brand.
“We are particularly pleased with our US growth and we are targeting further investment in that market through an increasing store presence and through the launch of a US website in spring 2013.”
During the full-year period LK Bennett opened four standalone stores, including its US-based flagship in New York as well as a concession in London’s Harvey Nichols and five branded LK Bennett franchise stores in the Middle East.
The retailer, which unveiled British actress Rosamund Pike as its new face last week, said it was “excited” about the future.