Profits at Cath Kidston grew to £4.6m in the year to March, up from £2.9m the year before.
Sales at the retailer - best known for its florals and polka dots - have also continued to grow, up from £19.2m last year to £31.3m this year, as the retailer continues to expand in to markets including Ireland.
The privately-owned retailer, which opened its first store in London’s Holland Park in 1993, has no debt and has this year rewarded its shareholders with a £1m dividend.
Cath Kidston’s success can be linked to a trend for nostalgia on the high street. Retailers including Marks & Spencer, Jaeger and Selfridges have run heritage campaigns in a bid to tap in to the fragile consumer psyche.
Cath Kidston has 27 stores in the UK and Ireland and has opened 10 new stores in the last year.