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Record sales at Radley London Subscription
Accessories brand Radley achieved its highest-ever turnover of £92.9m, up 8.2% on 2018, in the year to 28 April, despite the tough trading environment.
When Radley was bought by private equity firm Bregal Freshstream in 2016, the business was well-established in the UK, but under-represented internationally, writes CEO Justin Stead.
Radley and Ascot launch handbag collaboration Subscription
Luxury handbag brand Radley has teamed up with Ascot Racecourse to launch a collection of occasionwear bags for spring 19.
New openings at The O2's Icon OutletSubscription
Leather accessories label Osprey London is the latest to join the line-up at The O2’s Icon Outlet in London in time for Christmas.
Radley’s profits soarSubscription
Adjusted EBITDA at handbag brand Radley jumped 64% year on year to £6.3m in the year to 29 April.
Radley turnover leaps as EBITDA fallsSubscription
Turnover at British handbag brand Radley rose by 9.2% to £73.3m but investment hit its bottom line.
Radley targets US with Macy's dealSubscription
British handbag brand Radley is set to target the US market, with a new deal with department store Macy’s.
Radley sales rise but profits fall Subscription
Radley sales rose 4% to £67.1m in the year to 30 April 2016, but EBITDA fell £0.5m to £5.5m in accounts just filed.
Christmas sales up at RadleySubscription
Radley has reported a 9% jump in like-for-like sales over Christmas.
Don McCarthy to join Radley following saleSubscription
Retail veteran Don McCarthy will join British handbag brand Radley as chairman, following its sale to private equity firm Bregal Freshstream.
Bregal Freshstream close to acquiring RadleySubscription
Private equity firm Bregal Freshstream is the frontrunner to acquire British handbag and accessories brand Radley, sources have told Drapers.
Radley to open in ManchesterSubscription
Radley will open a new 700 sq ft store in Manchester’s Arndale Centre next month, as part of an expansion plan set out by new chief executive Justin Stead.
The Drapers Interview: Radley's top duo Subscription
Radley’s Australian founder and her design director are building a great British export brand.
Radley ups sales and plans US wholesale entrySubscription
Radley has bagged a 5% increase in like-for-like sales and a 6% increase in half-year sales to £30.6m for the first six months of this year, compared with the first half of 2014.
Radley creates new COO roleSubscription
Radley has appointed Alan Stone-Wigg to the new role of chief operating officer to lead the brand’s retail, ecommerce, wholesale and international divisions
Radley is reportedly close to bringing on new investors to fund its international expansion, as well as revamping its UK presence and supply chain.
Radley teams up with Jonathan Saunders Subscription
Accessories brand Radley has collaborated with Jonathan Saunders to release a 16 piece handbag collection.
Bag and accessory brand Radley has appointed Sofa.com chairman and private equity investor Justin Stead as its new boss, effective from May 6.
Radley owner targets Asian investors for saleSubscription
The UK-based private equity firm owner of Radley & Co is reported to be readying the bag and accessory brand for sale.
Radley back in profit Subscription
Accessories brand Radley is back in the black after several loss-making years, turning a pre-tax loss of £1.7m to a £1.1m profit.