Business is booming at Kurt Geiger and bags and shoes are flying off the shelves.
The British fashion brand’s sales rose 31 per cent to £329.5 million and profits rose 49 per cent to £30 million.
Shoes account for less than 50 per cent of sales in the UK as it has expanded into jewelery and swimwear.
In fashion: British fashion brand Kurt Geiger said annual sales rose 31% to £329.5 million, while profits rose 49% to £30 million.
Handbag sales hit a record £91.6m amid “impressive growth and international success”, according to its results for the year to January 28.
It opened its first boutique in London in 1963 and has more than 80 stores in the UK, of which it opened 12 last year.
It also opened three in Mexico, plans six in the United States and more in Europe in the next 12 months.
Neil Clifford, its chief executive, said: “We are now recognized as a truly global accessible luxury accessories brand.”