The Italian fashion house's revenues surged 16.4% to 340.2m, compared to 292.3m the previous year.
Although the company is believed to have earned significant income from its swift-selling H&M collaboration, CEO Gian Giacomo Ferraris didnt credit any high-street boost in his analysis of the brands success.
'I am really satisfied with the work done and our strategy,' Ferraris told WWD. These results confirm the strong appeal of the brand globally, its values and excellent design, a strong brand management and impeccable execution.'
Looking ahead, the company plans to introduce ecommerce through its website in select territories, open Versus stores in London and Vienna and several new mainline stores worldwide, and strengthen the home division, Ferraris said. He expects the company to experience double-digit sales growth for the next three years.