Jimmy Choo shoes 'delighted' with revenue growth

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Designer shoe maker Jimmy Choo has said it is "delighted" with yearly net revenue growth of 12% to £299m, with Asia its strongest region.

New store openings in China and business growth in Japan helped push up revenues, the firm said.

Jimmy Choo said both women's and men's shoe collections had seen a "strong performance" in the year.

It is the firm's first trading statement since listing on the London Stock Exchange in October.

"We are delighted with this record net revenue performance, with a mix of like-for-like, retail and wholesale growth underlined by the success of our products," said Jimmy Choo chief executive Pierre Denis.

"Our focus on shoes and dedication to product quality has ensured we produced innovative products which resonate strongly with our clients around the world," he added.

It opened nine new shops in the year, and renovated six.

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