Jimmy Choo's share price climbed this morning after the company reported revenue growth due to improved trading and store openings.
The luxury retailer's share price was up three per cent at time of writing.
It said its success since 30 June was partly due to strong trading in China and the weak pound, which has encouraged foreign buyers to flock to the UK for luxury goods.
The company has also been driving down costs in an attempt to improve its margins.
Pierre Denis, Jimmy Choo's chief executive, said: "The company continues to grow and build on the strength of the brand and new store openings.
"We look forward to achieving another record year despite the challenging backdrop, and remain on track to deliver underlying profits in line with expectations."
The company said in August that its revenues has grown 9.2 per cent, and that its operating profit had jumped an impressive 42.6 per cent, although no figures were quoted in today's trading update.
The luxury retailers in the West End of London are expecting a bumper Christmas this year due to the drop in the value of the pound.
The New West End Company, a lobby group for the area, has predicted businesses will take £2.34bn at the tills over the festive season, a rise of 1.6 per cent on the same period last year.