LONDON — Strategic investment in product, marketing, digital content and infrastructure dented the bottom line in 2012 at Anya Hindmarch, where sales rose 2.7 percent to 23.8 million pounds, or $37.8 million, in the year to Dec. 31.
The British accessories label posted a loss of 799,369 pounds, or $1.3 million, in 2012, compared with a profit of 175,000 pounds, or $280,000, in the previous year, according to figures filed this week to Companies House, the official registrar of companies based in the U.K.
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