LONDON — Stella McCartney Ltd., the U.K. division of Stella McCartney, saw net profits rise 17.8 percent to 2.1 million pounds, or $3.3 million, in the year to Dec. 31, 2009, from 1.79 million pounds, or $2.8 million, in the previous year.
Frederick Lukoff, president and chief executive officer, attributed the rise in profits to “consistent, strong ready-to-wear collections,” coupled with strong accessory sales, particularly of the label’s Falabella bag.
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