By  on November 21, 2018

LONDON — It was a year of ups and downs for Stella McCartney Ltd., which posted modest growth in sales and profits in fiscal 2017, and saw its damage to the environment decline by 8 percent compared with the previous year.

The London-based company, which will split fully from joint venture partner Kering in 2020, saw revenues in the U.K. climb 2.1 percent to 42.5 million pounds, while profits were up 1.5 percent to 7.1 million pounds in the 12 months to Dec. 31, 2017, according to an annual report filed at Companies House, the official register of U.K. businesses.

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