By  on July 16, 2019

LONDON — The Tisci touch lifted Burberry’s retail revenue in the first quarter, and that growth is set to accelerate as the designer’s collections take up increasing amounts of space on the brand’s shop floors and digital screens.

The 4 percent uptick to 498 million pounds outstripped analysts’ expectations and drove the share price up 14 percent to close at 22.77 pounds on Tuesday.

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