SuperGroup, the company behind the Superdry fashion brand, said revenues rose 21 per cent to £589.5m over the year.
Annual like-for-like sales at the retailer grew 11.3 per cent and the company said it expects underlying pre-tax profit for the year to come in at between £72.5m and £74m.
Chief executive Euan Sutherland said: "The group has traded robustly throughout the final quarter as we continue to deliver our strategy to create a global lifestyle brand.
"We have opened 24 net new stores across our targeted European markets and have a strong pipeline of new stores for the new financial year."
SuperGroup currently has a presence in 51 countries and operates 662 stores and concessions globally.
Trading in the final quarter was particularly strong, with like-for-like sales up 15.4 per cent.
The company said it plans to open two distribution centres during 2016 to better serve customers in Europe and North America.