Women’s fashion label Elena Miro on Monday said it sees a 25 per cent surge in full-year turnover as it reaps the rewards of an international expansion drive.

The company, part of the Miroglio group, forecast a turnover of $100 million for 2002 compared to $80m last year and added it sees a fiscal 2003 turnover of $115m.

Elena Miro recently opened a flagship store in London and plans similar outlets in Russia, Germany, Spain, Italy and Kuwait which will take its store network to 150 shops.

The brand is currently sold through more than 1,400 stores around the world and 200 concessions.