The Ted Baker fashion chain said international growth across retail, wholesale and licensing helped boost full-year profit and sales.

Profit before tax for the 52 weeks ended 28 January was up 12.9% to GBP18.4m from GBP16.3m last year. Basic earnings per share rose 14.2% to 30.6p compared to 26.8p the year before.

Group revenue, meanwhile, grew 11.4% to GBP117.8m from GBP105.8m last year. Retail sales rose 11.7% to GBP80.1m from GBP71.7m, wholesale sales grew 10.8% to GBP37.8m from GBP34.1m and license income was up 9.4% to GBP3.5m from GBP3.2m.

Chief executive Ray Kelvin said: "We are pleased to report another year of international success for Ted Baker despite a tough domestic retail environment. Design, product quality and attention to detail continue to drive the performance of the brand.

"Our multi-channel distribution strategy is providing a strong foundation for our global expansion. We are now carefully launching Ted Baker in Asia and the Middle East through licence agreements and over the next few years the distribution of our brand will extend to a further sixteen countries."

Kelvin added the company was "cautious" on financial outlook, but was "confident" on the brand's prospects for the long term.