Missguided has reported rocketing revenues but failed to disclose profits in its full-year results.
Revenue increased by 75% to £206m in the 12 months to March 2017, according to Drapers.
International sales rocketed 130% and now account for more than 40% of the total business.
The youth-focused fast-fashion etailer did not disclose profits but said there had been “strong underlying profit growth” compared with the previous year when profits suffered, with EBITDA plunging 53% to £2.6m
The etailer has established a bricks-and-mortar presence this year, having opened a store in Westfield Stratford last summer. It plans to open a second store at Bluewater in June.
Missguided has called in City advisers Rothschild to advise it on its sale or float options. The review is likely to culminate in outside investment in 2018 or 2019.