Designer Jordan doubles turnover in year
Label looking good in 64 stores worldwide
Fashion designer Zoe Jordan has doubled her turnover year-on-year, with US business now accounting for 50 per cent of revenues.
Jordan spoke to The Sunday Business Post from Cape Town, where she is spending Christmas with her father, entrepreneur Eddie Jordan, and their extended family.
The designer, who launched her eponymous label in 2011, has enjoyed a strong year, with the sub-brand she launched in 2015, Knitlab, now accounting for 70 per cent of her turnover....
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