Nordstream, the largest online clothing retailer in the United States, on Tuesday reported its third-quarter profit, after posting revenue of $2.3 billion, an increase of 15 percent from the same period last year.
In a statement, the retailer said it will continue to invest in improving its brand image and providing its customers with superior value, while also creating new and exciting opportunities for growth.
Nordstream said it sold a record amount of eyewear and accessories, including sunglasses, sneakers, and hats.
It also said it saw “significant demand for the brand’s range of apparel, which has increased by more than 10 percent” during the period.
The company’s stock has surged nearly 80 percent this year, on expectations that the Yeeza collection would be the company’s best-selling album in the U.S. since Kanye West’s YEEZY Season 2.
The retailer also said that its apparel business has been “strong,” with sales increasing more than 30 percent in the third quarter.
The brand also launched a new line of eyeglasses that are now available for purchase at Nordstream.com.
In an interview with Fortune, Nordstream CEO Peter Johnson said that the company will be focusing on “innovative ways to bring people into our stores and provide a unique experience to them.”
“The new line we’re launching today will be one of the most iconic and iconic brands on the planet, and we want to make sure people are happy with it,” Johnson said.
“We’re also working on ways to offer even more value to our customers, like the Yeezies.”
The company said that it expects to deliver its first-quarter results in May, but that the full-year outlook could change based on its third quarter results.
Nordstrom, which also operates Walmart, Target, and department stores like Walgreens, has been under increasing pressure to improve its image in the wake of the sexual assault allegations against Hollywood mogul Harvey Weinstein.
In May, the company said it would shutter its online store and move the distribution of its products to third-party warehouses.
In the same month, Nordstrom announced that it was canceling a program in which it would give away Yeezymans as a gift to people who shopped at the store.
Johnson also said in May that the retailer had been “very clear that we would never be able to be as good as we want for the next two years.”
He said that while it was a difficult decision to cut the YEEZA collection, the decision was not easy.
“When you’re operating in a global marketplace like this, there are some hard decisions that you have to make,” he said.
Johnson said in June that the deal would likely end up costing about $200 million.
“I think we were going to be able do that [the Yeezeys] in a way that would make it more competitive and also provide more value,” Johnson told Fortune.
“The Yeezi deal has not yet gone into effect, and that’s fine.
But I think we’re going to see some really great things in the Y&M department, and then hopefully we can go back to the retail space, and get to really compete with the big-box stores.”