Trinny Woodall has filed a blockbuster account for her beauty brand Trinny London, with sales soaring to over £50m.
Victoria Beckham and Stella McCartney have both filed reports detailing losses in recent weeks, but the former TV host’s six-year business looks remarkably healthy.
According to documents filed with Companies House, the cosmetics company posted sales of £27.3m in the UK, £6.3m in Europe and £16.9m in the rest of the world.
Not a bad start to the year! Trinny Woodall applied for blockbuster her account for her beauty brand Trinny London, sales soared to her over £50 million
However, despite the enviable headline news, net profit for the financial year was only recorded at £45,520 as the company recorded £30m in ‘administrative costs’.
This means only £810,000 in business tax for the year to March 2022.
The company was founded by Triny in 2017 with a £7 million investment. Part of it is her £60,000, which she raised herself by selling her old clothes, in addition to funds from her wealthy art collector boyfriend Charles Her Search.
Earlier this week, Trinny appeared on This Morning to talk about starting a brand at the “worst time” to launch a business.
Transformation guru: The former TV host’s 6-year-old business is in very good health, unlike both Victoria Beckham and Stella McCartney, who filed reports detailing losses in recent weeks It seems that
Speaking to Holly Willoughby and Philip Scofield on Thursday, Trinny, 58, explained that he had long considered starting Trinny London but decided against it due to a series of difficult circumstances.
“I started at the worst possible time when my daughter’s father passed away. I lived in a house that was too expensive for me and I couldn’t afford the mortgage, but I still have to tell myself sometimes, ‘Now. or never’.
The father of daughter Johnny Elchaoff died in November 2014 after “losing everything” in a series of failed oil investments, an inquest said.
Large companies: According to documents filed with Companies House, the cosmetics company posted sales of £27.3m in the UK, £6.3m in Europe and £16.9m elsewhere.
Working hard: The company was founded in 2017 by Triny with a £7 million investment. Part of it is her £60,000, which she raised herself by selling her old clothes, along with funds from her wealthy art collector boyfriend Charles.
Johnny, 55, who battled painkiller addiction for 20 years, died at Whiteleys Shopping Center in Bayswater, West London.
The drummer-turned-businessman was wooed at the same spot 11 days earlier and easily cut up.
Elijahoff married television host Miss Woodall in 1999 in Knightsbridge, London, with whom they had 11-year-old child Laila before divorcing in 2009, but remained on good terms.
Miss Woodall, who is now dating art dealer Charles Saatchi, said at the inquest that Elijahoff “had a heart attack on his head.” I felt powerless.
‘The Worst Time’ Earlier this week, Trinny appeared on This Morning to talk about launching the brand at the ‘worst time’ to launch Trinny London. Her ex-husband and daughter Johnny is when her Elijah’s father dies in an accident. Parking lot roof in November 2014
Trinny Woodall previously revealed that she was “upset” that people thought her boyfriend Charles Saatchi was funding beauty business Trinny London.
But now, business is booming and she leads over 200 staff members under the brand.
“We’re on our way to starting a business. I started with another, then two, and now we’re 220 and we sell in 200 countries around the world.”
She added: “This company has long been born out of remaking women. How can we make more women feel good? Makeup is part of that.”
Trinny previously revealed that she was “upset” that people thought her billionaire boyfriend Charles Saatchi was funding her beauty business, Trinny London.
Work: The 58-year-old fashion and makeover expert said she “spent blood, sweat and tears” on the brand during “a difficult time in her life” (pictured with Charles in 2015).
The fashion and makeover expert told how she “did blood sweat and tears” for her brand.
After facing financial troubles following the death of her ex-husband, Johnny, who was trying to start a business, she She sold items from her wardrobe and eventually her home to raise £60,000.
She told The Telegraph: She couldn’t afford the house she lived in, so she rented it and sold quite a few clothes.
“Then I raised a small amount of money to use for product development.
Tough: In another honest chat, she also shared how she had to sell her house and clothes to get the initial investment capital to start her now successful company.
Romance: Trinny and Saatchi have been dating since 2013 after the businessman divorced celebrity chef Nigella Lawson (pictured in 2015).
“It was really hard. I was so scared. But I knew I had no other choice. No one becomes a great entrepreneur from their comfort zone.”
The host told The Times about her efforts: “People still think Trinny London is funded by my boyfriend. I burst into tears.
“It was upsetting me. I don’t want anyone making a premise that I know is wrong. Thing.
Trinny and Saatchi, who have a fortune of around £170m, have been dating since 2013 after the businessman divorced celebrity chef Nigella Lawson.
Journey: Trinny launched her beauty and skincare brand, Trinny London, in 2017, and it’s not without its challenges.