However it is planning to gradually restart customer acquisition strategies over the rest of the year.
The online fashion retailer said revenues for the first quarter climbed 54% despite the crisis, and was “very close” to breakeven in June.
The offer adapted to changes in customer demand, which focused in areas such as denim, linen and casual summer dresses, alongside the industry-wide growth in loungewear.
Cash at June 30 was just below April levels at £4.4mln.
Shares shot up 20% to 12.38p on Tuesday at the opening bell.