PARIS — Sales at the Christian Dior fashion house increased 28 percent in the first quarter ended July 31 to 323 million euros, or $405.7 million. Dior noted that revenues in its own retail stores advanced 36 percent versus the year-ago period.
Dior had reported second-quarter results in July but restated them Friday as its financial year-end has been changed to April 30.
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