By  on February 13, 2014

PARIS — Raf Simons has passed his first fiscal year at Christian Dior with flying colors.

On Thursday, the French fashion house said profits from recurring operations increased 31 percent in the second half to 108 million euros, or $143.1 million, while revenues in the six months to Dec. 31 climbed 14 percent to 758 million euros, or $1.02 billion, a 20 percent improvement at constant exchange rates.

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