PARIS — Revenues at Christian Dior Couture declined 1 percent in its fiscal third quarter but remained stable on an organic basis, despite lower tourist footfall in Paris and some Asian countries, the company said.

Sales at the French fashion house tallied 429 million euros, or $473.2 million, in the three months ended March 31.

For the first nine months of its current fiscal year, revenues at Christian Dior Couture climbed 8 percent at actual exchange rates and 3 percent at constant group structure and exchange rates to 1.39 billion euros, or $1.53 billion.

Dollar figures are converted from euros at average exchange for the periods to which they refer.

Results for the Dior fashion house, known as Christian Dior Couture, were published Tuesday after the Paris Bourse closed as part of a financial release from Christian Dior SA, parent of luxury giant LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton.

As reported, Christian Dior Couture closed out 2015 with revenues of 1.87 billion euros, or $2.08 billion, reflecting a gain of 17.1 percent at actual exchange rates and 7 percent at constant rates.