PARIS — Inter Parfums SA’s second-quarter 2011 sales increased 2.5 percent to 74.1 million euros, or $106.7 million, due to solid performances from its main lines and the ongoing rollout of new collections introduced in the first quarter.
At constant exchange, revenues gained 7 percent year-on-year for the Paris-based subsidiary of Inter Parfums Inc. in the period ended June 30.
Dollar figures are converted from euros at average exchange rates for the period to which they refer.
During the first half of this year, Inter Parfums SA’s sales were 163 million euros, or $228.7 million, an 8.2 percent uptick. At constant exchange, they rose 9.6 percent. The company attributed the momentum to strong results from the Jimmy Choo and Montblanc fragrances, which have surpassed full-year 2011 targets.