The Galeries Lafayette group, which also owns supermarket chain Monoprix, said sales rose 6.5% to 4.96 billion (£3.92bn) in 2007.
The group was boosted by retail expansion and market share gains across womenswear.
Galeries Lafayette’s department store business comprises 62 shops, with a flagship on Boulevard Haussmann in Paris.
The group has 524 stores. Some 34% of its sales come via the Galeries Lafayette chain, 9.5% of sales are generated by the Boulevard Haussmann store and 35% come via Monoprix.
The rest of its sales come from watch business Louis Pion-Royal Quartz and Laser, its card services provider firm.