The company said that sales rose by 22.0 percent at current exchange rates to €1.3 billion, or 21 percent at constant exchange rates.
The luxury group confirmed its target for annual sales growth at constant exchange rates of 12-14 percent, with operating margin remaining at the level of last year.
It’s share price was stable in morning trading in a Paris market up nearly 1.7 percent.
Hermes, which was seen as a takeover target by luxury conglomerate LVMH that has amassed a 21.4 percent stake, reaffimed its intention to remain independent.
“Hermes will not deviate from its long-term strategy of maintaining control over its know-how and distribution network,” it said in a statement.