Accounts filed by the retailer on Companies House revealed that revenue increased 2.3% to £50.2m.
Online sales are estimated to have risen 15.1% year-on-year and by 0.3% month-on-month.
Comparable sales at Victoria’s Secret tumbled 14%, below expectations.
UK online retail sales were up 11% year-on-year in July, down from +18.6% the year before.
A strong performance from its directory business helped offset falling sales at its retail arm.
New retail figures from the Confederation of British Industry exceed expectations for minimal growth.
June sees L Brands Inc. sales plummet 6% to $1.21bn (£934m) following exit of swim categories.
Footfall in June outpaced last year by 0.8% leaving it ahead of the three month average of 0.5%.
Sales at the clothing division, which includes lingerie, fell at a slower rate than in the first quarter.
The lingerie group has announced a new investment strategy in response to falling sales.