The round was “quickly and heavily” oversubscribed, the company said.
The company saw second-quarter comps rise 7 percent.
“There is nothing on the table,” said a Ferragamo spokeswoman on Wednesday after a Mergermarket report that speculated the Italian luxury goods group was in talks with a private equity fund to consider a sale or a delisting.
The fast-fashion retailer aims for 4 percent to 6 percent sales growth in the second half.
Sales climbed 22 percent to 5.67 billion euros, with Yoox Net-a-porter, Watchfinder now in the mix.
L’Oréal is interested in Bon-Ton’s beauty customer database.