About the Sentaler coat:
The grey wrap-around coat features Sentaler’s signature ribbed sleeves. It is made from a mixture of alpaca and sheep’s wool.
It has two slit pockets at the front and ties closed with a belt. Kate wears the coat in ‘gull grey’.
Sentaler decided to rename the coat after the Duchess wore it during the Canadian tour. It’s now called the “Kate coat”.
Where to buy Kate’s grey wrap coat:
At the time of writing (5th December 2017), you can buy Kate’s coat from:
Both retailers stock the coat in ‘Gull Grey’, as seen on Kate.
The wrap coat comes in a range of stylish colours, including chamois (below), black (below), cashmere blue, rose dust pink, rose quartz pink, teal blue and true blue.
You can purchase the coat in other colours from the following retailers:
Their signature ‘ribbed sleeve’ detail is unique, and stands out in the market. The feminine silhouettes and colors are sure to delight our loyal customers.
If you’re looking for a bargain, head over the Saks website. The wrap coat is currently reduced by $300 in the colour ‘chamois’ (the sandy-coloured version of the coat, pictured above). Click here to shop.
WAS $995 NOW $696.50
The company was founded in 2009 by Serbian-born Bojana Sentaler who grew up in Toronto, Canada. (where the company’s flagship showroom is now based).
Sentaler decided to set up the company after a chance encounter with Karl Lagerfeld while she was travelling the world.
The Canadian company is also favoured by Canada’s Prime Minister’s wife, Sophie Grégoire Trudeau and Meghan Markle, Prince Harry’s fiancée.
The designer loves to use Alpaca wool. It’s the primary fibre used in her designs. If you’d like to read more about Sentaler’s philosophy and its cruelty-free and eco-friendly practices regarding alpaca wool, click here.
Sentaler’s fall/winter 2017 campaign features Tanya Howard, the first soloist of the National Ballet of Canada. It’s stunning, watch below: