Meghan Markle's favourite label, Sentaler, is set to make its debut at London Fashion Week this season.
The Toronto-based brand, founded by designer Bojana Sentaler in 2009, will allow customers to preview its autumn/winter 2018 line by private appointment.
The label first fell under the media spotlight back in 2016 when Meghan's future sister-in-law, the Duchess of Cambridge, donned the brand's signature ribbed jacket during the Royal Tour of Canada.
And the former Suits actress has championed the label on several public outings most notably at her first Christmas church service with the royals at Sandringham.
The 36-year-old graced the headlines in a £986 camel-hued coat by the brand teamed with a Club Monaco velvet dress and a co-ordinating Philip Treacy hat over the festive period.
With a focus on luxury outerwear, the Canadian brand recently branched out in the US market with major department stores such as Neiman Marcus and Saks Fifth Avenue now selling the label's designs.
"We have been seeing an increased demand for Sentaler in the U.K. and look forward to previewing the collection in London this season," Sentaler told Womenswear Daily.
But the soar in interest comes as no surprise, as the rise in the label's profile further proves that the 'Meghan Markle Effect' is well and truly in full swing.
From Harper's Bazaar UK