Most baffling copy in Oct Vogue

I really enjoyed the October 2011 issue of Vogue, not least for the Abba-themed knitwear photoshoot with Lara Stone, which was as awesome as it sounds. But I found this a bit puzzling:

Valentino green calf-skin trench coat
Why, what a beautiful green calf-skin Valentino trenchcoat, and a snip at just £4,233. But what’s this down in the descriptive text?

Virtually seamless? Am I being thick, or are there actually more than a few visible seams on that coat? Has something been lost in translation here? Perhaps there’s a new definition of ‘seamless’ which only applies to coats that cost more than four grand?